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CitY STEAM LAUNDflY, 532 Acushnet Avenue, . . NEW BEDFORD, 






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THE RES': 

Manufactured by 

GEO. H. FREEMAN 



THE BEST FOR WRITII^G AND COPYING. 

Manufaetureaby^ »■ HI 11111 - 1? Centre StfeBt, 



N£W BEDFORD. 



BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. 



-DEALEB IN- 



WRAPPING PAPER, BAGS AND TWINE, 

103, 105 & lOT Union Street, and 133 Purchase St., 

t^^'General aubscrlption agent for all American and Foreign Periodicals, delivered to anv nart 
of the city free of charge, or mailed to any part of the world, - 



oSAIHUXSIi H. COOK, 



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Marine, Fire, and Life 

> Insurance Agent & Broier. 2 



Particular attention given to U^IIAi:^IIVO RISKS. 

HVSURANCE SCRIP b>>ught and aold. 




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2 37 North Water Street, NEW BEDFORD. S 
HIRAM VAN CAIHPEItr. 

EIRE, LIFE AM ACCIDENT 

INSURANCE AOEKT. 

Agency established A.d. 1852o Capital Repre- 
sented, over $7SfO0O,0OO. 
HiB companies are among the strongest and best 
in this countiy and England, Business intelli- 
igently and faithfully coudoctfd. Rates as low and 
^ 'terms as favorable as can be obtained elsewhere.. 
;#> /Security a» good as the beat. All I^oases 
'■ ■' promptly adjusted and JPaidi 

% Offlee, No. 17 North Water Street, 

^ 2VEW BKI»FOR». 

WAMSUTTA 

A GREAT SUBSTITUTE FOR SOAP, and NOT EXCELIiElf 

by any in the market. ^ 

I guarantee in its use tliat it will not injure the hands or fabrics. , 
It is Largely Used and RECOMMENDED for the Laundry, ' * 

Kitchen, Hands, and House-cleanine purposes, etc., etc. 
It is an EXCELLENT SALT WATER SOAP. 

" ]Vt I CJ .A. I=t I INT ES-" 

1 The best Scouring and Polishing Compound for Tin, Copper, Brass, Zinc^JPetvter, \ 
I and Iron Wares. Also, for Knives and Forhs, etc, 

I XI'CH/E. •!?'■ S3MCIT3E3C, Manufacturer and Propri 

I Facto ry and Office, cor. Front St. and Central Whf ., 

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School Street, corqer First, 



BROWNELL & CO., laiinfactnrers of PAINTS, "r^^w s"^f?FoRiS". 

doMHe and Ship Pain *, and IVew Bedford Verdigris a Specialty. 



From the Library of 

Anthony S. Catojo, Jr. 

First president of 

A.P.Gf&H.S., Inc. 



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PARKER k SHERMAN, 

TIN PLATE 



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SHEET IRON 

l^ORKEIRS, 

And Sole Agents for 

Rathbone, Sard & Co.'s 

STOVES and RANGES, 

And a general iissortuient of iirst-class 

Stoves and Furnaces. 

ALSO, KITCHEN FURNISHING GOODS. 

' Union, cor. Water Street, 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



AmERICAIM TACK COMPANY, 



SIANUJFACTUJiEJtS OF 



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Regular and Chisel Pointed, Galvanized or Plain, 

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Upholster]/, Gimp, Brush, Lace, and Pail Tacks, Leathered, 

Tinned, and Iron Carpet Tachs, Finishing, Black, and 

Tinned Trunk Mails, Hungarian and Cigar Box 

J^ails, Zinc, Copper, Steel, and Iron Shoe J^ails, 

2d and 3d Fine Kails, Slating and Roofing 

Mails, Roofing Tacks, Brads, Patent Brads, 

Lining and Saddle Mails, Coffin Tacks, 

Tihfting Buttons, etc., etc. 

Orders seixt to Factory will receive proinpt attention. 



FAIRHAVENj MASS. 



jr. A. BEAUVAIS, President. 



C. D. IlimT, Agent. 



Store, 116 Chambers Street, New York. 



ITirOOD, BRIGHTMAN d^ CO., 

3[aniifnctiirers of 

TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, 

PLUMBERS, 

[HOT A 1\R cAlAMBERl^ AND DEALERS IN 

HOT AIR FURNACES, 

stoves, Kang-es, and Gas 

Fixtures, of the latest 

Improved Patterns. 

WROUGHT IRON FURNACES 

Centennial and Winthrop, 

are taking the lead, having improvements 
which put them far ahead of anything 
now in the market. These Furnaces are 
made of the best plate iron, riveted to- 
gether like a steam boiler, which makes 
the escape of gas and dust an impossibili- 
ty, and insures a mild, healthtui atmos- 
phere. They are easil}' managed, and 
very economical in the consumption of 
fuel. All in want of a lieating ajiparatus 
are invited to an exaniinaiion of their 
merits. 

No. 45 No. Water Street, 

NEW BEDFORD. 





barker ai#i*^(^* 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

The Only First-class Hotel in the City. 

SPECIAL RATES FOR COMMERCIAL AND THEATRICAL PEOPLE. 

Also, Proprietor of Sea View House, M Bluffs, Martlia's Vineyard. 

HOLDER M. BROWNELL, Proprietor. 



HOWARD WATCH & CLOCK CO., 



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HOIKTARD IVATCH. 

And we wish to call attention to ourJVet« Patent Steel Harrel, Stem- Winding, 

and Stem- Settinff Movements, whicli are acknowledged to be, in all respects, 

the most desirable Watch either of European or American manufacture. 

For full description send for circular. 

E. HOWARD & CO., Agents. 



EDWARD HOWARD, 

OFFICES I 



ALBERT HOWARD. 

114 TBETttONT STREET, BOSTON. 
NO. a ITIAIBEN I.AIVE, NEW YORK. 



NEW BSDFOHD 

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fllaiinfactiirers of 



Yellow anfl Patent BranzBlBtal Mi, Copp^ 

BRAZIERS' AND DIMENSION COPPER, 



Yellow Metal Bolts, Spikes, and Cut Nails, 

CA^H PAID FOR OliD niETAl^S. 

HENRY F. THOMAS, President. JVM. H. MA.THEWS, Treasurer. 

HENRY EIELD, Jr., Superintendent. 

All orders addresseil to WM. H. MATHEWS, Treasurer, will receive prompt attention. 

Office, cor. Front and Rodman Sts., New Bedford, 
JAMSS B. HAZZARD, 

Carrlie, Sip, anil Ornantal 





BUILT TO ORDER. 

REPAIRING DONE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, 

AND SATISFACTION GVATtANTEED. 

S. F. PERRY & SONS' STABLE, 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



EDBIUND GRINNELL 



PROPRIETOR OF 



NKVir BSDFORD 

ffiON FOUNDRY, 

90 and 93 South Water Street, 

ISTE^V^ BEDFORD, ]Sd[ASS. 




Mii'iiifdrtitrer mid I>ealer in every desei'lption of 

BiililMaiierfCasliis, 

TRY POTS, SHIPS' CABOOSES, 
GENERAL FOUNDRY WORK. 

A Large Pattern and Machine Shop 

Connected xvith the Fotmdvy. 

Estimates g-iven on application for the cost of Wrought and 
Cast Iron Work, for Fronts, Bridges, &c., &c. 



DEALiER IN 

CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, 

nS/^A-TS, IRXJO-S, ETC., 




173 Purchase Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

OH^S. S. PAISLER, 

Dealer in all kinds of 

MASONS' BUILDING MATERIALS. 

FLAGSTONESj 

FERTILIZERS 





Tam, Fielfl, auJ Garfleii' 
WOOD, COAL, HAY, and STRAW, 

Cement Pipe 

AND 

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jDrains, Sewers, 

AND 

AVELLS. 
118 No. Water, cor. High St., New Bedford, Mass. 





p. S. IiEAIHIHG, 

ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, 

Office, No. 62 Pnrcliase Street, 

( OFPOSITJE I,IBEItTY SAZL.) 

Residence, 41 North Street, NEW BEDFORD. 

OFFICE HOUUS.— AtO A.ITI.,1 to 3, and 6 to 9 P.iU. 

STEPHEN P. SAVTYER, 

DEALiER IIV 

STOVES, RANGES, 

Tin and Sheet Iron 

Fu[«isig Goods, 

SIITKIS, 

SHEET LEAD, LEAD PIPE, 

&C., &C. 

134 PURCHASE ST, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Importers and Dealers in 

Newcastle, Dry § Scotch Glass-Cutters' Stones, 

AND STONES FOB, 

Machinists, Farmers, Cutlers, and Carpenters. 

BEST NOVA SCOTIA BLUE GRIT 

G R I :N' r> S T ONES. 

Also Nova IScoiia Freestone, for Building Purposes. 

Cor. of Atlantic Avenue and Lewis Wharf, BOSTON. 

tSF^A large assortment, rough and finished, constantly on hand. Stones cut to order. ,^1S 





GIFFOHD & ALLEN, 

BRASS FOUNDERS, 

COPPERSMITHS AND PLUMBERS, 
Corner North Front Street and Hazard's Wharf, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Have on hand or made to order at short notice, all 
descriptions of Composition and Brass Castings; 
Copper and Lead Ware, for Ship and House use. 




Wholesale Dealers in 

Fresh and Salt Chicago Dressed Beef, 




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83 & 85 Davoi Street, 

i"j^3L.I^ KIVEK, 3vrA.SB. 



Bridge St., Parker Wharf, 

IVEIV BEDFORD, ITIASS. 



C. H. IX.OXjiyjSilX'j Gremex-al .^Vgent. 



MT. WASHINGTON 




-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



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GLASS WARE, 

CRYSTAL CHANDEilERS, 

Plain Opal, and Fine Etched and 

iEOOiJITEi iiiii. 



"We hold the Patent Right for 



ETCHEO G0008 BY THE PRINTING PROCESS 

FOR Tim XJ1VITEI> STA.TE:©. 



Office of the Company, New Bedford, Mass. 

IN NEW YORK, 43 MUKRAY STREET. 



DIRECTORS. 

A. H. SEABURY, EDWARD D. MANDELS, 

WM. J. ROTCH, Hon. WM. W. CRAPO, 

JONA. BOURNE, Jr., WM. PHILLIPS. 

F. S. SHIRLEY, Agent. 
A. H. SEABURY, President and Treasurer. 



Manufactnrers of Fine Decorated Shades, Globes, &c., for Gas & Oil Fixtures. 

Also, Vases, Ctmpddores, tTavdiniers , etc., etc., in numerous styles, nllin 
VitHfied Enamel Colors, and ivarranted imperishable. 




SPECIALTIES— Vases, Shades, Globes, Card Receivers, Berry Dishes, &c., adapted to 
the wants of manufacturers of silver ware (for mounting), and suited to general trade in 
fancy articles; Home Ornaments, Bridal Presents, &c. Samples at Show Room, 

Robeson Bloek, New Bedford, Mass. Office and Works, New Bedford, Mass. 

Samples with AV. H. Lum, 42 Murray street, New York; John A. Dobson & Co., corner 
Charles and German streeets, Baltimore, Md. 

A. E. SMITH. H. A. SMITH. 

PHOTOGRAPHER, 

54 Purchase Street, corner William, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Personal Attention given to 

And all other branches of the business. 





F^IRBROTHER'S 

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INE, 





And Smolient Salve. 

A household necessity, compounded of purely vegetable oils, on scientific 

principles, in accordance with the laws of medical chemistry, containing 

nothing deleterious to the system if swallowed, but, on the contrary, 

an effectual agent of relief, used intel-nally as well as externally. 

A valuable remedial for allaying Inflammation arising from 

whatever cause. No family should be without it. 

^W^This Salve tvill be sent by ex-press or mail on receipt of price. .^^^ 

N. F. FAIRBROrHER, 85 South Second Street, NEW BEDFORD. 

PostOiHce A.cldLi'ess, liox: 31-4. 



COSNOLD MILLS, 

Office and Works, 566 Acushnet Avenue, 

NETV BEDFORD, MASS.j 

Manufacturers of Hoop, Band, Scroll, Rod, Horse Shoe 

and Hame Iron, from Best Selected Jfo. 1 Wrought 

Scrap Iron, and Charcoal Ore Blooms. 

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Of every description on iiaud or made to order. 

ANCHORS OF ALL KINDS, 

For iiiale at niannfacturers' Prices. 

JOSEPH H. CORNELL, Pies, and Treas. JOHN A. BATES, Sec'y. 
HENRY HOWARD, Superintendent. 

MAP OF NEW BEDFORD, 

ItE-VISElD FOE. 187'9- 

FOR SALE BY 

103, 105, and 107 Union, and 123 PurchasD St., NEW BEDFORD. 



iroxj]srr>RY, 

Machine and Pattern Shops, 



MANUFACTUKEKS OF 




FOUNDRY CASTINGS in great variety, 
BUILDING WORK, 
STEAM PIPE, 

MILL WORK, 
PRINTING PRESSES, IRON SINKS, 

PAPER CUTTERS, IRON FENCES, 

NAIL MACHINES, 

SHAFTING and PULLEYS, 

WATER and STEAM MOTORS. 

General §1 Special Machinists § Machinery , 



Only the best quality of 
Iron used. 

Orders will receive prompt 
attention by addressing 




Treasurer, 
FAIRHAVEN, MASS, 



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C:^^ Successor to W. G. SHATTUCK. 

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Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

SPERM, /tf^Afi ftf^SEA ELEPHANT 



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_ BLACK FISH 

ALSO, DEALER IN 

Lard, Tallow^ 

PARAFFINE, COTTON SEED, 

Castor and Spindle 
OILS, 

SOUTH PIERJISH MD, 

NEW BEDrORD. 




Mansion House, 

Ke-opened, yetvli/ Fitted and Furnished Feb, 1st, 1879. 

Cor. Union & Second Sts, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 




, Centrally L-ocated ill 
the Heart of 
Business. 

Elegant BILUARO ROOM 



BARBER SHOP. 



TERMS : Lower than 

any other House in 

the City. 

Special Rates to the Tli atncal Pro- 
fession & Commercial Travelers. 

E. R. RICHARDS, Prop. 




(Formerly GREGORY & ROBINSON.) 

FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

PlPll-IllfflKiit 

Offer th§ Richest Goods Imported and the Choicest and Cheapest 
of American Manufacture , at loivest Cost Frices. 

BOSTON. 



No. 406 Washington Street, 



GHARLiSS P. GRiMMBR, 




FLORIST, 

51 West Street, cor. Tremont, 
BOSTOlSr^ - . 3Nw^A.SS- 

The Largest Selection of FLORAL 

DESIGNS in Boston, on hand 

and made up to order. 

Frotnpt Attention given to Orders by MAIL or 
TEIEGRAPH. 



mOBJ^kN THOMAS 6k GO.^ 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 




Also Dealers in fh-st-clasa 

Parlor and Cook Stoves, 

liaiiges, Furnaces, Grates, 

Kitchen furnishings, &c , &c. 
Marblcjzed Slate Mantels and Bracket Shelves. 

Slate, Metal and Comjiosition Roofers. 

No 205 Purchase St., NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



MORGAN THOMAS k CO., 



'/9m ^ s^ Sim wm. 

And Dealers in all kinds of 
Rooting Slate and other Kooflng Materials, 

Are now prepared to put on Plain and Ornamental 
Slate Roofs for Ih6 same price as ^ood shingles. 
Also, 'I In in)d Composition Jioofinff, at lowest 
|)rices. AH work warranted. • Our twenty years' 
experience, and the numberless contracts executed 
-by us are our guarantee that all work will be 
promptly and thoroughly done. 

Slate Yard Head of €ily Wharf, 
J*. O. Box 11. NE W BEDFORD, MASS. 
Estimates furnished on application and contracts 
taken in any part of the country. 



JA.S. E. BLAKE, 

Druggist and Apothecary, 

64 North Second Street, corner Middle, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Ml, iicioes, Cliemicals, Dye Stuffs, 

Fancy Goods and Toilet Articles, Surgical Instruments, &c. 

Pure Iiiipoi'led and Domestic Wities and Liiqiioi-iii. 

TRUSSES, SUPPORTtRS, AND SHOULOER BRACES. 

His stock at the present time is very full, and comprises all the best makes and styles 
from the most Common American to the very Fiiiei-tt French and American 

CioodH. We can warrant a (it to any one from the smallest infant to the largest adult. 
We have a room fitted up expressely for that branch of our business, and after the many 
years'experience we have had in fitting and adjusting Trusses, Supporters, and Shoulder 
Braces, feel confident we can give satisfaction in the most difficult cases. Should parties 
wish any make or style, not found in our stook, we would furnish what they require at 
the very shortest notice. 

The AlHicted arc Invited to (iiive ns a Call. 




PORTUGUESE G£^g^ 

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/sroRicAL soor^ 



DIRECTORY 



OF THE 



INHABITANTS, INSTITUTIONS, MANUFACTURING 

ESTABLISHMENTS, BUSINESS, SOCIETIES, 

BUSINESS FIRMS, Etc., Etc. 



IN THE 



CITY OF NEW BEDFORD, 



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WITH A MAP ENGRAVED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK. 




aREEisrouan & oo., 

COMPILERS AND PUBLISHERS, 

22 SCHOOL STREET, . . BOSTON. 



NEW BEDFORD AGENT : 

EDWIN DEWS, 103, 105 & 101 Uoion, and 123 Purchase Streets. 



1879. 



IPI^ICE, 



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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1879, by W. A. Greenough, in the 
office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Dealers in all the 




For Fnmiiy Use and Mrannfacturing I^Mi-poses. 

PHILIP S. SHERMAN, Agent, 

Office, Hillman Street, near North Water, . . NiW BEDFORD. 



a 

ALEX. McDonald, Proprietor. 




MARBLE AND GRANITE MOMOf^ENTAL WORKS, 

OPPOSITE MOU.'VT ASJBUIS\ «ATE. 

All kinds of Cemetery Work execyted. Oripial Oesips M\M. 

Also, proprietor of the Glen Quarries (White Granite), at Mason, IV, H. 

BTJIJL.DIjSr& & jyiONUJVIKlN'rAL STOCK SXIFPLIED. 

Post-office Aflilrcss, ITIouitt Aiibnrit, CAIHBRI DGJO;. 



PREFACE. 



The usual time for a new edition of the New Bedford 
Directory has again come, and we present No, 17 of the 
regular series to our patrons, with the confidence of its 
welcome reception by them, as well as by the public gen- 
erally. 

As cities grow in importance and population, the direc- 
tory increases in value, as a book of reference, until large 
cities like Boston and New York could not jDossibly get 
along without their annual publication. A good directo- 
ry is a great benefit to a place, not only to the citizens, 
but to strangers and visitors, who are constantly referring 
to its pages for information of some kind. We also often 
receive orders from distant parts, of the country for our di- 
rectories, which show that their circulation is not neces- 
sarily limited to the cities they represent. 

The canvass this year shows a good increase of names 
over that of last year, as will be seen by the figures given 
below : 

Names in 1879, 9,930 

Names in 1877, 9,360 



Increase over last edition, 570 

We wish especially to call the attention of persons using 
the directory, to the importance of knowing the precise 
spelling of a name, before looking for it, as the same names, 
by being spelled in various ways, will appear on different 
pages, and at quite a distance from each other. 

Our agents have received the usual courteous attention 
from all with whom they have come in contact, while ob- 
taining the information for this number, and with many 
thanks for the same, 

We remain very respectfully, 

GREENOUGH & CO., 
November, 1879. £Jditors and Publishers. 



NEW BEDFOHD ADVERTISEMENTS. 




5 Rioketson Block, New Bedford. 





Forward daily, in cliarg-e of reliable Messengrers, all descrip- 
tions of Ooods and Valuables to Boston, Providence, 
Taunton, Fall River, Nantucket, and through 
connecting Expresses, 

To all Cities and Towns in New England and Canada. 

Also, agents for the sale of Tickets West and Southwest, 

via Boston & Albany and Grand Trunk, New York 

and Erie, and New York Central Railroads. 

OIT'iniCES. 
BOSTOlSr, 222 & 224 Devonshire St. VnoriDTiNCIC, 52 Dorrance St. 

TA.UNTON, 7 Citi/ Square. , EDGAJtTOWN, John. Mayhew. 

OJlK BLUFFS, Circuit Avenue. FALL ItlVER, 17 No. Main St. 




New York, California, South and West. 

Ag-ents for the sale of Tickets for the various Steamship 
Lines to San Fi'ancisco and Europe. 

Bills of Exchange and Sight Drafts on the Principal 
European Cities, in sums to suit. 

5 Ricketson Block, NEW BEDFORD, 
And 304 & 306 Canal St., NEW YORK. 




STic:j:Es.r^ES3r dkj :E»oo:Ei.. 



Manufacturers and Dealers in 



■Which has obtained a ^troi-ld-^vide celebrity for its Superior Strength 
aud Flue Flavor. 

Pepper Sauce, Yeast Powder, Choice Java and other Coffees, Spices, 

Creatn Tartar, Extra Quality Split Peas, Saleratus, etc. 

All of ouv articles are manufactured from Selected Stock, and under strict personal 
observation, and are carefully and ueath packed, ready for any market. We would 
especially call the attention of ivholesale dealers to our stock, before purchasing 
elsewhere. 

19 imd. aO Tnrlia, street. . TSOHT-OTV. 



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NEW BEDFORD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Wholesale and Befall Dealers in every variety of 




o 



And Steam Purposes, 

S COAL FOR SMITHS' USE, 

Also, all kinds of Wood Kindlings and Charcoal, 
NEW BEBFOKIfj MASS. 

PIS' I i^ *^ © « I 5* SoutJi Water Street, 9 North Water Street, 
ir 11^ fei^ ® ( Turd foot of Coffin Street. 



h:a.rt & A.Kiisr, 

HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN, Al^I) OKNAMENTAL 




o ..^fmi^jmmii^sii^.... r^ 




And Dealers in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass and Naval 
Stores, Wholesale and Retail. 

OFFICES : IMAKK" NEW BEDFORD, I 

SAMUEL C. HART, FRANCIS T. AKIN. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Abbreviations 33 

AcvEBTisma Department follows 368 

Banks 284, 360 

Business Directory 283 

Calendar 5 

Cemeteries 29 

Churches 334 

City Government 321 

County Officers 365 

Custom House 364 

Distances from cor. Union and Purchase Streets 29 

District Court. , 367 

Educational 331 

Fire Alarm Telegraph ., 330 

Fire Department 328 

Grand Army of the Republic 345 

Halls, Buildings, etc 30 

Incorporated Companies, etc 355 

Independent Order op Good Samaritans 347 

Insurance Companies 301, 360 

Justices of the Peace . ; 368 

Knights of Honor 344 

Light-House Keepers 364 

Localities of Interest in and about the City , 27 

Map opp. title page 

Masonic 342 

Military Organization 345 

New Bedford Water Works 324 

Notaries Public .' 367 

Odd Fellows 343 

Offices 31 

Police Department 327 

Post Office Department *. 363 

Private Schools 334 

Probate Courts 367 

Public Librajry 331 

Quarantine 29 

Red Men 344 

Savings Banks 314, 360 

Schools 332 

Societies 347 

Steamship Companies 317, 357, 358 

Streets, Courts, and Avenues 17 

Temperance Societies 345 

United States Officers, etc 364 

Ward Boundaries 26 

Wharves and Slips 25 



NEW BEDFORD ADVERTISEMENTS. 




EDFORD, MASS. 



races, Abdominal Supporters 



In Every Variety. PERFECT FIT GUAMANTEED. 

Eesps English, French, and American CHEMICALS, ■ 

SHAKER'S HERBS,^v~=^^ DRESSING COMBS, 



JLeeches, Gold Foil, 

Patent Medicines, 

HAIR, TOOTH ana NAIl BRUSHES, 




Surgical Iiiistruuients, 

French and English Perfumery, 

PANCr SOAPS, &c., &c. 



G-reat care and personal attention (fiven in vutting up Prescriptions, and 
Family Medicine Chests carefully filled' and refitted. 

CONGRESS AND OTHEK MEDICINA.L WATERS. 

PURE WINES, LIQUORS and CIQARS. 



-DEALER IN- 




Instr 



Of all Parts of the IFoI'ld. 

NAUTICAL STATIONERY, 

NAUTICAL BOOKS, &c., War- 
ranted Sextants, QuaOrants, Oc- 
tants, Spy-Glasses, Opera Glasses, 
Barometers, Thermometers, Hy- 
drometers,Microscopes, Microscopic 
Objects, Stereoscopes and Stereo- 
scopic Views, Magnifying Glasses 
ot all descriptions, &c., &c., always 
on hand, and for sale at reasonable 
prices, at the 



49 NORTH WATER STREET, 
NEW BEDFORD, . . . MASS. 

All kiiifls of Nautical Inslrunients carefully ESIS- 
PAIRED and practically adjusted. 




IISTDEX. 



HDEI TO NEW BEDFOEI) ADVEETISEMENTS. 



b 



PAGE 

Acusbnet Coal Co., Fliilip S. Sherman, 

agent op p. preface 

AcushiK't Ooffpe and Spiee Mills 3 

Acushnet Co-Operaiive A-sociation, S. 

Bennett, agent, groceries, etc 28 

Acushnet Iron Co., A. Swift, agent. ... 14 
AOams E. C. & iSon, groceiies and pro- 
visions, ... 20 

Allen Fredpiick, marble works 3 

Almy & Hitch, awnings, etc 4 

Anthony E. & Sons, pub's Standard . . 33 

Anthony, Swift & Co., provisions 

front colored 

Ashley A. Davis, grocers 2 

Asliley & Wilcox, boots and shoes, etc. 2 

Babcock Harleon P., taxidermist 19 

Bailey Lebbeus, practical hatter, 

insert opp. 196 

Barker A. R., oils and candles 9 

Baylies Wm., coin, merchant 29 

Bennett Sylvanus agent Acushnet Co- ♦ 

ojierative Association 28 

Blake Jas. E., apothecary. 

front colored opp. map 

Bliss F. C, provisions 22 

Boardman Thomas, groceries, etc 26 

Bonrue Geo. A. & Son, auctioneers and 

commission merchants 25 

Bowker & Tripp, boot and shoe ma- 
chinery 13 

Braley Jaspar W., grocer 30 

Braywood Madame, ladies' hair work- 
er, front part 32 

Briggs Ch;is., surveyor of lumber 12 

Briggs & Lawrence, furniture 22 

Bristol County Mutual Fire Ins. Co. . . 

inside back cover 
Brightman & Washburn, stairbuilders, 12 
Browiiell, Ashley & Co., fine carriage 

manufacturers ojjp. streets front 16 

Brownell B. F., treas. Central Union 

Associatii in 30 

Brownell C. F. & Co., soda water mnfrs. 

front 32 

Brownell G-eo. L., carriage mufr 

back cover 
Brownell Holder M., prop. Parker 

House. . opp. inside front cover 

Brownell H. J. & Co., paint manufac- 
turers front cover 

Brownell W. H. P., agent iNew Bed- 
ford and N.Yi S. S. Co 37 

Bulloch Andrew & Co., oils 8 

Burt S. P. & Co., bankers and brokers 

front cover 

Caldwell & Drew, roofing, etc 22 

Carter Robert H., apothecary 20 

Caswell Wm. H., painter y5 

Central House, Mrs. C. H.Wood, prop. 37 
Central Union Association, groceries, 

etc 30 

Chapman John H., sailmaker 38 

Church Charles H., apothecary 6 

Church .James I., boots and shoes. .opp. 236 

Churchill Robert G., cooper 4 

Cit zeiiS National Bank 362 

Citj Steam Laundry. top line on front cover 

Cod Thumas A., ship broker 3 

Coi ding Seth, grocer 19 

Coll n Bros., paper box mufrs 12 

Collins Quinton F. & Co., blank book 

manntacturers insert opp. 196 

Cill.ns & Bowie, millwrights 16 

Cook Samuel H., insurance agent 

front cover 



PAGE 

Cook Wm. H. & Co., paper stock 38 

Cornish Ivory S., insurance agent 

back colored page 
Corson T. S., coal, lime, cement, etc. . . 

insert opp. 169 

Crafts & Allen, furniture npairers 28 

Gushing C. F., harness manufacturer. . 26 
Daily Mr rcury, Mercnry Publishing^Co 83 
Davenport, Mason & Co.'s Express . . . 

opp. calendar 
Davis Henry V., superphosphate and 
animal charcoal fertilizer.. insert opp. 168 

Davis & Hatch, coffees and spices 3 

Delano Chas. E. P., soap mnfr. back cover 
Delano Geo. & Co., sperm and whale 

oil 8 

Denison Bros. & Co., props. Eureka 

Fhnir Mills 10 

Dews Edwin, stationer, etc front cover 

Dewson, Williams & Co., New Bedford 

Tannery 41 

Dexter Josiah A., watches and jewelry 

insert opp. 169 
Dexter Thomas D., carriage painter. . . 23 
Dnnliam Frank H., prop. City Steam 

Laundry front cover 

Dunham Wm. L., painter 26 

Dvviglit Wm. B. & Co., grocers 25 

Dyer John E., provisions 25 

EggersS.. guns and sporting apparatus 36 

Eureka Flour Mills 10 

Evans Isaac, carriage trimmer 23 

Evening Standard, E. Anthony & Sons, 

publishers 33 

Fairbrother N. F., Venetian ointment. 

front colored 

Farnham Geo. W., boat builder ' 

front part 32 

First National Bank 862 

Fisher Henry H., baker insert opp. 196 

Freeman Geo. H., ink manufacturer. . 

front cover 

Freeman Marcus L., soap mnfr 12 

Gartield & Proctor, coal, L. M. Kollock, 

agent 1 

Geils Gerett, furniture 28 

Gibbs-L. H., grocer 31 

GifEord A. L., watchmaker and jeweler 

colored insert opij. 168 
Gifford Noah, photographer. . -front colord 

Gilford Oliver E., painter 34 

Giftord & Allen, brass founders, pi umb- 
ers, etc front colored page 

Gosuold Mills, chains, anchors, etc. . . . 

front colored 

Gray Daniel, taxidermist 35 

Greene & Wood, lumber 38 

Grinnell Edward, prop. New Bedford 

Iron Foundry front colored page 

Grinnell Lawrence & Son, insurance 

agents . . back cover 

Haaley Frank R., druggist and chemist 

opp. index to advts. front 8 
Hammond Herbert S. & Co , grocers. . 29 
Hart Thomas M . cotton duck and rope 

dealer 293 

Hart & Akin, painters and coal dealers 

opp. contents 

Haskell Charles M., hats and caps 23 

Hastings & Co., sperm and whale oil.. . 9 

Hatch & Co., express opp. calendar 

Hatliaway B. F.,coal 32 

Hathaway, Souh- & Harrington, boot 

and shoe manufacturers 12 

Hathaway T. H., lumber 13 



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INDEX. 



PAGE 

Hathaway "Wm. A., florist 18 

Hayden & Croiisinan, stovtsand ranges 

front cover 
Hazzard James B., house, sign and orn- 
amental painter front colored 

Herbert John, manager N. B. Tool Co. 15 

Holden C. H. provisions, front colored 

Holmes J osiali, jr., coal 7 

Hovs^ard J icob & Kro., boots and shoes. 36 

Howard VVni. M., florist 4 

Howland John W., ship builder 31 

Humphrey Jas. L. & Co., country 

produce 30 

Jacljsoii James T., clothes cleaner 28 

James Tliomas M., insurance agent... 

bacl£ cover 

Jenkins Benj. S., painter 35 

Jenney Perry P., macliinist 34 

Keraptoa Eben J., painter 35 

King Reuben T., wagon and carriage 

builder 29 

Kirby Geo. Jr., paint manufacturer 32 

Kirk John ist. flour and grain 18 

Knight Chas. W., virinter 17 

Kollock Lemuel M., agent Garfield & 

Proctor, coal '. 1 

Learning P. S., physician front colored 

Lpe & Staples, horse-shoers 38 

Lewis Obed B., provisions 18 

Lilley Wm., physician insert opp. IfiS 

Luce's New Shoe Store insert opp. 169 

Luce Wm. 'l'.,provisi ms 27 

IVlacomber liros., flour, etc. . 1 

Macy Wm. J., 99 Cent Store 4 

Mansion House, E. R. Richards, prop. . 

front colored 

Maxfield Wm., painter 34 

Mc Afep John, horticulturist 32 

Mechanics National Bank 361 

Merchants National Bank 361 

Mercury Publishing Co 33 

Mlllikeii E. C, baker .. 2 

Morrill L. H., locksmith 7 

Morse F. & Co., grocers 19 

Mosher & Brownell, sash, doors and 

blinds 14 

Mt. Washington Glass Co 

front colored page 
Munroe Joseph P. G., granite worker. 7 

National Bank of Commerce 361 

New Bedford Conservatory, Wm. 

Pierce, prop 6 

New Bedford Copper Co . front colored page 

New Bedford Cordage Co ♦ . . 21 

New Bedford Five Cent Savings Bank 362 
New Bedford Institution for Savings. . 360 
New Bedford Iron Foundry, front col. page 
New Bedford Machine Shop, "Wm. Wat- 
tie, manager 14 

New Bedford Improved Concrete and 

Roofing Co 17 

New Bedford Tannery, Dewson, Wil- 
liams & Co., proprietors 41 

New Bedford Tool Co 15 

New Bedford Weekly Mercury 33 

New Bedford and New York .Steam- 
ship Co., W. H. P. Brownell, agent.. 37 

New England Lumber Yard 13 

Ninety-nine Cent Store 4 

Nye S. G., conimissf&n merchant 32 

Nye Wm. F., oils . ..front colored 

Paisler Charles S., masons building 

materials front colored 

Parker H; W., apothecary, .insert opp. 197 
Parker House, Holder M. Brownell, 

proprietor opp. inside front cover 

Parker & Sherman, furnaces and tin- 
ware. . inside front cover 

Parlow George F., photographer 

front part 32 

Peirce George, tuner and rfipairer 16 

Peirce Lavello I., wheelwright 19 



PAGE 

Peirce "Wm., florist 6 

Perkins A. W.,New Bedford Improved 

Concrete and Roofing Co . 17 

Potter Wm. F. & Co., grocers 21 

Raymond Eben. P., pub. Whalemen's 

Shipping List 31 

Reeve NatL., diningrooms 1 

Republican Standard, E. Anthony & 

feons, publishers 33 

Rhodes & Kavenagli, grocers 30 

Richards E. R., prop. Mansion House. 

front colored 

Richards Geo. D., wooden ware 4 

Robbins Augustus, granular fuel 1 

Rose S. M , calf-skin manufacturer 23 

Ryder Linus, boxes.. colored insert opp. 168 

Sawin A. K. P., teamster 25 

Sawyer Stephen P., stoves, furnaces, &c. 

front colored page 

Shaw Franklin, carriage mnfr 23 

Sherman C R., mathematical, optical 

and nautical instruments 

opp. index to advts. front 8 

Sherman Isaac C. & Son, grocers 28 

Sherman James L. & Co., lumber 37 

Sherman W. H., livery stable 5 

Sherman Wm. J., treas. Union Boot 

& Shoe Co 36 

Shurtleff' I. H ,, apothecary 24 

Smith Bros., decorated gas shades, 

globes, etc front colo^d 

Smith Wm. T., washing powder mnfr . 

front cover 
Sowle Frederick A., wooden ware, etc. 

insert opp. 237 

Spencer C. L., oculist and aurist 23 

Stanton A. G. & Cj., groceries and pro- 
visions 24 

Sturtevant & Sherman, carpenters and 

builders 37 

Sullings, Kingman & Co., hardware and 

stoves .■ 15 

Swift A., agent Acushnet Iron Co 14 

S*ift & Allen, commission merchants. 7 

Taylor J. P., apothecary 24 

Thayer & Judd Paraffine Co., p'araffine 

wax and candles 6 

Thomas Morgan & Co., slate roofers 

and tin and sheet iron ware 

front colored opp. map 
Tillinghast & Alden, insurance agents. 

opp. inside back cover 

Tripp F. G., carpeting'* front colored 

Tuell Chas. A., Manhattan crystal 

polish back cover 

Union Bakery, H. H. Fisher, prop 

insert opp. 196 
Union Boot and Shoe Co., Wm. J. 

Sherman, treas 36 

Van Campen H , insurance agent 

front cover 
Vaughan Weston C, jr., undertaker. . . 16 

Vincent Ambrose, hardware 20 

Watson David & Co., fish dealers 1 

Wattie Wm., manager N. B. Machine 

Shop 14 

Weeks Reuben & Son, calkers. 21 

Whalemen's Shipping List, Eben. P. 

Raymond, prop 31 

Whiting E. B. & Co., dry goods, etc. . . 

insert opp. 270, 271 
WilborA. G., conamission merchant.. 29 

Wdson I:?. G., undertaker 36 

Wilson & Co., flour 11 

Wing's Dining Rooms 12 

"Wood, Brightnian & Co., plumbers, 

gas titters, stoves, furtiaees, etc 

opp. inside front cover 

Wood Chas. H., provisions 37 

"Wood C. H., prop. Central House 37 

WoodJohn A. & Co., com. merchants. 38 
Wright John S., Japanese goods. ..... 3 



INDEX. 



11 



INDEX TO 



lOSTON, FAIRHAYEN, AND f ORCSBTER AD7ERTI3E1ENB. 



PAGE 

American Tack Co., Fairhaven 

inaide front cover 
Bakers & Humphrey, ship chandlers. 

front part, 12 
Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., "Wm. J. Bride, 

treiis on map 

Boynton N. & Co., ship chandlers. . . 

front part, 12 

Brett's Eureka Salve 43 

Bride Wm. J., treas. Boston Lead Mnfg. 

Co on map 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 

Cambridgeport front colored 

Citizens Mutual Ins. f;o back colored 

Crawford House, Stumcke & Goodwin, 

proprietors. . .' 44 

Crosby & Gregory, solicitors of paten s 

back cover 

Davis Francis G., duck front part, 12 

Denuison & Co., shipping tags 

back title or book and page 39 
Dewson, Williams & Co., tanners and 

curriers 41 

Dorchester Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 

of Boston back colored 

Dwelling House Insurance Co., of Bos- 
ton back colored 

Eureka Vf ntilation Compaiy. . .back cover 

Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven 

front colored 
Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Co. . 

opposite 320 

Greenough & Co., publishers 282 

Grimmer Charles P., florist. ..front colored 

Hatch & Co., express opp. calendar 

Howard VVatch & Clock Co., watches, 

clocks, etc front colored 

India Mutual Insurance Co. ..back colored 
Kelley Samuel, Eureka Ventilation Co. 

back cover 



PAGE 

Lombard & Co., grindstones, .front colored 
Lord H. & G. W., fish nets and seines. . 41 
Manufacturers Fire and Marine Insur- 
ance Co back colored 

Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Co. . . . 

back colored 

Mayer Julius & Co., lithographers 41 

McDonald Alexander, granite dealer. . 

opp. preface 

Morss Anthony S., ship hardware 17 

National Tube Works Co., iron boiler 

tubf s 40 

Neptune Fire and Marine Insurance 

Co back colored 

New England Mutual Insurance Co. . . . 

back colored 

North Chas. H. & Co., provisions 

opp. streets 
Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of 

Qnincy back colored 

Revere Fire Insurance Co back colored 

Robinson J. H. & Co., paper-hangings. 

front colored 
Sawyer H. M., oiled clothing mnfr., 

E. Cambridge front 12 

Slade D. & L., mustard, spices, etc 

opp. streets 

Spencer A. H., solicitor of patents 42 

Stickney & Poor, spices over calendar 

Stone Henry N., pumps and ship fittings 42 

Story & Wilbur, roofing slate. 41 

Stumcke & Goodwin, props. Crawford 

House . . 44 

Taunton Iron Works Co., stoves, etc.. . 44 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., wire 

manufacturers back colored 

Whitcomb A. G., school furniture 

front colored 

Wilkinson A. J. & Co. , hardware 42 

Woodward & Brown, pianos 40 



12 



BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



N". BOYlN'TOISr & CO., 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

anufacturers of Cotton Duck, 

AND DEALERS IN 

RUSSIA BOLTROPE, MANILLA CORDAGE, 

And the various kinds of Light Cotton Duck for Clothing purposes. 

87 and 89 Commercial Street, Boston. 

A.gts. for the sale of Jtussell Mills and Druid Mills Cotton DucJ^. 
E. BoYNTON. . ' A. F. Heevet. T. W. Bennett. 



Bi 



^GEDVT r'OK, 



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ins, 

Ravens, Sail Twine, Mining Duck, Bunting and Flags, 

o. 67 Commercial Street, 



Agents for 



-DEALERS IN- 



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Second-hand A.nchors and Chains a Specialty. 

No. 99 Commercial Street, . B0ST0:N^. 

JUDAH Baker. Jambs Baker. • Willard Humphrey. 

ESTj^I3I^IiSH:EI> 1840. 



(Successor to Pettingell & Sawyer), Manufacturer of 

Ci{pE ^flfl Oil ED Ciofififlq^ 

Cape Ann and. Miners Hats. 

SC>XT'-W:EISTE3ItS ^^^^. .<««^^%!^ Office *" ]VEW VORK, 

~ Of all descriptions. /^I^m/^^^m 183 South Street. 

Horse & Wagon Covers, P/^LJ^ {||sSS?l#« OFFICE IW BOSTOIV, 

REAR OF SECOND, E. CAMBRIDGE. ^^^ ^^W ^''- ^^^ ^'^^ ^"'''^'' 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



13 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY of PATRONS in BOSTON, WORGSSTER and PAIRHAYEN. 



AnciiovH aiial Chains. 

Bakers & Humiihrey, 9l) Comniercial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. front part, p. 12) 

Bale Ties. 

"Washburn & Moeu Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colorecl page) 

Barb Feiiciaig. 

Washburn & Moen Miifg. Co.. Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
BSlacliHtiiilBis. 
Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C. 

Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd page) 
Stone Henry N., 132 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 42) 

JBraNst Fouiitler. 
Stone Henry X., 132 Comuiercial, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 42) 
Bi-as!$ auii Cralvaiiized Ship Trini- 

itiiiii|u;«. 
Morss Anthony S., 210 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 17) 

Brazierw' Rods. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Brooiu ^Tire. 

Wa.shburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see arlvt. back colored page) 
BuiJdiiig; Coliinius. 

Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C. 

Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd page) 

Car<« ^Vire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Ceisteut (Elastic). 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Bo.-ton 

(see adv. dept., p. 41) 

Clocks. 
Howard Watch and Clock Co., 114 Tre- 
mont, Boston (see advt. front col'd page) 

Clothes liine %Vire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., VVorcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Coffee and Spice iTIiils. 
Stickney & Foor, 19 India, Boston (see 
advt. over calendar) 

Coiiimissioa JMerchaniH. 

Boynton N. & Co., 87 and 89 Coiuinercial, 

Boston (see advt. front part, p. 12) 

Coopers' Tools. 

Morss Anthony S., 2in Commercial, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 17) 

Cordaae. 
Boynton N. & Co., 87 and 89 Commercial, 
Boston (see adv. dept., trout part, p. 12) 
Corset ^Vire. 
Washburn & Moen :Vlufg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Criuoliue Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advi. back colored page) 
Curriers. 
Dewson. Williams & Co., 43 to 47 South, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 41) 
Diuiiig IKoonts. 
Stumcke & Goodwin, 9, 11 and 13 Brattle, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 44) 
Duck. 
Davis Francis G., agent, G7 Commercial, 
Boston (see advt. front part, p. 12) 
Gd^e-Tools. 
Morss Anthony S., 210 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 17) 



Engravers. 

Forbes Lithograph Manufactui-ing Co., 
181 Devonshire, Boston,(see advt. 6pp. p. 
320) 

Mayer Julius & Co., 4 State, corner Wash- 
ington, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 41) 

Experts iu Patent Cases. 

Crosby & Gregory, 34 School, Boston (see 

advt. on back cover) 
Spencer A. H.,28 State, room 47, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 42) 

Express. 
Hatch & Co. , 222 and 224 Devonshire, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. calendar) 

Eellings, Rotin-sized, ^ry and 
Tarre«l. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 41) 

Fence Vl''ire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Fertslazers. 
North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 
M ai ket, stores Nos. 33 and 34 No. Market, 
Boston (see advt. opp. streets) 

Fishing IVels and Seines. 

Lord H & G. W., Ill Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 41) 

Flags. 

Davis Francis G., 67 Commercial, Boston. 
(see advt. front part, p. 12) 

Flori«tt. 

Grimmer Charley B., 51 West, cor. Tre- 

mont, Boston (see advt. front col'd ] 

Foundry. 

Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C 

Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd page) * 

Furnaces, Ranges and 8toves. 

Taunton Iron Works Co., 87 Blackstone, 

Boston (see adv. dept., p. 44) 

Furniture Spring Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Freestone. 
Lombard & Co., Atlantic av., cor. Lewis' 
wharf, Boston (see advt front col'd page) 
Oalrauized Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co.. Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Cvrindstones. 
Lombard & Co., Lewis' wharf, cor. Atlan- 
tic av., Boston (see advt. front col'dpage) 

ISard^vare and Cutlery. 

Morse Anthony S., 210 Commercial,Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 17) 
Wilkinson A. J. & Co., 184 and 188 Wash- 
ington, Boston (sse adv. depc, p. 42) 
Hay Bale Ties. 
Washburn & Moen Mntg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Hogjs, liive and ]>re.«sed. 
North Cljarles U. & Co., 27and 29 F. H. 
Market, store Nos. 33 and 34 No. Market, 
Boston (see advt. opp. streets) 

Horse and W^agon Covers. 
Sawyer H. M., Thorndilie, E. Cambridge 
(see advt. front 12) 

Hotel. 
Crawford House, Stumcke & Goodwin, 
proprietors, Court, c r. Brattle, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 44) 



14 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Insurance Conipaiiies. 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 555 
Main, (Jambridgeport (see advt. front 
colored page) 
Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., 42 Congress, 

Boston (see advt. back colored page) 
Dorchestpr Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 27 
State, Boston (see advt. back col'd page) 
Dwelling House Insurance Co., 29 State, 

Boston (see advt. back colored page) 
India Mutual Insurance Co.. 49 State, Bos- 
ton (see a'ivt. back colnred page) 
Manufacturers Fire and Marine Insurance 
Co., 59 State, Boston (see advt. back 
colored page) 
Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Co., 28 
State, Boston (see adv. back cul'd page) 
Neptune Fire and Marine Insurance Co., 
64 State, Boston (see advt. back colored 
page) 
New England Mutual Insurance Co., 62 
State, Boston (see advt. back col'd page) 
Quincy Mutual Fire In-urance Co., 29 
State, Boston (see advt. back col'd page) 
Revere Fi'e Insurance Co., 48 Congress, 
Boston (see advt. back colored page) 
Troii ISoilef 'Fnbei«. 
National Tube Works Co., 8 Pemberton 
sq., Boston (see adv. dept., p. 40) 
Si'on ISiiildei's. 
Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C. 
Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd jjage) 
Iron Fence Mak<-rs. 
Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, .Job C. 
Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd page) 
Broil Foumderx. 
Fairhaven Iron Works, Job C. Tripp, 
treas., Fairhaven (see advt. front col'd 
page) 

Iron .^inks. 
Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C. 
Tripp, treas. (see advt, front col'd page) 
Iron Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. liack colored page) 
Iron ~%Vorks. 
Fairhaven Iron Works, Job C. Tripp, 
treas., Fairhaven (see advt. front colored 
page) 

Iron anil Steel Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Je^velers' and I9rugsii!<ts' Koxes. 
Dennison & Co., 19 Milk.^Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 39, and under back title) 
liardOil. 
Nor.th Chas. H. & C •., 27 and' 29 F. H. 
Market, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see advt. opp. streets) 
Liead Pipe and ^lie<>t ILiead. 
Boston Load Manufacturing Co., Wni. J. 
Bride, treas , 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston 
(see advt. on map) 

liead Wire and Iiead Windovr 
Weights- 
Boston Lead Manufacturing Co., Wm. J. 
Bride, treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston 
(see advt. on map) 

Iieather Mnfrs. and ISealers- 
Dewson, Williams & Co., 43 to 47 South, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 41) 
IiitJiograpliers. 
Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Co., 
181 Devonshire, Boston (see advt. opp. 
820) 
Ma.ver Julius & Co. ,4 State, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 41; 

ITIacbiuery Wire. 
Washburn &-Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 



Machinists. 

Fairhaven Iron Works, Job C. Tripp, 
. trea'., Fairhaven (see advt. front colored 

page) 

Mnchiuista' and inLanufactnrers' 
Supplies. 

Wilkinson A.J. & Co., 184 to 188 Wash- 
ington, and 23 and 25 Devonshire, B ston 
(see adv. dept., p. 42) 

ITIautelfii. 

Stoue Henry N., 132 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 42) 
ITIanufaciuriiig Companies. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester. 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
lUarket Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. : ack colored page) 
Merchandise Tags and Liabels. 
Dennison & Co., 19 Milk, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 3i and under back title) 
Motors. 
Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C. 
Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd page) 
Music Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Mustard Manufactufers. 
Slade D. & L., I-> India, Boston (see advt. 

opp, streets) 
Stickney & Poor, 19 and 20 India, Boston 
(see advt, over calendar) 

IVail ITlachines. 

Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C. 

Tripp, treas. (see advc. front col'd page) 

IVails (Copper and Iron aSoai) . 

American Tack Co., Fairhaven, Mass. (see 

advt. inside front cover) 

Needle Wire. 

Washburn & Mooa Mafg. Co.. Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Oiled Clothing. 

Sawyer H. M., Thorndike, B, Cambridge 

(see advt. front 12) 

Paper Boxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 19 Milk, Boston (see 

adv. dept., p. 89, and under back title) 

Paper Cutters. 

Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C. 

Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd page) 

Paper Hangings. 

Robinson J. H. & Co., 406 Washington, 

Boston (see advt. front colored page) 
Patent (Solicitors and Counselors 

in Patent Causes). 
Crosby & Gregory, o4 School, Boston (see 

advt. on back cover) 
Spencer A. U., 23 State, room 47, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 42) 
Patents (ISxpert Testimony). 
Crosby & Gregory, 34 School, Boston (see 

advt. on back cover) 
Spencer A. H., 28 State, room 47, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 42) 

Pattern Makers. 

Fairhaven Iron Works, Fairhaven, Job C. 

Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd page) 

Photo liithography. 

Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Co., 181 

Devonshire, Boston (see advt. opp. 320) 
Mayer Julius & Co., 4 State, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 41) 

Pianos. 
Woodward & Brown, 692 Washington, 

Bost)ii (see alvt. opp. p. 40) 
Polishing Povrder (Silver White). 
Dennison iVlnfg. Co., 19 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 39, and under back title) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATR0:N"S. 



15 



K*ork, T.iai-<1 anil HaiuH. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 29 und29F. H. 
Market, store Nos. 33 and 34 Nortli Mar- 
ket, Boston (see advt. opp. streets) 

Friutiitg Pi'fsses. 

Fairhaven Iron WorU;*, Fairhaven, Job C. 
Tripp, treas. (see advt. front col'd page) 

Provi»iou!4< Wholesale. 

North Clias. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 
Market, store Nos. 3> and 3i North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see advt. opii. streets) 

E*uI>liNh«-i'!i. 

Greenough & Co., '^2 School, Boston (see 
advt. p. 2.'^2) 

E*iiinp.« (Copper and Iron). 

Boston Lead Mnt'ir. Co., "VVin. J. Bride, 
treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 
Od map) 

PiinipH rand Ship 'Fittings. 

Stone Henry IN., 132 Coainieroial, Boston 
(see adv. dept.,p. 42) 

Kivet Wire. 

Washburn & iMoeu Miifg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (ste advt. back colortd page) 

ISoISiug MiliM. 

Washburn & Moeu Aiutg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored pagei 

ESooliug .*§late. 

Story & Wilbur, Oiy ^Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 41) 

ISouud Iron. 

Washburn & Moen Jlnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

i^aive ITIanufactigrcr. 

Bretts' Eureka Salve, 2 sjoliool, room 7, 
and 247 Washington, Bjston (see adv. 
dept., p. i'i) 

School iPumiture. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fulton, Boston (see 
advt. front colored page) 

Settees. 

Whitcomb A. G., 73 Fuitoa, Boston (see 
advt. frcnc colored page) 

^SSiip Chandlers. 

Bakers & Humphrey, 99 tjoiiimei-cial, Bos- 
ton (see advt. front part, p. 12) 

Ship Ping8 and Buug^. 

Morss AutUouy S., 2lu Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept , p. 17) 

Ship Spikes, Iron and t^aivauized. 

Morss Anthony S., ilU Commercial, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 17) 
Ship and Boat I'riniuiings (Brass 
and Oalvauiize^l). 

Morss Anthony S., 21(1 Commerci^il, Boston 

(tee adv. dept., p. 17) 
Shipping and lYlerchandise Tags. 

Deiuii^ou Mnfg. Co., 19 illlk, Bontou (see 
adv. dept., p. 39 and under Dack title) 

Slate Sealers. 

Story & Willjur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p 41) 
Slati^ DresMiug and Pnnching 
ITlachiues. 

Story & Wilbur, 629 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 41) 

Siating Tools and Nails. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 

(see adv. dept., p. 41) 

Solder. 
Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., William J. Bride, 

treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 

on map) 



Solicitors of Patents. 

Crosby & Gregory, .34 School, Boston (see 

advt. on back cover) 
Spencer A. H., 28 State, room 47 Boston 

Csee adv. dept., p. 42) 

Spice ITlills. 

Stiekney & Poor, 19 and 20 India, Boston 
(see advt. over calendar) 

Spices. 

Stiekney & Poor, 19 and 20 India, Boston 
(see advt. over calendar) 

Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Stationers' Specialties. 

Dennison & Co , 19 Mi k, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 39 and under back title) 
Steam aud Cias Pipe ITInfrs. 
National Tube Works Co., 8 Pemberton sq., 
Boston (see ailv. dept., p. 40) 

Steel ESarb Fencing. 
Washburn & Moeu Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Siieel »riU Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mufg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Steel Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Stone Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Masri. (see advt. back colored page) 
Stoves. Furnaces and Ranges. 
Taunton Iron Works Co., 87 Blackstoae, 
Boston (see advt. dept., p. 44) 
Tack Mnfrs. 
American Tack Co., Fairhaven, Mass. (see 
advt. inside front cover) 
Tags, 
Dennison & Co., 19 Millc, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 39 and under back title) 
Telegraph Wire. 
Washburn & Moeu Mufg. Co., Worcester, 
Mats, (see advt. back colored page) 
Telephone Wire. 
Washburn & Moeu Mufg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see aovt. back colored page) 
Tin, Ksnc. .'bolder, Ftc. 
Story & Wilbur, 5-:9 Commercial, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 41) 

Tinned Wire. 
Washburn & Moeu Mnfg. Co., Worceste-, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
TiwsHC Paper. 
Dennison Mnfg. (Jo , 19 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 39 aud under back title) 
Tools. 
Wilkinson A. J. & Co., 184 and 188 Wash- 
Ingtun and 23 aud 25 Devonshire, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 42) 

Ventilators. 
Eureka Ventilation Cu., 74 Charlestovrn, 
Boston (see advt. ou back cover) 
Watch Jllanufactarers. 
Howard Watch and Clock Co., 114 Tre- 
mout, Boston (see adv:. front col'd page) 
Weaving Wire. 
AVashburn & Moeu Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Vf'^hite licad antl Zinc. 
Boston Lead Mutg. Co., William J. Bride, 
creas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 
on map) 

Veast Pow«lcr. 
Slade D. & L , 13 India, Boston (see ad\t. 
opp. streets) 



16 



NEW BEDFORD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ENGLISH MUSTARD, 

Absolutely PURE, and of KICH FLAVOR. 

A pure Mustard not only helps digestion, but cures dyspepsia. It is the Standard Mus- 
tard, and sold In tin cans by every grocer in New England. 

CONGRESS YEAST POWDEH, 

(also Slade's Eiig'ish Mustard), received the award at the late Mechanics Fair, Boston. It 
Is Pure and Healthy, and is the largest selling Baking Powder in the world. 

Manufactured by D. & L. SLADE, 

13 INDIA STREET, . BOSTON, MASS. 



OHA.RLES EC. NORTEI & CO., 

Packers, Carers and Wholesale Dealers in 

Pork, Beef, Lard, Hams, D. S. Bacon, 

LIVE AND DRESSED HOGS, PIGS' FEET, 

Tripe, Sausages, Sausape Shins, tfcc. Also Maniifar.tiirers of Glue, Extra 
Lard Oil, and A.n.inial Pertlliser . 

Stalls Nos. 27 k 23 Faneuil Hall Market, Slore lios. 33 4 34 N. Market Street, 

BOSTON. 



Ch\ri.es H. North, 
S. Henry Skilton, 
IjCjman E. Conant. 

Slaughtering, Packing and Curing Establishment, Medford Street, SOMERVILLE. 




Particular attention paid to JtEPAIRING and Varnishing. 

Nos. 18, 18, 20, and 22 Fourth Street, ... NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



NEW BEDFOED DIKECTORY. 17 



SIEEETS, COUETS AND ATENDES. 



The streets of New Bedford, with a very few excep- 
tions, are laid out north and south, and east and west. 
Those running north and south are numbered commencing 
at Union street, and increasing each way, with the even 
numbers on the east, and the odd numbers on the west 
side. Those running east and west are numbered com- 
mencing at the river, and increasing westerly, with the 
even numbers on the south, and the odd numbers on the 
north side. 

The letters enclosed by parenthesis, which follow the 
name of any street, signify the general bearing of such 
street from the City Hall. Thus, School street (S.), is 
south from the City Hall. 

Acushnet avenue (N.), from Blackmore to Freetown line 

Adams (N. W.), from County to Mt. Pleasant 

Allen (S. W.), from 63 County, west to Dartmouth line. 

Numbers commence at County 
Allen's Mill road (N. W.), leading from Perry's corner to 

Allen's mill, in Dartmouth 
Anthony ( S. W.), south from Grove to 86 Bedford, second 

west of County [coin 

Arch (S. W.), from 57 Arnold to 228 Union, Avest of Lin- 
Ark lane (E.), from North Second, east to Acushnet inver 
Arnold (S. W.), from 133 County (Wm. J. Retch's es- 
tate), west to Dartmouth line. Numbers commence 

at County 
Ash (N. W.), from Bedford, north to Kempton 
Ashland (N. W.), from Robeson to Durfee 
Ashley (N. W.), west from County, opposite Austin, to 

east side of Ashland 
Ashley lane (S.), from French avenue west to Middle 

road, Clark's point 
Atlantic (N, VV.), from opposite 99 Arnold, south toward 

Hawthorn 
Austin (N.), from 643 Purchase, west to 308 County 
Austin court (N.), from opposite 17 Austin to Hazard. 

Numbers commence at Austin 
Babbitt (S. W.), west, beyond Weaver 
Beach (W.), from Kempton northerly 
2 



18 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

Bedford (S.), from 185 Acushnet avenue, west across 

County to Ash. Numbers commence at Acushnet av. 
Belleville road (N, E.), from Acushnet avenue (east), next 

north of Nash road to Acushnet river, thence north 

to the stone bridge at Acushnet village 
Bethel (E.), continuation of First, from Union to William 
Blackmore (S.), from south end of County to South Front 
Bonney (S. W.), from 28 Allen south across Washington 

and Rockland to Jas. D. Thompson's farm, next east 

of South Orchard 
Borden (S. W.), from 84 Allen north to 98 Bedford 
Bowditch (N.), from Cedar Grove north to Sawyer 
Braleyville road (N.), from Acushnet avenue to Braley's 

station 
Bullock's avenue (N. W.), south from Durfee 
Burgess lane, changed to West Maxfield 
Bush (S.), from Q9}4 South Water west to 9 Orchard 
Butler (S.)? from French avenue west to Middle road 

(Clark's point) 
Campbell (N.), from 577 Acushnet av. west to County 
Cannon (S. E.), from So. Water west to 82 Acushnet av. 
Cedar (W.), fifth west of County, and extends from Court 

to Durtee 
Cedar Gi'ove (N.), from Rock to County and beyond 
Centre (E.), from opposite 33 North Water east to Cen- 
tral wharf 
Chancery (W.), from Court north, seventh west of County 
Chauncey fS. W.), formerly Emerson, from 82 Arnold 

north to Court and South to Hawthorn 
Cherry (S. W.), from 47 South Sixth west to County 
Chestnut (N. W.), second west of County, and extends 

from 133 Kempton to 42 Parker 
Clark (N.), from 787 Purchase westerly 
Clark's point road, changed to French avenue 
Clay (S. W.), from 21 Grape northerly to Hickory 
Clinton (S. W.), west from 119 County to Chauncey 
Coffin (S. E.), from Eddy's wharf west to 84 So. Second 
Coggeshall (N.), from 947 Acushnet avenue, west to Mt; 

Pleasant, east to Acushnet river 
Commercial (S. E.), from Front westerly to opposite 16 

South Water 
Cook (W.), from 213 Kempton north between Chancery 

and Liberty 
County (W.), from Clark's cove northerly across Union, 

over Acushnet heights to Linden. The numbers 

commence at the south end 
County avenue (N. W.), from 236 County east, opp. Smith 
Court (W.), from County west, passing the court-house, 
jail, etc., on the north. Numbers commencing at 

County 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 19 

Cove (S.) from the southerly extremity of County, next 

Chirk's Cove, easterly to French avenue. The 

numbers commence at County 
Crapo (S. W.),from 170 Grinnell, across Rockland 
Crapo lane (S.), from Dartmouth east at Dartmouth line 
Cross (S. E,), from Pine south to Leonard 
Cypress (N. W.), from 151 Kerapton to 66 Smith 
Cypress avenue (N. W.), from 29 Cypress 
Dartmouth (S. W.), from 30 Allen south-westerly past 

the Rural cemetery to Dartmouth line. Numbers 

commence at Allen 
Davis (N,), from Acushnet avenue east' 
Delano (S. W,), from south end South Front, across 

South Water west to south end of County 
Division (S.), from south end of County to 329 South 

Water, next south of Delano 
Dover (E.), from Acushnet avenue to North Second 
Dunbar lane (S. W.), from Dartmouth easterly, 2d from 

Dartmouth line 
Durfee (N. W.), west from Ashland, across new County 

road, projected to Rockdale avenue 
Edwards court, rear 98 North Second 
Eighth (W), from 89 Spring north to 105 Elm 
Elm (N.), from North Water west across County to Ash 
Emerson (S. W.), changed to Chauncey 
Fair (S. W.), from 60 Dartmouth, opposite school-house, 

easterly to 13 County 
Fifth (S.), from 150 Union south to Grinnell 
First (S. E.), from 66 Union south to opposite 16 Coflin 
Forest (S. W.), west from 49 County to opposite lOBon- 

ney, next south of Allen 
Foster (N.), from 125 Middle north to Maxfield. Num- 
bers commence at Middle 
Fourth (S.), from 138 Union south to Rivet 
Franklin (N.), from 521 Purchase west to 270 County. 

Numbers commence at Purchase 
French avenue (S.), from Cove, at Orphans Home, to 

Clark's point 
Fruit (S. W.), from Dartmouth south, opposite Rural 

cemetery 
Fulton court (N. E.), from 9 Logan north 
Gammons lane (N. W.), east from Ashland to Linden ct. 
GiflPord's lane (S.), from 332 South Water 
Grand (N, W.), from new County road westerly 
Grape (S. W.), from 26 Oak west to Rural cemetery 
Greene (S. W.), from 66 Bedford to 17 Allen, between 

County and Orchard 
Griffin (S. E.) from 170 Acushnet avenue easterly across 

South Water to Topham's lumberyard 



20 NEW BEDFORD DIEECTORY. 

Grinnell (S.), from the Acushnet river west across County 

to 30 Dartmouth 
Grove (S. W.), from Orchard westerly between Bedford 

and Hawthorn 
Hall's court (E,), between North Second and Purchase, 

opens on William 
Hamilton (E.), from 44 North Water east to Rotch's 

wharf on the south side of Merchants National Bank 
Hampton court (N. E.), from 7 Logan north 
Harrison (S. W.), from opposite 2 Hickory southerly to 

11 Oak, next west of Dartmouth 
Hathaway road (N. W.), west from Mt. Pleasant to 

Smith's mills 
Hawthorn (S. W.), from opposite 104 County west to 

Alexander H. Seabury's farm. Numbers commence 

at County 
Hazard court, from Austin to Hazard, first east of County. 

Numbers commence at Austin 
Hazard (N.), from 597 Purchase to 286 County, next 

north of Merrimac 
Hickory (S. W.), from G3 Dartmouth west to Allen, oppo- 
site Ward 
High (N. E.), from North Water west to County 
Highland (N. W.), from Mt. Vernon to Mt. Pleasant 
Hill (N.), from 75 Kempton to 60 Hillman 
Hillraan (N.), from North Water near N. B. Flour mill, 

west across County to Cedar 
Howland (S. E.), from 116 South Third east across South 

Water to Prospect. Numbers commence at South 

Third 
Hunter (N.), from Kempton to Hillman 
Irving court (S. W.), from 23 Hawthorn north, between 

Orchard and South Cottage 
Jaraes (S. W.), from Court to 117 Arnold 
Jenney (W.), south from Kempton to Court 
Jenny Lind (W.), from Kempton north, first west of 

Rockdale avenue 
Jones lane (N. W.), from Rockdale avenue westei"ly 
Kempton (N.), from north Second west across County, 

running into the Smith's mills road 
Leonard (S. E.), from opposite 123 South Water east to 

Cross and nearly in line with Bedford 
Lewis (S. W.), from 8 Grape south to Rural cemetery 
Liberty (W.), south from Kempton, west of Park 
Lincoln (W.), from 226 Union to opposite 44 Arnold, 

first west of South Cottage 
Linden (N.), from 683 Purchase westerly past the school- 
house to Ashland. Numbers commence at Purchase 
Lindsey (N. W.), south from 260 Kempton west of Lib- 
erty 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 21 

Locust (N. W.), from 273 County to Cedar 

Logan (N. E.), from 726 Purchase east, next north of 

Linden to North Front 
MajDle (W.), from 25 South Cottage to Ash, between 

CUnton and Ha\vthorn 
Market (S.), from Pleasant west to North Sixth, on the 

soutli side of City Hall. Numbers commence at 

Pleasant 
Maxiield (N.), from Acushnet river west, crossing Pur- 
chase and County to Cedar 
Mechanics lane (N.), from Purchnse west to 32 Eighth 
Merrimao (N.), first north of Franklin, from Acushnet 

river across North Third, also across Purchase at 562 

to 280 County 
Middle (N.), from the Acushnet river near the entrance 

to the bridge, west to Ash 
Middle road (S.), from French avenue to Edward W. 

Howland's farm, Clark's point 
Mill (N.), from Acushnet avenue west, crossing County 

to Cedar, and from Beach to Rockdale avenue 
Morgan (W.), from 149 County west to Ash 
Morgan lane (S. E.), from 108 South Second east to 115 

South Water. The numbers commence at South 

Water 
Mount Pleasant (N. W.), from Durfee north to North rd. 
Mount Pleasant lane (N. W.), from Mt. Pleasant to Vine 
Mount Vernon (N. W.), from Mount Pleasant westerly 

to Highland 
Nash road (N.), from Acushnet avenue at the Nash farm 

west to Mount Pleasant 
North (N.), from the Acushnet river west across County, 

open from the river to Cedar 
North road (N. W.), called also Hathaway, from Smith's 

mills in Dartmouth, past Rockdale to Mt. Pleasant 
North Bonney (S. W.), from 27 Allen north 
North Chancery (N. W.), from Smith northerly to Parker 
North Cottage (W.), from 219 Union to 156 Elm 
North Front (E.), from Union north to Middle, and from 

Wamsutta northerly to Washburn 
North Oak (N.), from 14 Pope nearly to Franklin 
North Orchard (W.), from Court south to opposite 112 

Union 
North Second (E,), from Union north to Maxfield 
North Sixth (W.), from 165 Union north to 128 Middle 
North Water (E.), from Union north to Hillman 
Oak (S. W.), from 75 Dartmouth westerly across Grape 

towards Allen 
Ocean (S. W.), from 106 Arnold north and south 
Oesting (W.), south from Kempton, west from Park 



22 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

Old Market square, from 318 Acushnet avenue to 5 South 

Second 
Orchard (S. W.), from Arnoh^ south to 80 Bedford 
Page (S. W.), south from Hawthorn to 137 Allen 
Park (W.), south from 215 Kempton, west of Chancery- 
Parker (N. W.), from 261 County west to Rockdale av. 
Pearl (N.), from Acnshnet avenue, west to 260 County 

jDassing O. C. R. R. station 
Peckham (N.), from County to Mt. Pleasant 
Penniman (N.), from north end of Purchase westerly- 
Pine (S. E.), from 112 South Water east to the Acushnet 

river 
Plainville road (N. W.), from Hathaway road to Perry's 

Neck 
Pleasant (N".), from 155 Union to Elm, and from Kemp- 
ton north, crossing the common, etc., to Linden 
Pond (N. E.), from N. Front west rear Wamsutta mills 
Pope (N.), fi'om 485 Purchase west to County (north side 

of the common). Numbers begin at Purchase 
Potomska (E.), from 238 South Second to 95 Prospect 
Potter (N, W.), from Shawmut avenue, opposite Grand, 

easterly 
Prospect (S. E.),from Howland south to Potomska mills. 

This is the second east of South Water 
Purchase (N. E.), from 91 Union north to the engine- 
house of Water Works 
Reed (W.), from Kempton, Cannonville, south to Court 
Ricketson conrt (S. W.), entrance 9 North Sixth street, 

between William and Union 
Rivet (S.), from south end of County to 280 South Water, 

near Grove school-house 
Robeson (N, W.), from County at Robeson's corner west 

to Ashland street, thence westerly to Cedar 
Rock (N. E.), from Acushnet avenue east and then north 
Rockdale avenue (formei'ly Noel Tabor road) (N. W.), 

the road running northerly from the Smith mills road 

at the Cannonville meeting-house, to the North road 

at Rockdale 
Rockland (S. W.), from 161 South Third across County 

to opp. 83 Dartmouth. Numbers begin at So. Third 
Rodman (E.), from 58 North Water east to Front 
Rose alley (E.), from 10 No. Water east to 16 No. Front 
Rotch's square. Front (E.), foot of Hamilton and Rodman 
Rural (S. W.), from opposite 175 Allen to Rural cemetery 
Russell (S.), from 83 South Third west to 98 County. 

The numbers are a continuation of the numbers on 

Cannon 
Sawyer (N.), from Acushnet avenue, west to County 
School (S.), from Front west to 126 County 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 23 

Sears (S. W.), from 134 Washington south to Fair 
Sears court (E.), between Union and William, opens at 

25 Purchase 
Seneca (N. E.), from 686 Acushnet avenue, easterly- 
Seventh (S. W.), fi'om 178 Union south to Cherry 
Shawmut avenue (N. W.), from the intersection of Par- 
ker and North Chancery northerly to Perry's Neck 

road 
Shepherd's lane, from 28 South Water to 80 Front, next 

south of Commercial 
Sherman (S. W.), from 37 County west to 18 Bonney. 

Numbers commence at County 
SkijEF's avenue (N.), from Acushnet av. to Freetown line 
Smith (N. W.), from 233 County west to the Oak Grove 

cemetery 
Smith street court (N. W.), fi'om 63 Smith 
Smith's mills road (W.), the road leading from Kempton 

to the village of Smith's mills in Dartmouth 
South (S,), from the Acushnet river west to 20 County, 

next south of Grinnell. Numbers commence at 

Acushnet river 
South Cottage (S. W.), from 220 Union south to 67 Allen 
South Eighth, from 190 Union to 89 Spring 
South Emerson, from Arnold (W.), north to Court 
South First (S.), from 28 Howland, open nearly to Rivet 
South First street place, from 126 South P^'irst 
South Front (S. E.), from 22 Union south to Walnut, 

and from easterly part of 53 Howland south to South. 

Numbers commence at Union 
South Orchard (S. W.), from 10 Dartmouth south to 

Rockland 
South Second (S. E.), from 92 Union to Blackmore. 

Numbers commence at Union 
South Seventh, from 55 Bedford north 
South Sixth (S.),from 164 Union south to opp. 33 County 
South Water (S. E.), from 50 Union to junction Cove 

and French avenue 
Spring (S.), from 13 South Second west to 134 County. 

Numbers commence at South Second 
Spruce (N. W.), from 161 North to opposite 75 Smith 
State (N.), from opposite 58 Hillman north to Linden 
Sullivan (N. W.), a court from 229 Middle 
Summer (N. W.), first west of County, extending north 

from Elm, and passing on the east side of the High 

school-house to Parker 
Summit (N, W.), from Kempton.northerly, west of Beach 
Swamp (N. W.), a court opening from 10 Cedar, and ex- 
tending to Sullivan street 
Sycamore (N.), west from opp. 90 Pleasant to Cedar 



24 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

Tarkiln hill road (IST.), I'oacI leading from Acushnet av- 
enue, over Tarkiln hill 
Thomas (N. W.), from 75 Hillman north 
Thompson's lane (S.), from 3 County westerly to James 

D. Thompson's farm 
Topham (N. W.), from new County road above Durfee to 

Highland 
Tremont (S. W.), from Court, crossing Arnold at 111, to 

Hawthorn 
Turner's court, east from 712 Acushnet avenue 
Union (S.), from Front west, across County, to Ash 
Vine (N. W.), north from Durfee, west of Mt. Pleasant 
Walden (N. W.), from 69 Hillman, north to Sycamore 
Wall (N. E.), from 694 Acushnet av. to the Acushnet river 
Walnut (S.), from Front west to 118 County 
Wamsutta (N. E.), from 622 Purchase east to Acushnet 

river, making the southerly side of Wamsutta mills 
Ward (S. W.), from 93 Allen, opposite Hickory, north 

to Bedford 
Washburn (N, E.), from Acushnet avenue east to the 

Acushnet river, north of Wamsutta mills 
Washington (S. W.), fi'om 141 South Third west to 40 
Dartmouth. The numbers commence at South Third 
Washington avenue, from 28 Pearl to 33 Willis 
Washington square, junction County, South Sixth and 

Grin n ell streets 
Watson (W.), north from Kempton, n. Dartmouth line 
Waverley (S. W.), north from 101 Allen to Bedford 
Weaver (S. W.), from Dartmouth west, next beyond 

Rural cemetery 
West Campbell (N. W.), from Cedar to Chauncey 
West Linden, from new County road, first south of Durfee 
West Maxfield, formerly Burgess lane, from 59 Cedar west 
West Middle (W.), from Chauncey to Chancery 
West Wall (W.), from Court, north, near Jeniiey 
William (N.), from North Water west to County, passing 
on the north side of the Custom House and City 
Hall, and on the south side of Liberty Hall, and Pub- 
lic Library 
Willis (N.), from 587 Acushnet avenue, west, crossing 

County to Chauncey 
Wing (S.), from 115 South Third west to 58 County. 

Numbers begin at South Third 
Winter, from Dartmouth road westerly, to Dartmouth 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTOKT. 25 



WHAEVES AND SLIPS. 



Atlantic whavf, foot of Pine street, between Eddy's and 

Leonard's wharves 
Baltimore slip, foot of Union street and between Taber's 

and Merchants wharves 
Bedford wharf, next south of Eddy's wharf 
Belleville wharf, Belleville 
Central wharf, foot of Centre street 
City wharf and railway, opens opposite 67 South "Water 

next north of the Gas works 
Commercial wharf, foot of Commercial street and next 

south of Merchants Avharf 
Durfee's wharf, foot of Maxfield street 
Eddy's wharf' foot of Coffin street 

Fairhaven Ferry slip, South Front street, foot of School 
Fish Island, directly east of the foot of Middle street, to 

which it is connected by the bridge. The island is 

nearly surrounded with extensive whai'f privileges 
Gas Company's wharf, at Gas works 
George Howland's wharf, foot of North street, on the 

north side, next south of Samuel Rodman's wharf 
Gosnold wharfj from Ray street north of Maxfield 
Hasting & Co.'s wharf, foot of Grinnell street 
Hazard's wharf, opens opposite 77 North Water street 
J. & J. Howland's wharf, foot of Middle street and next 

south of Parker's wharf 
Leonard's wharf, foot of Leonard street 
Merchants wharf, foot of High street 
Merchants wharf, foot of Union street and next south of 

Taber's wharf 
Merrill's wharf, between Walnut and School streets, opens 

nearly opposite 45 South Water street 
Packet slip, foot of Centre street, between Central and 

Rotch's wharves 
Parker's whai-f, foot of Middle street, north of J. & J. 

Howland's wharf and next south of the bridge 
Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Co.'s wharf, foot 

of Walnut 
Pope's Island lies east of Fish Island, and crossed by N. 

B. and Fairhaven bridge 
Railroad wharf, north of Samuel Rodman's wharf and 

near the Wamsutta Mills 
Rotch's wharf, near the foot of Hamilton and Rodman 

streets 



26 NEW BEDFOED DIRECTORY. 



Samuel Rodman's wharf, foot of Hillman street 

Steamboat wharf, foot of School street 

Taber's wharf, next north of Union street, between Cen- 
tral and Merchants wharves 

Wareham slip, between Taber's and Central wharves 

Whaleman's slip, north of Rotch's square, and near the 
foot of Rodman street 

Wilcox & Richmond's wharf, foot of North street, on the 
south side, and next south of George Howlaud's whf , 



WARD BOUNDAEIES. 



Ward 1. All that portion of the city lying north of 
a line drawn from the river through the center of Wall 
street to Franklin street, thence through the center of 
Franklin street to Locust street, to the Dartmouth line 

Ward 2. All that portion of the city lying between 
a line drawn from the river thi'ough the center of Hill- 
man street to Foster street, thence through the center 
of Foster street to Maxfield street, and through the cen- 
ter of Maxfield street to the Dartmouth line, and a line 
drawn through the center of Wall street to Franklin 
street, thence through the center of Franklin street to 
Locust street, thence through the center of Locust street 
to the Dartmouth line. 

Ward 3. AH that portion of the city lying between 
a line drawn from the river through the center of High 
and Charles streets to County street, thence through the 
center of County street to Middle street, thence through 
the center of Middle street to the Dartmouth line, and a 
line drawn through the center of Hillman street to Foster 
street, thence through the center of Foster street to Max- 
jfield street, and through the center of Maxfield street to 
the Dartmouth line. 

Ward 4. All that portion of the city lying between a 
line drawn from the river through the center of School 
street, thence through the centre of South Second street 
to Spring street, and thence through the center of Spring 
street to County street, and thence through the center of 
County street to Union street, thence through the center 
of Union street to the Dartmouth line, and a line drawn 
through the center of High and Charles stree.ts to County 
street, thence through the center of County street to 
Middle street, thence through the center of Middle street 
to the Dartmouth line, also including Pope and Fish 
Islands. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 27 

Wakb 5. All that portion of the city lying between a 
line drawn from the river through the center of Griffin 
to So. Thirrl street, thence through the center of So. Tliird 
street to Wing street, thence through the center of Wing 
and Allen streets to the Dartmouth line, and a line drawn 
from the river through the center of School street to 
South Second street, thence through the center of South 
Second street to Spring street, thence through the center 
of Spring street to County street, thence through the 
center of County street to Union street, and thence 
through tlie center of Union street to the Dartmouth line. 

Ward 6. All that portion of the city lying south of a 
line drawn from the river through the center of Griffin 
street to So. Third street, thence through the center of 
So. Third street to Wing street, thence through the center 
of Wing and Allen streets to the Dartmouth line, includ- 
ing Palmer's island. 



lOCALITIES OF MTEEEST 

I]Sr AND ABOUT THE CITY. 

AcusHNET. That is a village usually known as the 
Head of the River, about three and a half miles in a 
northerly direction from the City hall. The westerly 
part is in New Bedford, and the easterly part in Fairha- 
ven, divided by the Acushnet river. The parts are unit- 
ed by a stone bridge. Pine Grove cemetery is near the 
village. * 

Acushnet Heights. That portion of our territory 
known by this name is in the northwest part of the city, 
commencing at the head of Willis street. Here are some 
of the most beautiful private residences of our city ; and 
the view which includes the river, the harbor, the bay, 
and adjoining shores, villages, and islands, is one of the 
finest in the country. 

Belleville. This name was, many years ago, given 
to a spot on the bank of the Acushnet river, about ong 
mile south of Acushnet village. 

Cannonville. a portion of the westerly part of the 
city, in the neighborhood of the meeting-house on the 
Smith's mills road, is known by this name, thus called in 
honor of one of our citizens, whose labors in behalf of the 
people there will long be remembered. 

City Common. This beautiful spot is in the north part 
of the city, and is bounded by County, Purchase, Pope, 



28 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

and Pearl streets. A very handsome monument, erected 
by the city, at a cost of about $13,000, as a memorial to 
the soldiers and sailors who lost their lives during the war 
of the Rebellion, is located here. 

Clark's Point. This point forms the southerly part 
of the city. It has the waters of the Acushnet river on 
the east, and of Clark's Cove on the west. Its length is 
about two miles. At its southern extremity is a large 
tract of land belonging to the United States, on the river 
side ; at the extremity of the point is a lighthouse, west 
of which the government has erected an extensive fortifi- 
cation. Around this point, a distance of about four and 
a half miles, is a road not surpassed by any public diive 
in this country. It commences at French avenue, junc- 
tion Cove street (at the Orphans Home), and follows the 
shore from thence along the western, southern and east- 
ern boundaries of the point, until it terminates in the 
street where it has its beginning. It is eighty feet wide, 
smooth and level, and in its course commands a series of 
views of surpassing loveliness and beauty. The cove, 
the bay, the river, the shores, the islands and ledges, the 
lighthouses, steamers and sailing craft of every descrip- 
tion, the city on the one side, its sister town of Fairhaven 
on the other, and the noble bridge between, constitute a 
series of views, which render a ride or a walk over this 
road most delightful and attracti ve. The City farm and 
Almshouse is located on the eastern side of the Point. 

Fish Island. The bridge from the city to Fairhaven 
I^asses over this island. Several wharves, an extensive 
coal-yard, an oil factory, a marine railway, and a boat 
manufactory are connected with it. 

Four Corners. The space formed by the intersection 
of Water and Union streets. This has been a somewhat 
noted spot in our local history. Near this was erected 
the first village house, and it may still be regarded as a 
business center. The banks, insurance offices, lawyers' 
offices, etc., are nearly all in this vicinity. 

Rockdale is about one mile north of Cannonville, on 
Rockdale avenue. 

Pope's Island. This island derives its name from a 
family long known and respected among us. The bridge 
between the city and Fairhaven passes over it. It lies 
nearly in the center of the river. 

Palmer's Island, upon which the United States Gov- 
ernment has a lighthouse, is at the mouth of the inner 
harbor. The main channel lies east of it. It affords a 
goo d protection from the high southerly winds. 



NEW BEDFOKD DIKECTORY. 29 



PUBLIC CEMETEEIES. 



There are three public cemeteries in the city. 

The Rural Cemetery is in the south part of the city, 
on the west side of Dartmouth street, about one mile from 
the City Hall. Also an entrance on Rural street from 
Allen street. Thomas Davis sexton. 

The Oak Grove Cemetery is in the west part of the 
city, on the north side of Smith and Parker streets, about 
one mile northwest of the City Hall. 

The Pine Grove Cemetery is situated on the road 
leading: to Tarkiln Hill near Acushnet village 



QUAEANTINE. 



Port Physician^ Charles L. Swasey. Office 93>^ Mid- 
dle street. 

The quarantine gi'ound is bounded as follows : But 
lers flats on the south, the east shore of Clark's point on 
-the west, the Eleven Foot Bank on the north, and the 
Egg Islands, on the east. 



DISTANCES. 

FROM CORNER OP TJNIOK AND PURCHASE STREETS, NEW 
BEDFORD TO SUNDRY PLACES. 

M. E. 

To guide board at the head of Acushnet, 3 125 

To the Sampson House, at Middleborough Ponds, 16 4 
To Taunton Court House, via Sampson's, 26 156 

To .Jonathan Tobey's, 7 113 

To Stone Bridge, near Freetown Furnace, 10 84 



30 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

To the Sampson House, on the Bristol county 

road, 12 294 

To Taunton Court House, via Bristol county road, 22 88 

To Smith's Mills, in Dartmouth, 3 13 

To Hick's Meeting House, via Smith's Mills, 7 20 

To Assonet Village, via Smith's Mills and Hick's 

Meeting House 16 2 

To Taunton Court, via Smith's Mills and Hick's 
Meeting House 

To the Head of Westport, 

To Stone Bridge Hotel, at Howland's Ferry, 

To Newport Post Office, 

To Resolved Howland's Corner, in Dartmouth, 

To Padanaram bridge. 

To K. Snow's Corner, via Padanaram bridge, 

To Holder Slocum's corner, 

To Russell's mills. 

To K. Snow's Corner, via Holder Slocum's Corner, 



24 


10 


7 


276 


17 


24 


29 


171 




12 


3 


225 


5 


184 


4 


192 


7 


61 


, 8 


37 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, &c. 



Alms-house, Clark's point 

Alpha Hall, North Third 

Barker's Hall, 113 Union 

Central Police Station, 5 South Second, near Union 

China Hall building, 39 Purchase 

City Hall building, New Market square 

City Hall, in City Hall building. New Market square 

Concert Hall, 19>^ Purchase 

County Court House, County street, between William 

and Union 
Cumming's building. Purchase, corner William 
Custom House, William, corner North Second 
Elm Street Hall, 50 Elm 
Free Masons Hall (colored), 139 Union 
Hawes' Hall, Acushnet village 
Hick's building. Purchase, corner Mechanics lane 
House of Correction and jail. Court St., west of County 
Liberty Hall building, 57 Purchase 
Liberty Hall, in Liberty Hall building, 57 Purchase 



NEW BEDFOKD DIKECTORT. 31 

Library building, William, corner Pleasant 

Masonic building, 147)^ Union, between Purchase and 

Pleasant 
Masonic Hall, in Masonic building, Union, between Purr 

chase and Pleasant 
Mechanics Hall, 111 William 
Merchants block, Union, corner Front 
Music Hall, 104 William 

New Bedford Cordage Company's building, Rotch's wharf 
Odd Fellow's Hall, 9 Fourth 
Odd Fellow's Hall, Hick's building, Purchase 
Old Colony Railroad depot, Pearl, near Purchase 
Old Town Hall, South Second, near Union 
Orient Hall, 92 Purchase, corner Elm 
Parker's block, foot of Middle, corner North Front 
Pierian Hall, 6 Ricketson block. Union 
Police Court, 5 South Second, near Union 
Ricketson block, 140 Union, corner Fourth 
Robeson's building, William, between Acushnet avenue 

and North Second 
Rodman's building, Rotch's wharf 
Sears Hall, 1S}4 Pleasant 
Taber's block, head of Taber's wharf 
Telegraph Office, 26 North Water 
Thornton Hall, 73 Union 



OFFICES. 



Board of Health office, City Hall building 
Chief of Police office, 5 South Second, near Union 
City Assessor's office, Public Library building- 
City Clerk's office. Public Library building 
City Collector's office, 5 Public Library building. 
City Treasurer's office. Public Library building 
Mayor's office. Public Library building 
Overseers of the Poor's office, City Hall building 
Police office, 5 South Second, near Union 
Post-office, North Second, corner William 
Register of Deeds' office. County Court House, County 

street, corner Court 
Superintendent of Public Schools' office, City Hall build- 
ing 
Superintendent of Streets' office, High, corner Pleasant 
Water Commissioner's office. City Ilall building 



32 



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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt., agent; asst., assistant; av., aveniie; b. or bds., boards; bet. 
between; bldg., building; blk., block; (Cal.), California; com. mer., commis- 
sion merchant; c. or cor., corner; c. r., counting room; ct., court; h., house; 
lab., laborer; mkr.,maker; mnfr., manufacturer; M. T. D, & M. Co., Morse 
Twist Drill and Machine Co.; u., near; N. B. & F. S.R. R.,New Bedford & 
Fairhaven Street Railroad; O. C. R. R., Old Colony Railroad; opp., opposite; 
pi., place; p. o., post office; pres., president; r., rear; rd., road; Rev., rever- 
end; St., street; sec, secretary; sq., square; supt., superintendent; treas.,trea3 - 
urer ; (U. S. A.), United States Army; (U. S . N.j, United States Navy; whol., 
wholesale; wid., widow; whf.,wharf ; wks., works. 



ABBE EDWARD P., physician and surgeon, room 1, 6 

Kicketson block, house 119 County 
Abram John, glass blower, house 25 Griffin 
Abrams James, glass maker, house 182 South Second 
Abrams William, grocer, 139 So. Water, h. 56 So. Second 
Acker William E,, laborer, h. South First street yjlace 
ACUSHNET COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS, 

59 High 
ACUSHNET CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIA- 
TION, groceries and provisions, 213 Acushnet ave- 
nue, Sylvanus Bennett, agent 
ACUSHNET IRON CO., A. Swift, agent, North, 

corner North Water 
Adams Almii-a S., widow, house 38 South Sixth 
Adams Charles H., shipmaster, house 41 Sycamore 
Adams Charles W. (E. C. Adams & Son), grocer, boards 

104 Sycamore 
Adams Clara, widow, house 102 Fifth 
Adams Eben C. (E. C. Adams & Son), grocer, 66 Smith, 

house 104 Sycamore 
ADA3IS E. C. & SON (Eben C. and Charles W. Ad- 
ams), groceries and provisions, 66 Smith 
3 



34 NEW BEDFORD [A] DIRECTORY. 

Adams John, weaver, house 10 Fulton court 

Adams Lemuel D., police, house 21 Bedford 

Adams Lucy Mrs., housekeeper Bancroft House, bds. do. 

Adams Nathaniel, cooper, Front, corner Middle, house 

117 Maxfield 
Adams Nelson, laborer, boards 1 North Front 
Adams Peter, house 1 North Front 
Adams Stephen F., dry goods, 204 County, boards 117 

Maxfield 
Adams William, weaver, boai-ds 10 Fulton court 
Adams Zenas H., clerk Parker & Haskell, h. 187 County 
Adams Zenas L., house 187 County 
Addy William, weaver, house Uurfee, n. Shawmut av. 
Agnew John, in St. Joseph's hospital, Campbell 
Aiken A. Horace, plumber N. B. Water Works, house 

175 Fourth 
Aiken James, coachman, house 3 Spruce 
Aiken Nancie C, music teacher, house 122 Acushnet av. 
Aiken William H. (Aiken & Swift), merchant, house at 

South Dartmouth 
Aiken & Swift (William H. Aiken and Fred'k Swift), 

merchants, North, below North Second 
Aikin Abbie A., widow, house 22 Cypress 
Aikin Abraham, laborer, house 24 Morgan 
Aikin Annie L. Mrs., dressmaker, b}4. Pleasant, house do. 
Aikin John, house 239 Acushnet avenue 
Aikin John F., drawtender, house 144 North Second 
Aikin Orrin M. S., collector Singer Mnfg. Co., 19 Pur- 
chase, boards 59 Cypress 
Aikin Thomas, paintei", boards 3 Spruce 
Aikin William A., ropemaker, house 7 Liberty 
Ainsworth Joshua, loom fixer, h. State, coi'ner Linden 
Akin Francis T. (Hart & Akin), painter and painters' 

supplies, 9 North Water, and 58 South Water, and 

coal dealer, 58 South Water, and foot of Coffin, bouse 

195 Acushnet avenue 
Akin Frank, second hand Wamsutta mill, house 90 Mer- 

rimac 
Akin Mary, widow of Alexander, h. 78 No. Second 
Akin Mary A., wid. of Charles K., h. Rockland, n. County 
Akin Rob't W., clerk 64 No. Second, b. Fifth, c. Spring 
Akin Seth K,, house 26 Griffin 

Akin Wm. F., mariner, h. Court, near Dartmouth line 
Albee Harmon, mill hand, house 176 Pleasant 
Albert Rebecca Miss, house 152 South Water 
Albert Thomas, pattern maker, house 154 South First 
-Alberts Elizabeth, widow, house rear 208 Middle 
Albiston Roger W., merchant tailor, 55 Purchase, house 

34 W^illis 



NEW BEDFOED [A] DIRECTORY. 35 

Albro Alfred G., farmer, boards 7 West Maxfield 

Albro Andrew, farmer, house 7 West Maxfield 

Albro Charles A,, laborer, house 121 Sycamore 

Albro Ivory A., car driver, boards 579 Purchase 

Albro Martha A., widow of Edmund, house 579 Purchase 

Albro William J., car driver, boards 579 Purchase 

AL.DEIN' GEORG-E :N. (Tillinghast & Alden), 44 

North Water, house 223 Acushnet avenue 
Alden Silas, house 63 State 

Alger Charles B., at Thayer &Judd's, h. 124 South Front 
Allaire Orphidas, apothecary, 569 Purchase, house do. 
Allan Robert, cooper, 17 Hamilton, house 64 Thomas 
Allen Abner W. (Allen & Washburn), planing mill, 

house 172 Pleasant 
Allen Abram, rigger, house 59 Thomas 
Allen Abram A., house Shawmut av., corner Mt. Vernon 
Allen Abram L., clerk, boards 59 Thomas 
Allen Adeline Miss, chamber maid Orphans Home, 

French's lane, corner Cove 
Allen Adeline, wid. of Sylvanus 2d, house 45 Chestnut 
Allen Albert E., paints, oils and varnishes, 25 Pleasant, 

house 156 Mill 
Allen Alfred, house 49 County 

Allen Amelia J., dressmaker, 183 South Water, house do. 
Allen Andrew H., laborer, h. Allen's Corner, Plainville 
Allen Asa, cook City Farm, French's lane, house Rock- 
land, corner Fourth 
Allen Asa L. H., frame niaker L. B. Ellis, boards Rock- 
land, corner Fourth 
Allen Bartlett, boat builder, Fish Island, house 84 Elm 
Allen Charles, stone-cutter, house 21 Bonney 
Allen Charles E., laborer, house 183 South Water 
Allen Charles F,, clerk 679 Purchase, boards 677 do. 
Allen Charles G. (Crafts & Allen), upholsterer, 160 Union, 

house 12 Ash 
Allen Charles J., cutter, house 151 Cedar 
Allen Charles N., fancy goods, 153 Union, h. 39 No. Sixth 
Allen Charles W., teamster, house 520 Acushnet avenue 
Allen Clarence M., clerk 145 Union, boards 100 State 
Allen Clark, mariner, house Hathaway road, west of 
Rockland avenue [County 

Allen Clement, laborer W. A. Robinson & Co., house 49 
Allen Daniel B. (Allen & Hunt), merchant tailor, 96 

Union, house 71 North 
Allen Daniel H., carpenter, house Plainville 
Allen David E., master mariner, house 173 Grinnell 
Allen Edward, liquors, 8 Pearl, house do. 
Allen Edward F., tailor, 125 Union, boards 71 North 
Allen Edgar W., foreman at Snell's bakery, h. 24 Morgan 



36 NEW BEDFORD [j^] DIRECTORY. 

Allen Edward H, (Gifford & Allen), brass founder and 
plumber, North Front, c. Hazard's whf., h. 197 Union 
Allen Elishup H., carpenter, house 12 Cypress 
Allen Eliza M. Miss, dressmaker, house 48 County 
Allen Eliza W., widow of Gilbert, house 39 South Sixth 
Allen Elizabeth C, widow of Capt. Albert^ house 149 Elm 
Allen Emily Miss, music teacher, house 25 Bush 
Allen Faxon, laborer N. B. R. R., house 18 Hazard court 
Allen Francis, master mariner, house 124 Maxfield 
Allen Fred E., bookkeeper. 111 Union, bds. 32 Hillman 
AliliEISr FREDEKICK, marble worker, 20 North 

Second, house 32 Hillman 
Allen Frederick E., waiter, boards 15 First 
Allen Frederick S. (Swift & Allen), merchant, Taber's 

wharf, house 34 South Sixth 
Allen Frederick S., house 23 Bonney 
Allen George E., master mariner, house 41 Kempton 
Allen George H., master mariner, boards 49 Fifth 
Allen George H, H., student Harvard College (Cam- 
bridge), house 34 South Sixth 
Allen George P., carpenter, h. Allen's Corner, Plainville 
Allen George T., at ISTew Bedford Flour mills, house 58 

Hillman 
Allen Gideon, jr., bookkeeper Morse Twist Drill and Ma- 
chine Co., 20 Bedford, cor. Fourth, house 80 School 
Allen Gilbert, house 70 Spring 
Allen Green B,, blacksmith, house 118 Fifth 
Allen Henry H., waiter, boards 15 South First 
Allen Henry H., house 23 South Sixth 
Allen Henry M. (Allen & Robinson), carpenter and 

builder, Leonard's wharf, house 48 County 
Allen Henry M., 2d, clerk, boards 173 Grinnell 
Allen Hezekiah, master mariner, house 66 State 
Allen Hiram L., carrriage-wright, boards 38 Foster 
Allen Isaac R., teamster, house 276>^ Purchase 
Allen James, shii^keeper, house 2 Emerson 
Allen James, weaver, house foot Davis 
Allen James D., marble worker, 20 North Second, house 

43 High 
Allen James P., house 11 Morgan 

Allen James W., clerk Gilford "& Allen, bds. 197 Union 
Allen Jesse, harness maker, 9 Purchase, h. 21 Chestnut 
Allen Jesse S., harness maker. Pleasant, corner Mechanics 

lane, house 147 Mill 
Allen Jesse K., wheelwright, house Plainville 
Allen John A. P., U. S. collector of customs, h. 1 Lincoln 
Allen John M., architect 30 and 31 Robeson building, 

house 343 Purchase 
Allen John S. (Smith & Allen), sparmaker, foot of Wal- 
nut, house 100 State 



■ NEW BEDFORD [A] DIEECTORY. 37 

Allen Joseph, jr., marble worker, house 25 Bush, corner 

Acushuet avenue 
Allen Joseph, jr., Mrs., private school, 25 Bush, house do. 
Allen Lewis G., driver Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co., No. 

1, house 38 Foster 
Allen Luke, carpenter, house 10 Spruce 
Allen Lydia D., widow of Zebina, house 3 Court 
Allen Lydia T., widow of Thomas C, house 112 Middle 
Allen Mary A., widow of Hezekiah, house 58 Hillraan 
Allen Mary E. Miss, teacher Fifth street grammar school, 

house 25 Bush, cor. Acushnet avenue 
Allen Mary M., widow of Humphrey B., h. 15 Bonney 
Allen Peleg H., mariner, house 35 Pleasant 
Allen Phoebe H., widow of Thomas 2d, house 49 Fifth 
Allen Rebecca, widow, house 44 Sycamore 
Allen Robert^ machinist, bds. 18 Austin court 
Allen Robert F., hostler, boards 53 School 
Allen Robert N., painter, 9 No. Water, h. 145 So. Front 
Allen Sarah A., widow of Cornelius, b. 126 Kempton 
Allen Sarah H., widow of Joseph, bds. 21 South Sixth 
Allen Sarah H., widow of Phillip, nurse, h. Plainville 
Allen Sarah W., widow of John, house 7 Allen 
Allen Sylvanus W., blacksmith, house 15 First 
Allen Thomas B., laborer, h. 217 South Watei-, cor. South 
Allen Thomas F., clerk, 12 Pleasant, bds. 153 Purchase 
Allen Thomas L., chief police Central station, 5 South 

Second, house 98 Union 
Allen Thomas T., city express and sexton North Christian 

church, house 59 Mechanics lane 
Allen Uriah P., ship carpenter, house 76 Hillman 
Allen Walter S., chemist, bds. 34 South Sixth 
Allen William, compositor Standard oflSce, h. 116 Hillman 
Allen William B., boat builder, house 69 Spruce 
Allen William H., clerk N. B. & Fairhaven street rail- 
way, 442 Purchase, cor. Pearl, h. 529 Purchase 
Allen William H., 2d, house 184 Union 
Allen Wm. H., 3d, livery stable, 268 and 270 Purchase, 

house 272 do. 
Allen Wm. H., 4th, piano tuner, bds. 112 Middle 
Allen Wm. H. H., salesman Geo. M. Eddy & Co., house 

57 Hill 
Allen Wm. S., commercial ti'aveler, house 89 Elm 
Allen & Hunt (Daniel B. Allen and Leander W. Hunt), 

tailors, 96 Union 
Allen & Robinson (Henry M. Allen and James M. Rob- 
inson), carpenters, Leonard's wharf 
Allen & Washburn (Abner W. Allen and Wm. H. Wash- 
burn), planing mill, 149 North Water 
Alley Alfred G., jr., Boston branch, store, 153 Purchase, 
house 64 Foster 



38 NEW BEDFORD [j,] DIRECTORY. ^ 

Alraeacler Theophilus S., mariner, house 155 Fourth 

Almeicler Miguel, laborer, house 55 Howland 

Almy Allen, asst. engineer Fotomska mill, house County, 

corner Delano 
Almy Andrew A., groceries and provisions, Hillman, cor- 
ner Cedar, house 125 Maxfield 
Almy Avis, widow of Peter, house 126 South First 
Almy Benjamin, farmer, house 32 Eighth 
Almy Charles, insurance agent and broker, 20 No. Water, 

house 50 Walnut [So. Dartmouth 

Almy Edward C, law student, 35 ISToith Water, house at 
Almy Edward D., compositor, boards 11 Chestnut 
Almy Emily M., widow of Benj. R., house 50 Walnut 
Almy Francis, student Harvard college (Cambridge), 

boards 50 Walnut [bds. 50 Walnut 

Almy Frederick, student Harvard college (Cambridge), 
Almy George B., passepartout maker Chas. Taber & Co., 

house 90 Mill 
Almy George L., carpenter, house 64 Dartmouth 
Almy G. L. Mrs., dressmaker, house 64 Dartmouth 
Almy Henry B. (Almy & Hitch), awning manufacturer, 

66 Purchase, house 11 Chestnut 
Almy James K., car driver, house 166 West Campbell 
Almy James T., jeweler and engraver, 4 Fifth, house 

Hathaway i'oad 
Almy Job, sailmaker, 11 Parker'sblk., Middle, h. 110 High 
Almy Lydia G., widow of Cranston, house 120 Middle 
Almy Nancy Miss, house 66 Mechanics lane 
Almy Patience R., widow, house 190 Union 
Almy Richard (P. D. Slocum & Co.), house 35 Kempton 
Almy Robert E., laborer, boards 74 Walden 
Almy Ruth, widow of James, house 7 Fifth 
Almy Thomas R., bookkeeper, house 93 Fourth 
Almy Welcome A., pilot, house 450 Acushuet avenue 
Almy William, messenger Hatch & Co. Express, house 92 

Pleasant 
Almy William P., gardener, house 150 North 
Almy William T., shoemaker, house 65 Summer 
ALMY & HITCH (Henry B. Almy and Otis L. 

Hitch), awnings, etc., 66 Purchase 
Alvis Mrs., widow of Francis, house 188 Kempton 
American Novelty Company, 21 Parker 
American and China Tea Co., teas, coffees, and spices a 

specialty, 78 Purchase 
Ames Mary L., widow, house 347 South Water 
Ames Thomas L., clerk, 64 North Second, bds. 39 Elm 
Ames Thomas P., paintei", 20 South Water, h. 62 Arnold 
Ames Yorick W., hair-dresser, 105 Cedar, house 286 

Middle 



NEW BEDFORD [A] DIRECTORY. 39 

Anderly Charles, weaver, house 20 Hampton court 
Anderson James, teamster, 16 South Water, h. 8 Cannon 
Anderson Robert, mill operative, house 308 So. Water 
Andradi de Quirim, seaman, house rear 50 Howland 
Andrews Chas. O., farmer Andrew M. Howland farm, end 

Middle road, Clark's point, house do. 
Andrews Christopher, groceries, 273 Acushnet avenue, 

house 275 do. 
Andrews Christopher S., photographer, boards 275 Acush- 
net avenue 
Andrews D'Orville, at cordage factory, boards 63 Smith 
Andrews Frederic W., photographer, 68 Purchase, house 

271 Acushnet avenue 
Andrews George E., mariner, house 122 South Orchard 
Andrews Hannah L., widow of William F., h. 6 Crapo 
Andrews Henry, weaver, house Gammons lane 
Andrews James, weaver, boards 60 Hazard 
Andrews Jennie A., widow of Albert S., house Shawmut 

avenue, near Durfee 
Andrews Louisa R. Mrs., dressmaker, h. Rockdale av. 
Andrews Mary A. F. Miss, house 102 Fourth 
Andi-ews Nathaniel, jr., cooper, house 104 High 
Andrews Thomas H., blacksmith, house 11 Maxfield 
Andrews Wanton D. clerk, 62 Purchase, house 72 South 

Second 
Andrews Wilson T., clerk, rooms 6 Crapo 
Andricks Joseph, laborer, house 257 South Water 
Angell George J., laborer, house 78 Linden 
Angell John, iron-worker, house 45 Sycamore 
Angell Mary H., widow of David O., house 78 Linden 
Anglum Matthew, laborer, house Ashley, near Cedar 
Anthony Abby L,, widow, house 17 Cannon 
Anthony Ann, widow of Caleb, house 113 County 
Anthony Anna R. Miss, house 113 County 
Anthony Arthur S., clerk Standard office, h. 87 Fourth 
ANTHONY BENJAMIN (E. Anthony & Sons), 

printer and publisher, 67 Union, house 160 William 
Anthony Betsey L., widow of Nicholas B., house 72 Ash 
Anthony Caleb Mrs., house 113 County 
Anthony Charles, printer, 52 William, boards Ash 
Anthonv Charles, sailmaker T. M. Hart, h. 26 Chancery 
ANTHONY EDMUND, jr. (E. Anthony & Sons), 

printer and publisher, 67 Union, bds. Parker House 
Anthony Elisha D., house 113 Countv 
ANTHONY E. & SONS (Edmund, jr., and Benja- 
min Anthony), printers and publishers Evening Stan- 
dard and Republican Standard, 67 Union 
Anthony George S., police, house 67 Fourth 
Anthony Joseph, ship keeper, house Dartmouth, opposite 
the Cemetery 



40 NEW BEDFORD \_^'] DIKECTORT. 

Anthony Martha T., widow of Welcome L., h. 71 So. Sixth 

Anthony Moses H., engineer, house 53 Cedar 

Anthony Phebe Miss, house 53 Walnut 

Anthony Sarah H. Mrs., house 53 Walnut 

Anthony Wm. B., pressman Standard office, h. 79 County 

Anthony William S., clerk, 22 Union, house at South 

Dartmouth 
ANTHONY, SWIFT & CO. _(C. H. Holden), pro- 
visions, wholesale, Fairhaven bridge 
Antoine John B., house 96 High 
Antoine Sarah, widow of Joseph, house 96 High 
Antone Joseph, laborer, house 92 Acushnet avenue 
Antone Manuel, laborer, house 254 South Water 
Antone Manuel, cigars and tobacco, 149 South Water, 

house 118 South Front 
Antone Manuel, mariner, house 157 Elm 
Apsey Abigail, widow of George S., house 2 County 
Apsey Charles F., mule-spinner, boards 2 County 
Apsey George W., hair-dresser, boards 2 County 
Apsey Jesse A., clerk E. Packard, boards 2 County 
Aqua John, laborer, house James, next Arnold 
Aqua Louis, mason tender, house 248 Middle 
Arey Allen C, gas-fitter, house 63 Forest 
Arey Elbridge G., house 220 Summer 
Arey Hannah C, teacher Middle street grammar school, 

rooms 72 Elm 
Arey James, master mariner, boards 163 Grinnell 
Argraves Robinson, weaver, house 262 South Water 
Arigan Joanna, widow, house rear 64 Hazard 
Arigan Richard, copper worker, boards rear 64, Hazard 
Arigan William J., variety store, 551 Purchase, h. 553 do.- 
Arkison Patrick, laborer, house 17 Austin 
Arkinson Patrick, jr., weaver, boards 17 Austin 
Armitage James, spinner, house 7 Fulton court 
Armstead Charles D., calker, house Kempton, opp. Beach 
Armstrong John, laborer, N. B. Water Works, house 

Mt. Vernon, corner Highland 
Arnett James W., police, house 119 Pleasant 
Arnett Robert, house 5 Willis 
Arnett Robert, jr., machinist, house 4 Ashland 
Arnold Benj. H., house 49 Parker 
Arnold William W., overseer of slashers Wamsutta mill, 

house 49 Parker 
Arnzen Henry, gardener Frank Carr, boards do. 
Artley Nathaniel, weaver, boards 5 Rivet 
Arundale James, butcher, house 9 GifFord's lane 
Arundale John, laborer, house 9 Gilford's lane 
Ash William, boarding-house. Prospect, corner Grinnell 
Ashley Abram, 8d, farmer, house Lindsay, near Court 



NEW BEDFORD [A] DIRECTORY. 41 

'Ashley Andrew J., driver New Bedford Ice Co., 9 Fourth, 

house Ashley lane, from east side of French avenue 
ASHLEY A. DAVIS, grocer, 663 Purchase, and 

(Ashley & Wilcox), boots and shoes, 594 Purchase, 

house 661 do. 
Ashley Charles S. (Covell & Ashley), bds. 219 Purchase 
Ashley Clinton M., mason, boards Sherman Ashley's, 

Acushnet avenue 
Ashley Eliza J., widow of Simeon, h. 60 Mechanics lane 
Ashley Emma J, Miss, teacher Fifth street school, house 

Ashley lane, west from French avenue 
Ashley Franklin M. foreman Water Works, house 71 Ash 
Ashley Freeman H., farmer, house Ashley lane, from east 

side French avenue 
Ashley Henry T., farmer, house Acushnet avenue, oppo- 
site Belleville road 
Ashley Isaac L., clerk New Bedford Ice Co., 9 Fourth, 

boards Ashley lane, from French avenue 
Ashley Joshua B. (Brownell, Ashley & Co.), carriage 

mnfr., 16, 20, and 22 Fourth, house 219 Purchase 
Ashley Lucretia, widow of Thomas, house Acushnet av- 
enue, opposite Belleville road 
Ashley Mary P., widow of John S., house Acushnet av. 
Ashley Millard F., carpenter, house Spruce, near Parker 
Ashley Phebe, widow of Loring, house 33 Sycamore 
Ashley Rodolphus E., carpenter, house Ashley lane, from 

east side French avenue [Beach 

Ashley Roland R., spar maker Rodolphus Beetle, house 4 
Ashley Rufus M., machinist Morse Twist Drill Works, 

boards 382 South Water 
Ashley Ruth, widow of Rodolphus, house Ashley lane, 

from east side French avenue 
Ashley Sherman, carpenter, house Acushnet avenue 
Ashley Silas A., carpenter, house 602 Purchase 
Ashley Simeon P., carpenter 28 South Second, house 

Ocean, next Arnold 
Ashley Sybil, widow, house Bellville road, 2d on left 

from Acushnet avenue 
Ashley Wallace, mariner, house 42 Kempton 
Ashley Wm. G., carpenter, boards 60 Mechanics lane 
ASHLEY & WILCOX (A. Davis Ashley and 

Charles S. Wilcox), boots and shoes, 594 Purchase 
Ashton John, mule-spinner, boards 11 Rivet 
Ashton Richard, loom fixer, house 266 South Second 
Ashworth Elizabeth, cigars and tobacco, 667 Purchase, 

house 678 do-. 
Ashworth John, clerk 667 Purchase, house 678 do. 
Athearn Anna E., widow of James, house 10 Emerson 
Atkins Amanda Mrs., house 157 Elm 



42 NEW BEDFORD [5] DIRECTORY. 

Atkins Eliza Mrs., house rear 154 Kerapton * 

Atkins Jesse, house rear 154 Kempton 
Atkins William, mariner, house 45 South Water 
Atwood Andrew J., cordage spinner, house 15 Park 
Atwood Herbert M., carpenter, house French avenue 
Atwood William H., carpenter, house French avenue 
Atwood Wm. W., foreman Hathaway, Soule & Harring- 
ton, house 100 Pleasant 
Augustus Benjamin, laborer, house 83 South Water 
Augustus George, laborer, house 53 Howland 
Austin Andrew, laborer, house 119 South First 
Austin Benjamin F., driver New Bedford Ice Co., 9 

Fourth, house 529 Purchase 
Austin Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, house 126 Kempton 
Austin George, carriage maker, boards Zenas Cowing's, 

Rockdale avenue 
Austin James, house 214 Kempton 
Austin James, carpenter, h. Durfee, near Shawmut av. 
Austin John, weaver, house Penniman, corner Purchase 
Austin John H. C, grocer 85 Cedar, house 4 Emerson 
Austin Mary E. Miss, teacher High school, boards 214 

Kempton 
Austin Sarah J. Miss, teacher, boards 214 Kempton 
Avellar Lawrence S. S. Mrs., house 102 Fourth 
Avery Moses, house 79 Kempton 
Ayers Sylvia, widow of John, confectionery, 206 Middle, 

house do. 
Ayler James E,, laborer, house 209 Middle 
Ayler WilUam H., hair-dresser, 144 Purchase, house James, 
near Arnold 

BABBITT ALBERT G., ship-carpenter, h. 39 No. Sixth 

Babbitt James M., ship-cai'penter, house 3 Babbitt 

Babbitt Joseph M. (Babbitt & Wood), h. at Fairhaven 

Babbitt & Wood (Joseph M. Babbitt and Patrick F. 
Wood), proprietors Union Boiler Works, 27 Front 

BABCOCK HARLEOI^ P., taxidermist, 149 Pur- 
chase, house 33 Arch 

Babcock John II., cooper, house 76 South Second 

Babcock Spooner, painter, 38 School, house 33 South 
Second, corner School 

Bach George, merchant tailor, 106 South Water, house 
19 Cannon 

Bach George, jr., seaman, boards 19 Cannon 

Bach Wm., baker, house 19 Cannon 

Backman George W., house 46 Maxfield 

Backus Francis, flxi'mer, house Belleville road, opposite 
Acushnet river [ner Allen 

Backus William S., sub. carrier, P. O., boards County, cor- 



NEW BEDFOED [B] DIRECTORY. 43 

Bacon Calvin E., house 4 Lincoln 
Bacon David B., 613 Acushnet avenne, hoivse 615 do. 
Bacon Emeline W., widow of Rev. Elisha, h. 188 Middle 
Baetje Henry, currier, boards 4 Maxfield 
Bagget Edward, loom fixer, house 51 Blacknaore 
Bailey Abby I., widow of Joseph, house 150 Middle 
Bailey Cornelius, house 64 South 
Bailey Edward, hostler, house 233 Middle 
Bailey Elizabeth Miss, house 64 South 
Bailey Ellen J., widow of Simeon, house 87 County 
Bailey George F., baker S. Watson & Son, house Sulli- 
van, corner Swamp court 
Bailey James, laborer, Acushnet Coal Co., house 196 

Kempton 
BAILEY L.EBBEUS, hatter, 122)^ Union, house 

494 Acushnet avenue 
Bailey Louisa, widow of Humphrey, house 12 Cedar 
Bailey Lyman, clerk, boards 39 Elm 

Bailey Stephen, hostler, 14 Fourth, house 244|- Middle ■ 
Bailey Susanna, widow of Horatio, house 94 Linden 
Bailey William, weaver Warasutta mill, h. 92 Linden 
Baine James B., laborer, house Lindsay 
Bain Sarah S., widow of William, house 81 County 
Baker Adelaide G. Miss, music teacher, bds. 45 Chestnut 
Baker Amos C, lightkeeper, Clark's point, house do. 
Baker Amos C, jr., mariner, house Clark's Point 
Baker Ansel G., foreman Morse Twist Drill and Machine 

Co., house 145 Fourth 
Baker Anstress A, Miss, house 167 North 
Baker Anthony, watchman Wamsutta mills, h. 63 Mill 
Baker Benj-., jr., cooper, 18 So. Front, house 186 Summer 
Baker Charles, shoemaker, boards 73 Foster 
Baker Edward, painter, house 122 South Orchard 
Baker Ephraim D., second hand Warasutta mills, house 

66 Maxfield 
Baker George, house 9 High 
Baker George M., painter, boards 15 Liberty 
Baker George W., shoemaker, boards 72 South Second 
Baker Hersey, carpenter, house 72 South Second 
Baker Huldah Mrs., nurse, house 102 Fourth 
Baker Jacob H., carriage painter G. L. Brownell, house 

rear 142 Kempton 
Baker Julia A., widow, house 155 State 
Baker Lorenzo, carpenter. City wharf, house 14 Atlantic 
Baker Lydia S., widow of Edward L., h. 92 Washington 
Baker Mary, widow of Michael, house 6 Willis 
Baker Mary J., widow of Wells, house 38 Fourth 
Baker Michael, rolling mill, house 6 Willis 
Baker Robert W., carpenter, house 300 Acushnet avenue 



44 KEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bakei' Russell D., carpenter, house 72 Foster 

Baker Sarah S., widow of Henry, house 15 Liberty 

Baker Sylvia P., widow, house 168 Acushnet avenue 

Baker Tamar C. Mrs., widow, house 56 Mill 

Baker William PI., carriage painter at G. L. Brownell's, 

boards 14 Mill [son's, Clark 

Balderson Patrick, mule-spinner, boards Robeit Balder- 
Balderson Richard, hair-dresser, 589 Purchase, b. 620 do. 
Balderson Robert, laborer, house Clark 
Baldwin Caroline H., widow of Jeremiah, h. 154 Pleasant 
Baldwin Frank H., florist, rooms 42 North Sixth 
Baldwin George C, on light ship, house 88 High 
Baldwin George W., blacksmith, boards 291 Cedar 
Baldwin Henry W., fruit store, 171 Purchase, h. 17 Durfe'e 
Baldwin James C, hostler S.F. Perry & Son, rooms 42 

North Sixth 
Baldwin William, laborer, house rear Clark, n. Purchase 
Balloch James E., painter, house 36 Cedar 
Ballou Jason L., carpenter, house 45 Wing 
Bamford James H., loom fixer, boards 90Merrimac 
Bamford John M, loom fixer, boards 90 Merrimac 
Bamford Sarah, widow of John, house 90 Meri-imac 
Banford William, loom fixer, boards 90 Merrimac 
Bancroft Frank C, proprietor Bancroft House, 121^ 

Union, and 343 Acushnet avenue, house do. 
Bancroft Julius V., street sprinkler, house 52 No. Second 
Bannister Andrew, overseer Wamsutta mills, house 110 

Merrimac 
Bannister Jesse, weaver Wamsutta Mills, boai'ds Bow- 
ditch, corner Cedar Grove 
Bannister John M. (France & Bannister), 518 Purchase, 

boards 110 Merrimac [near Linden 

Bannister Thomas, weaver, boards Smith's block, State, 
Bannon Lawrence A., stone-cuttei', bds. 269 South Water 
Bannon Patrick, stone-cutter, house 269 South Water 
Baptiste Manuel, seaman, house 16 Howland 
Baptiste Manuel, laborer, house 178 South Water 
Barber Edward E., nurse, house 180 Kempton 
Barber Emily, widow, house 281 South Water 
Barber John R., laborer, house 133 South Orchard 
Barbour William, ship joiner, house 260 South Second 
Barclay Charles J., lieutenant commander (U. S. N.), 

house 13 South Sixth, corner Spring 
Bariteau Antoine, shoemaker, house 9 Austin court 
Bariteau Vetal, laborer, house 192 State 
BARKER ALEXAl^^DER R., oil and candle 

manufacturer, Leonard, house 26 Soutli Sixth 
Barker Charles H., mariner, house 157 Grinnell 
Barker Charles W., jr., master mariner, h. 112 Grinnell 



NEW BEDFORD [B] DIEECTORT. 45 

Barker Elizabeth, widow of Win. T., boards 17 Seventh 
Barker Frank, boards 17 Seventh 

Barker Giles G., siipt. Georsje L. Brownell's carriage man- 
ufactory, Acnshnet avenue, cor. Cannon, h. 20 Bush 
Barker Henry A., carriage painter G. L. Brownell, house 

10 Bonney 
Barker Henry P. Mrs., house 76 County 
Barker John W. (Gifford & Barker), 8 Market square, 

house at Dartmouth 
Barker Lewis, currier, boards 113 Elm 
Barker Isabell M., widow of William T., house Seventh, 

corner Spring 
Barker Lydia W., widow of John S., house 43 Sycamore 
Barker Maria Mrs., housekeeper. Orchard, cor. Clinton 
Barker Mary C., widow, house 10 Spruce 
Barker Robert T., house 98 State 
Barker Stephen, master mariner, house 16 Allen 
Barker William H., mariner, house 279 Acushnet avenue 
Barlow David, weaver, house 18 Fulton court 
Barlow Mark, mule spinner, house 17 Hampton court 
Barnard George F., mariner, house 4 School 
Barnard Lydia T., widow of Geo. F., house 95 Fourth 
Barnes David A., hostler, house 207 Middle 
Barnes Helen M., widow, house 39 Hillman 
Barnes Isaac, salesman C. Maxfield and sexton ■ North 

Congregational church, house 208 Acushnet avenue 
Bai-nes William H., foreman Mt. Washington Glass Co., 

house 158 Grinnell 
Barnett William, slasher, house 289 South Second 
Barney Charles Paul, medical student, boards 11 Pope 
Barney Charlotte Mrs., house 184>^ South Second 
Barney Edwin L., counselor-at-law, office 17j4 North 

Water, house 96 State 
Barney George, house 61 Fourth, corner Bush 
Barnum James E., engineer, house 103 North Second 
Barnum Stephen, carpenter, house Q}4 Liberty 
Barr James, weaver, house 625 Purchase 
Barrett Bartholomew, laborer, house 134 South Water 
Barrett Benjamin, house 130 Kempton 
Barrett Henry, weaver Warasutta Mills, house Wash- 
burn, 4th on right from Acushnet avenue 
Barrett James H,, night watchman Potomska mill, house 

8 County 
Barrett John, painter, house 14 County 
Barrett Richard, laborer, house 55 Mechanics lane 
Barrows Eugene, clerk Sanders Bros., bds. 164 County 
Barrows Frank C., clerk Sanders Bros., bds. 164 County 
Barrows Fred D., painter, boards 164 County 
Barrows George (Barrows, Lawton & Co.), painter, 90 
North Water, house Purchase 



46 NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 

Barrows Isaac N., cooper, house 86 County, cor. Bedford 
Barrows John H., clerk N. B, Copper Co., bds. 164 County- 
Barrows John N., produce, 31, Union, house 164 County 
Barrows Joseph A., laborer, house 161 South First 
Barrows, Lawton & Co. (Geo. Barrows, Joseph M. Law- 
ton, and Thomas T. Manley), painters, 90 No. Water 
Barrows Mary, widow ot Domingo, h. 91 South Water 
Barry James H., pay clerk (U. S. N.), h. 78 South Sixth 
Barry Joannah Mrs., house Robeson, near Ashland 
Barry Richard, laborer, house Washburn, fifth on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Barry William W., paymaster (U. S. N.), h. 78 So. Sixth 
Barstow Charlotte L., widow of Ebenezer T., house South 

Orchard, south of Washington 
Barstow Gideon F., engraver, boards Mansion House, 87 

Union • 
Barstow Mary, widow of Wilson, house 21 Austin 
Barstow Solomon, fruit, etc., 389 Purchase, house 176 

Pleasant 
Bartel Leopold, prop. Manhattan House, 4 Hall's ct.,h. do. 
Bartlett Andrew H., fish market, 8 and 10 South Water, 

house 239 Middle 
Bartlett Bourne S. (J. H. Dean & Co.), h. 22 So. Sixth 
Bartlett Cornelia A., widow of Fayette, h. Ill Arnold 
Bartlett Emily C, widow of Horatio N., h. 120 Pleasant 
Bartlett Frank, candler Thayer & Judd. h. 149 Middle 
Bartlett Fred C. S., lawyer, 35 JSTorth Water, house 188 

William 
Bartlett George F. (I. H. Bartlett & Sons'), commissioQ 

merchant, 15 Hamilton, house 188 William 
Bartlett George F., jr., clerk, 13 Hamilton, b. 188 William 
Bartlett Gideon N., clerk I. H. Bartlett & Sons, boards 

188 William 
Bartlett Harvey (W. A. Bassett & Co.), fish dealer, foot 

of Middle, and 193 Purchase, house Front, n. Middle 
Bartlett Henry, supt., 9 North Sixth, boards do. 
Bartlett Ivory H., jr. (I. H. Bartlett & Sons), commission 

merchant, 15 Hamilton, house 2 North Orchard, be- 
tween Union and Court 
Bartlettt I. H. & Sons (Ivory H. Bartlett, jr., and Geo. F. 

Bartlett), commission merchants, 15 Hamilton 
Bartlett Lydia M., wid. of James N., h. Cedar, cor. Durfee 
Bartlett Mercy K. Miss, teacher Maxfield street primary 

school, boards 9 North Sixth [Sycamore 

Bartlett Robert W., clerk I. H. Bartlett & Sons, house 74 
Bartlett Sarah A., widow of David H., h. 108 So. Seventh 
Bartlett Susan E., widow of Abner, house 9 North Sixth 
Bartlett Wm. H., clerk I. H. Bartlett & Sons, h. 11 Eighth 
Bartley Martin, weaver, boards 23 Austin 



NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 47 

Barton James, shipsmith City wharf, house 7 Greene 
Bascomb Frank, weaver, house 7 Ashley 
Bassett Ellery K., machinist Morse Twist Drill and Ma- 
chine Co., house 1603^ Mill 
Bassett Emma F. Mrs., house 240 County 
Bassett George W., mariner, house 90 Maxfield 
Bassett Harriet B., widow of William C, h. 160)^ Mill 
Bassett Wm. A. (W. A. Bassett & Co.;, fish dealer, foot 

of Middle, and 193 Purchase, house 15 Chestnut 
Bassett Wm. H. R., decorator Smith Bros., h. 339 South 

Water 
Bassett W. A. & Co. (W. A. Bassett and Harvey Bart- 

lett), fish dealers, foot of Middle, and 193 Purchase 
Bastean William, cook, house 1 West Maxfield 
Bastow William, mill operative, house 95 Potomska 
Batchelder Ward C, machinist M. T. D. Co., h. 36 Walnut 
Batchelor Benj. S. Rev., house 1G7 North 
Batchelor Geo. H., clerk N. B. Institution for Savings, 

boards 167 North 
Batchelor Matthew Rev., house North, corner Cypress 
Bates Almira L. Miss, house 45 Spring 
Bates Ann E. Mrs., toys and fancy goods, 14 Pleasant, 

house 178 Union [Acushnet av. 

Bates Edwin J., carriage painter Geo. L. Brownell, h. 219 
Bates James, seaman, house 86 South Sixth 
Bates John A., secretary Gosnold Mills, 566 Acushnet 

ave'nue, house 843 Purchase 
Bates Lot B., house Ashland, cor. Linden 
Bates Orrin, confectioner, house 75 Middle 
Bates Sarah A., widow of James, jr., house 22 North 
Bates Thomas G., foreman M. F. Whittemore, 14 South 

Second, house 72 North 
Bates William, 2d, carpenter, 114 North Second, house 

16 North [178 Union 

Bates William M., confectioner, 15)4 and 16 Pleasant, h. 
Batty Samuel, boards 155 Kempton 
Baxter Cynthia A., widow of James, house 180 County 
Baxter William L., boards 92 State 
Baylies Arthur, clerk, 99 Union, boards 74 Bedford 
Baylies Clifford, clerk. 99 Union, boards 74 Bedford 
Baylies John B., auctioneer and commission merchant, 99 

and 101 Union, house 74 Bedford 
Baylies Lydia A. Mrs., house 2 Seventh 
BavHes Mary S., widow of John, house 90 South Cottage 
BAYLIES WILLIAM, provision dealer, 3 and 4 

Union, house 65 Bedford [Water 

Bay State Laundry Co., E. C. Brett, proprietor, 20 North 
Beach Zilpha, widow, house 116 Pleasant 
Beal Hiram, boot and shoemaker, h. r. 545 Acushnet av. 



48 NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 

Beard George H., shoemaker, house 82 Arnold 

Beard William A., house 165 Union 

Bearse Clarence A., car builder, h. 7 Franklin, c. Pleasant 

Bearse Jas. I., compositor Standard office, h. 82 William 

Beattie Harriet E., widow of Henry, house 117 Hillman 

Beatty Lucy A. Mrs., boots and shoes, 145 Purchase, h. 

129 do. [Hazard 

Beaucherain Araeda, clerk, 221 South Water, house 64 
BEAUVAIS J. ARTHUR (Beauvais & Co.), 

stock broker and pres. Citizen's National Bank, 36 

North Water, house 62 Fifth 
BEAUVAIS & CO. (J. Arthur Beauvais and Thos. 

B. Fuller), stock brokers, 36 North Water 
Beebe Joseph, wood sawyer, house 23 South Second 
Beeden Benjamin, stone worker, house Rockdale avenue 
Beeder Frank, machinist, boards 80 Fifth 
Beetle Charles D., boat builder, boards James Beetle's, 

Butler, near French avenue 
Beetle Charles H., house 272 County 
Beetle James, boat builder, Eddy's wharf, foot of Coffin, 

house Butler, near French avenue 
Beetle James C, boat builder, bds. John Blandine's, city 

farm, French avenue 
Beetle John H., boat builder, bds. James Beetle's, Butler, 

near French avenue [Coun^y 

Beetle Rodolphus, spar maker, 130 North Water, h. 246 
Beetle Walter F., clerk, 58 No. Water, bds. at Fairhaven 
Befuhs William, cabinet maker, house 15 Liberty 
Belden Minnie F., at City Steam Laundry, bds. 65 Elm 
Bell James A., brakeman, house 40 Parker 
Bell Joseph H., carriage worker Geo. L. Brownell, house 

84 South Sixth 
Bell J. H. Mrs., dressmaker, 84 South Sixth, house do. 
Bell Richard A., laborer, house 186 Kempton 
Beninger Anna, widow of Frank, h. Lindsay, n. Kempton 
Benjamin Isaac W., bookkeeper New Bedford Cordage 

Co., house 50 Hill 
Benjamin Louisa Miss, house 7 Elm [Chestnut 

Benjamin Samuel S., carpenter Cordage factory, h. 100 
Bennefield Augustus, laborer, house 95 South Sixth 
Bennett Ada O. Miss, music teacher, h. 178 Grinnell 
Bennett Charles A., machinist, house 22 Morgan 
Bennett Charlotte, widow of Albert, house 65 First 
Bennett George W., blacksmith. Head of the River, house 

Belleville road 
Bennett Henry W., slasher Wamsutta mills, h. foot Wall 
Bennett Jeremiah H., boards 285 Acushnet avenue 
Bennett John, slasher Potomska mills, house 40 Rivet 
Bennett John A., salesman 125 No. Water, bds. 16 Mill 



NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 49 

Bennett Lorenzo D., stone splitter, house 69 Linden 
Bennett liydia Mrs., house 10 Chancery 
Bennett Mary V. Mrs., house 5 Arch 
Bennett Nelson, carpenter, house 141 Summer 
Bennett Pamelia S., widow of Isaac, house 225 Cedar 
Bennett Philip, laborer, house 94 Smith 
Bennett Robert Mrs., house 513 Acushnet avenue 
Bennett Robert G., fancy goods, 38 Purchase, house 47 

Chestnut 
Bennett Samuel, crockery, etc., 80 William, h. 18 Parker 
Bennett Samuel T,, carpenter, house 121 Cedar 
BeuTiett Sophia Mi's., house rear 610 Purchase 
BENNETT SYLVANUS, agent Acushnet Co- 

opei-ative Association, 213 Acushnet avenue, corner 

Russell, house 178 Grinnell 
Bennett Thomas, gardener, 20 Hawthorn, h. 121 Allen 
Bennett Thomas, jr., house 260 County 
Bennett William, baker, house 9 Hillman 
Benoit Cyprien, oiler, house 1 Hampton court 
Benoit Damasse, weaver, house 10 Hampton court 
Benoite Moses, laborer, house 19 North Front 
Benson John H., mason, boards 154 State 
Benson Mary, widow of Samuel, house 95 Allen 
Benson Robert, carpenter, boards 420 Acushnet avenue 
Benson Samuel L., with L. H. Gibbs, house 28 Allen 
Benson William T., master mariner, house 57 Sherman 
Bentley Edwin R., police, h. foot Thomas, n. Sycamore 
Bentley Loring, carder, house 53 Blackmore 
Bentley Mary, widow, house 12 Hazard 
Bentley Samuel E., cai'der, house 56 Acushnet avenue 
Bergen Thomas O., glass cutter, house rear 180 Allen 
Bergeron -Joseph, clei-k, 539 Purchase, h. 215 Pleasant 
Bernard John, mariner, house 151 South Water 
Berthold Herman C, painter, boards Mansion House 
Bertram John, truckman, house Borden, next Bedford 
Bertwhistle Thomas, weaver, house 17 Fulton court 
Besse William H., master mariner, h. 106 Washington 
Besselleu John, laborer, house 42 Bedford 
Besselleu Louisa F. Mrs., tailoress, house 42 Bedford 
Bessette Charles, laborer, house 12 Hampton court 
Bessette Na])oleon, carpentei", house County, n. Austin 
Bessette Peter, card grinder, house 5 Hampton court 
Bessey Daniel, ship-carpenter, house 6 Middle 
Best Christopher G., moulder, house 83 South Second 
Best William Robinson, grocer, 291 South Water, boards 

83 South Second 
Betz Thaddeus, saloon, 84 Union, house 44 Middle 
Bienvenu Michael, weaver, house 202 Pleasant 
Bigelow Samuel N,, boarding-house, 37 Middle 
4 



50 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Birch Robinson, weaver, house 9 Hampton court 
Birchenough Henry, weaver, house 7 Mt. Pleasant 
Bird William B., house 98 Bedford 
Bird William E., house 60 Sycamore 
Bisbee Charles H., clerk F. S. Gifford, house 8 Wing 
Bisbee Frank M., clerk, 107 Union, boards 8 Wing 
Bishop Isaac, driver N. B. street railway, h. 592 Purchase 
Black Mary Ann Mrs,, h. Washburn, cor. North Front 
Blackburn John, weaver, bds. Sawyer, n. Acushnet av. 
Blackburn Robert, weaver, bds. Sawyer, n. Acushnet av. 
Blackburn William, weaver, h. Sawyer, n. Acushnet av. 
Blackburn Wra., jr., weaver, bds. Sawyer, n. Acushnet av. 
Blackie Charles F., shoemaker, 5 Bedford, house 4 Grape 
Blackler William G., ship agent and contractor, office 7 

Ricketson block, house 111 Summer 
Blackraer Charles Mrs., widow, h. Tarkiln, corner Mill 
Blackmer Herbert A., clerk, 122 Purchase, b. 164 Chestnut 
Blacknaer John, laborer, house 164 Chestnut 
Blackwell Henry, carpenter, house 212 Suhimer 
Blackwell Scipio, engineer Geo. Delano & Co., house 90 

South Sixth 
Blain William H., engineer O. C. R. R., house 29 Mill 
Blair Agnes, widow of William, house 210 Middle 
Blair William Henry, laborer, house 136 South Orchard 
Blair Wm. H., laborer, 60 Union, bds. 136 So. Orchard 
Blake Angeline, widow of Ebenezer, house 76 Linden 
Blake James E., druggist and apothecary, 64 No. Second, 

house 75 Kenipton 
Blake Latimer, grocer, Acushnet avenue, house do. 
Blake Mary J., widow of Wm. P., h. foot Turner's court 
Blake Sarah, widow, house 75 Kempton 
Blakeley Mathew, farmer, house Plainville 
Blanchard Herbert W., bookkeeper New Bedford Copper 

Co., Rodman, boards 366 Purchase 
Blanchard Martin, carpenter, house 366 Purchase 
Blanchard Martin, jr., engineer S. F. E. No. 5, house 107 

Hillman 
Blanding Benjamin J., farmer, h. Middle road, Clark's pt. 
Blanding John, farmer City Farm, Clark's point road, h. 

French avenue, Clark's ^^oint 
Blanding John Frank, farmer City Farm, Clark's point 

road, bds. John Blanding's, French av., Clark's point 
Blanding Stephen R., jig sawyer Peirce & Bushnell, bds. 

John Blanding's, French avenue, Clark's point 
Blaney Ellen Mi's., widow, house rear 31^-^ Middle 
Bliem John Ferdinand, tailor, 113 Union, h. 26 Dartmouth 
Bliss Arthur, glazier, boards 280 Acushnet avenue 
Bliss Charles, gardener, house 34 Arnold 
Bliss Chas. M., hackman Sam'l S. Bliss, bds. 169 Griunell 



i!^EW BEDFOKD [B] DIRECTORY. 51 

Bliss David S. (Bliss & Nye), crockery, 121 Union, house 
163 Acushnet avenue 

Bliss D. Edward, clerk, 121 Union, bds. 163 Acushnet av. 

BLISS FRANK C., groceries and provisions, Wash- 
ington sq., South Sixth, corner Grinuell, house do. 

Bliss Frederic P., shoemaker Hathaway, Soule & Har- 
rington, house 101 Allen 

Bliss George, nurse and gardener, house 175 Grinnell 

Bliss George C, florist, boards 34 Arnold 

Bliss George H., clerk, 65 William, h. 209 Acushnet av. 

Bliss Henry, carpenter, house 56 Arnold 

Bliss Henry L., carriage maker G. L. Brownell, boards 
169 Grinnell 

Bliss H*-;nry L,, janitor city library building, boards 280 
Acushnet avenue 

Bliss John, clerk Samuel S. Bliss, boards 169 Grinnell 

Bliss John, coachman, 47 Allen, boards do. 

Bliss Joseph N,, h. Beach, c. North, Cannon ville 

Bliss Levi A., at Geo. L. Brownell's, boards 169 Grinnell 

Bliss Moses H., carpenter, 38 Russell, house 40 do. 

Bliss Phcebe M., widow of George, house 40 Russell 

Bliss Rolie, house 40 Russell 

BLISS SAMUEL S., hack and livery stable, 28 Bed- 
lord, house 169 Grinnell 

Bliss Samuel W., boards 169 Grinnell 

Bliss Susan, widow of Samuel, house Clark's point 

Bliss Thomas, Central Union Association, 5 North Sixth, 
house 90 County 

Bliss Wm,, clerk E. Haskell & Co., house 91 Walden 

Bliss William H., fort keeper Clark's point, house do. 

Bliss William H., clerk, boards 34 Arnold 

Bliss Williams H., bookkeeper Eureka Flour Mill, house 
163 Acushnet avenue 

Bliss & Nye (David S. Bliss and Obed C. Nye), crock- 
ery, etc., 121 Union 

Blomley Joseph, picture frame maker, h.213 Pleasant 

Blood Charles H., law student, 35 North Water, boards 
17 Seventh [Maxfield 

Bloorafield Amy A., widow of Charles, honsekeeper 110 

Blossom Simpson J., carpenter, house 25 Willis 

Bly Adeline H., widow, house 412 Acushnet avenue 

Bly Charles M., merchant, house 89 North Second 

Bly Ezra K., overseer in Chemical Works, h. 14 Morgan 

Bly Horatio N., calker, house 76 Mill 

Bly Leslie A., machinist, house 14 Crapo 

Bly Orlando F., picture frame maker, bds. 89 No. Second 

Bly Susan S., widow, house 61 Kempton 

Boardman James, weaver, house 3 Seneca 

Boardman John W., weaver, boards 3 Seneca 



52 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIREOTOEY. 

Boavdman Nancy, widow, house 184 Pleasant 
BOARBMAN THOMAS, grocer, 587 Purchase, 

house 184 Pleasant 
Boden Edward, jr., music and musical instruments, 47 

Purchase, house 60 Thomas 
Bodfish Asa Rev., pastor Fourth Street Methodist Epis- 
copal church, house 33 County 
Boivine Mazaire, cabinet maker, house 16 Hampton ct. 
Bolles George H., mariner, boards 44 Arnold 
Bolles Henry C, telegraph operator, 26 North Water, h. 

84 Forest 
Bolles John N., ship-carpenter, house 44 Arnold 
Bolton Thomas, blacksmith, boards 190 Elm 
Bond Nettie A., widow of Charles "W., house 91 High 
Bonham Joseph F., law student, bds. Mansion House 
Bonneau Mary, widow, house 11 Hampton court 
•Bonnell Joseph, operative, house foot of Merrimac 
Bonney Charles A., 2d, shoe-cutter, house 3 Borden 
Bonney Charles A. Mrs., house 78 Kempton 
Bonney Charles T., lawyer, 42>^ North Water, house 95 
Orchard [Orchard 

Bonney Charles T., jr., asst. teacher High school, h. 95 
Bonney Elizabeth A., widow of Henry M., h. 76 County 
Bonney James T., shoe-cutter, house South Orchard, south 

of Washington 
Bonney Josiah S., boots and shoes, 118 Washington, h. 

South Orchard, south of Washington 
Bonney William H., painter, boards 76 County 
Bonney William L., New Bedford Novelty Co., Pleasant, 

corner Mechanics lane, house 52 Mill 
Bonney William M., cook, house 73 Hillman 
Bonney William W., shoemaker, house 156 Grinnell 
Boomer Edwin A., salesman, 4 and 6 Purchase, liouse 10 

Hillman 
Boone Eliza C. Miss, dressmaker, boards 38 Bedford 
Boone Mary E., widow of WiUiam H., h. 38 Bedford 
Booth Albert, stone worker, house Vine, corner Durfee 
Booth Albert F., former, h. Kempton, n. Jenny Lind 
Booth Benjamin T., shoemaker, house 32 Hillman 
Booth Christopher R., carpenter, house 152 William 
Booth Darius, farmer, h, Kempton, n. Dartmouth line 
Booth Edward H., car inspector N. B. R. R., house Dur- 
fee, opposite Vine 
Booth Frank A., bookkeeper Geo. Delano & Co., South 

Second, corner South, boards 576 Purchase 
Booth Frank W., engineer, bds. 180 Acushnet avenue 
Booth Frank W., laborer Gilford & Allen 
Booth Hannah, widow of Elijah, house 93 Smith 
Booth Henry B., farmer, bds. A. J. Robinson's, Acushnet 
avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [B] DIEECTORY. 53 

Booth Henry E., boards 32 Hillraan 

Bootli Henry N., laborer, house 178 Soutli Second 

Booth James, weaver, boards 5 Fulton court 

Booth Joshua, loom fixer \Yamsutta mills, h. 5 Fulton ct. 

Booth MaryB., wid. of Chas. W., h. 218 Acushnet av. 

Booth Nathaniel G., wood dealer, 123 South Second, h. 

180 Acushnet avenue 
Booth Seth, farmer, house Kempton, near Watson 
Bootii Stephen W. (Mercury Publisliiiig Co.), house 152 

William 
Booth Thomas, carpenter, house 508 Purchase 
Booth Wm. P., officer House of Correction, house 56 

North Sixth 
Booth Wai. N., shoemaker, h. Kempton, Cannonville 
Booth Wm. P., officer H. of C, house 56 North Sixth 
Booth Zachariah (Fall River), house 576 Purchase 
Boothman John,, weaver, boards 702 Purchase 
Borden Alanson, counselor-at-law and judge of 3d Dis- 
trict Court of Bristol, rooms 22 and 23 Robeson 
building, house Ashland, corner Ashley 
Borden Alice B. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 74 South Second 
Borden Anna B., widow of Abraham E., dressmaker, h. 

4 Crapo 
Borden Annie E. L. Miss, bookkeeper New Bedford Five 

Cents Savings Bank, boards 39 Fourth 
Borden Arthur F., boards 101 Chestnut 
Borden Caroline, widow, house 140 North Second 
Borden Charles F., pattern maker, house 24 Bedford 
Borden Charles H., carpenter, hou>e 239 Cedar 
Borden Charles M., farmer, house Butler 
Borden Charles W., coachman Jonathan Bourne, house 

30 Bedford 
Borden David A., laborer, house 82 Arnold 
Borden Emery, farmer, house Plainville road 
Borden George, farmer at Mrs. Terry's, Rockdale avenue 
Borden George B., fiirraer, house Rockdale avenue 
Borden Gilbert B., master mariner, house 63 Thomas 
Borden Joseph S., carpenter, 92 North Front, house 520 

Acushnet avenue 
Borden Joseph W., waiter (Boston), house 26 Wing 
Borden Lydia T. Mrs., h. Rockdale avenue, n. Kempton 
Borden Mary B., widow of Daniel, house 39 Fourth 
Borden Otis B., farmer, bds. E. Borden's, Plainville road 
Borden Rebecca H., widow of Charles A., h. 159 State 
Borden Thomas E., stevedore, house 101 Chestnut 
Borden Thomas J., machinist Morse Twist Drill Compa- 
ny, house 5 Grape 
Borden William A., farmer, bds. A. Borden's, Ashland 
BOSTOIS" EXPRESS, Hatch & Co., 5 Ricketson 
block 



64 NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bosworth Alonzo, sail maker, bouse 10 Griffin 
Bosworth Charles W-, carpenter, house 40 Smith 
Bosworth Darius, carpenter, house 103 South Sixth 
Bosworth Ruby, widow of Darius, house 3 Willis 
Bosworth Ruby M. Miss, teacher Parker street grammar 

school, boards 3 Willis 
Bosw'orth Samuel H., carpenter, house 103 South Sixth 
Bosworth Sarah, widow, house 106 Fouith 
Bosworth Sarah S,, widow of Geo. W., h, 20 Sherman 
Bosworth Willard E. (W. Bosworth & Son), carpenter, 
92 and 93 North Front and 125 Hazard's wharf, h. 
at Acushnet 
Bosworth William (W. Bosworth & Son), carpenter, 92 
and 93 North Front, and 125 Hazard's wharf, house 
3 West Willis 
Bosworth William & Son (Wm. and Willard E. Bos- 
worth), carpenters and builders, 92 and 93 North 
Front, and 125 Hazard's wharf 
Bouchay Louis, laborer, house 187 State 
Bouchay Louis, laborer, house 3 North Front 
Bouchay Marshall, weaver, house rear 178 State 
Bouchay Napoleon, laborer, h. rear 720 Acushnet avenue 
Bouchay Rosalie, widow, house 11 North Front 
Boulais Alexander, weaver, house 241 South Water 
Bourdeau Etienne, laborei", house 15 Logan 
Bourdeau Joseph, weaver, bds. Washburn, c. No. Front 
Bourdeau Joseph, peddler, house 15 Logan 
Bourne Alvin E., carpenter, house 53 Cypress 
Bourne Ellen M. Miss, indelible ink marker, 86 Pleasant, 

boards do. 
Bourne George A. (Geo. A. Bourne & Son), auction and 

commission merchant, 41 William, h. 266 County 
Bourne George A., shoemakei-, house 110 Fifth 
BOURNE GEO. A. & SON (George A. and Stan- 
dish Bourne), au.ction and com. mers., 41 William 
Bourne Henry D., carpenter N. B. Copper Works, house 

49 Sycamore 
BOURNE JONATHAN, merchant, 3 Merrill's 
wharf, and president Merchants National Bank, 50 
North Water, house Orchard, corner Clinton 
Bourne Jonathan, jr., house Orchard, corner Clinton 
Bourne Louisa, widow of Edwin, house 86 Pleasant 
Bourne Nelson, shoemaker, 112 Kempton, house do. 
Bourne Standish (Geo. A. Bourne & Son), merchant, 41 

William, boards 266 County 
Boutelle Carl, machinist, house 21 Wing 
Boutelle Helen, widow, house 10 South Second 
Bowe Alexander, tanner, boards 9 Chancery 
Bowen Charles L., clerk, boards 469 Acushnet avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 55 

Bowen Chfirles T., broora maker, bds. 469 Acushnet av. 
Bowen George S. (Geo. S. Bowen & Co.), painter and 

broom ranfr., 30 and 32 Union, h. 469 Acushnet av. 
Bowen Horatio N., machinist Potomska mills, house 50 

Acushnet avenue [house 10 Ashley 

Bowen John A., spinning second hand Wamsutta mills, 
Bowen Thomas R., teamster, h. 787 Purchase, cor. Clark 
Bowen Willinm H., undertaker, 54 William, house 56 do. 
Bowen Wm. J., carpenter, Atlantic wharf, h. French av. 
Bowes John, glass blower, house 14 County 
Bowie Edwin R. (Collins & Bowie"), pattern maker, house 

66 Dartmouth [66 Dartmouth 

Bowie Elkanah H., pattern maker, 90 South Water, house 
Bowie Samuel R., glass decorator, 386 Acushnet avenue, 

house 233 Acushnet avenue 
Bowker Edward E. (Bowker & Tripp), machinist, house 

9 Hillnaan 
Bowker Mary, widow of Daniel, house 291 So. Second. 
Bowker William, weaver in Wamsutta mills, house rear 

650 Acushnet avenue 
BOWKEK & TKIPP (Edward E. Bowker and 

Frank S. Tripp), boot and shoe machinery, North 

Water, corner North 
Bowie Edmund, master mariner, house 71 Fourth 
Bowles Samuel W., farmer, house Belleville road, side of 

Acushnet river 
Bowling Jeremiah, currier, house 601 Acushnet avenue 
Bowman Asa, carpenter, house 30 South, cor. So. Front 
Bowman Eliza Mrs., house 150 Elm 
Bowman George C, carpenter, boards 263 Purchase 
Bowman George L., house 12 Emerson 
Bowman Henry T. (Hathaway & Bowman), house and 

ship joiner, 20 Elm, house 263 Purchase 
Bowman H. Alice Miss, dry goods and millinery, 184 

County, house 142 Kempton 
Bowman Joseph B., carpenter, house 142 Kempton 
Bowman Joshua B., house carpenter, house 283 Cedar 
Bowman Mary A., boards 142 Kempton 
Bowman Richard, glass maker, house 177 South Water 
Bowman Seth G., carpenter, house 68 Mill 
Bowman Thomas, bonrds 142 Kempton 
Bowser Ann Mrs., house 166 Kempton 
Bowser John, laborer, house 71 Ash 
Boyd Israel T., jeweler, 671 Purchase, house 677 do. 
Boyer Louis, carder, boards 10 Austin court 
Boyer Petei", laborer, house 10 Austin court 
Boyer Peter, jr., laborer, boards 10 Austin court 
Boyle Daniel, laborer, house North Chancery 
Boyle Mary, widow of Hugh, h. County, cor. Penniman 



56 NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTOET. 

Boyle Neil, laborer, house County, corner Clark 

Boyle Patrick, card stripper, boards 5- Wall 

Boyle Patrick P., laborer, house 18 Oak 

Boyle Thomas, watchman Mt. Washington Glass Co., 

house 20 Oak 
Boyntou Amos, carder, boards 735 Purchase, opp. Logan 
Bradford Alvin F., peddler, house 346 South Water 
Bradford Charles R., clerk, house 65 High 
Bradford Fred A., machinist, boards 218 Union 
Bradford George S. P., ordnance sergeant in charge fort, 

Clark's point, house do. 
Bradford James B., clerk 179 Acushnet av., boards 181 do. 
Bradford Rebecca, widow of Charles, h. 190 Acushnet av. 
Bradford Wm. L,, clerk, 213 Acushnet avenue, corner 

Russell, house 30 Dartmouth 
Bradley Geo. E., picture frame maker Pierce & Bushnell, 

house 19 Maxfield [house 13 Bush 

Bradley Gilbert L. (Lewis & Bradley), boilei'-maker, 
Bradley Horace D., carriage painter G. L. Brownell, house 

76 Fifth [94 State 

Brady Frank J. (W. H. Satterlee & Co.), teas, etc., rooms 
Brady John E., mariner, house 146 North Second 
Brady Peter, laborer, house 585 Acushnet avenue 
Bragle Frank, laborer, boards Manhattan House 
Braley Alonzo H., painter, 96 Kempton, house 118 High 
Braley Alden, carpenter, house 75 Hill man 
Braley Antho H., carpenter, house Linden court 
Braley Charles G., laborer, house 74 North Second 
Braley Chas. H., painter Hart & Akin, h. 283 So. Second 
Braley Charles H. Mrs., proprietor Fearing House, 283 

South Second, house do. 
Braley Elizabeth, widow of Amos, house Head of the River 
Braley George F., mariner, house 1 Braleyville road. 
Braley Henry H., clerk, 214 County, boards 225 do. 
Braley Horatio B., blacksmith, house Belleville road 
BRALEY JASPER W., grocer, 214 and 216 

County, house 225 do. 
Braley Jerome B., ship-carpenter, h. od on Braleyville rd. 
Braley John S., carpenter, house 223 County 
Braley Lorinda, widow of Abram, house 23 Sycamore 
Braley Loring, master mariner, boards 64 Bedforjd 
Braman Alonzo, bakei-, h. 100 South Second, cor. Cannon 
Braman George E., machinist, boards 100 South Second 
Braman George H., cooper, house 100 South Second 
Branan George II., clerk, 201 Purchase, boards 203 do. 
Branan Margaret Mrs., new and second-hand articles, 201 

Purchase, house 203 do. 
Branan Richard H., house 203 Purchase [n. Linden 

Branchaud Francois, carpenter, house Smith's blk., State 



NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 57 

Brand Thomas, gardener, 110 County, house do. 
Brannan George, laborer, house 722 Purchase 
Brannan William, in Copper Works, house County, cor- 
ner Clark 
Brasseun Andrew, carpenter, honse 292 South Water 
Brault Napoleon, card grinder, house Washburn, corner 

North PVont 
Brawley Levi W., farmer, house Washburn, last on left 

from Acnshnet avenue 
BRAY WOOD A. M. MRS., hairworker, 350 Pur- 
chase, honse 352 do. 
Braywood George H., mariner, honse 352 Purchase 
Brennan Michael, operative, house Bowditch, n. Sawyer 
Brennan Michael L., house West Willis, near Emerson 
Brennan Patrick, jr., weavei', boards 195 Pleasant 
Brenning John P., gardener Chas. L. Wood, 198 Union, 

house 6 Chestnut 
Brett Celia Miss, matron Orphans Home, Clark's point 

road, corner Cove 
Brett Eliza A. Mrs., assistant matron Orphans Home, 

Clark's point road, corner Cove 
Brett Ezra C. (Bay State Laundry), 20 North Water, 

house 3 Court 
Brett James E., mariner, house 7 Gifford's lane 
Brett Nathaniel li., blacksmith, boards 279 Acushnet av. 
Bi'ett Pliny O., driver Bay State Laundry, bds. 3 Court 
Bridge John, laborer, house 787 Purchase, corner Clark 
Briggs Andrew C, in Twist Drill Works, h. 60 Dartmouth 
Brings Caleb C, farmer, house Plainville 
BRIG-GS CHARLES, surveyor of lumber and fore- 
man City Planing Mills, Leonard's wharf, house 175 
Acushnet avenue 
Briggs Charles F., teamster, house 147 Fourth 
Briggs Charles H. (Briggs & Lawrence), h. 229 Acushnet 

avenue 
Briggs Cynthia, widow, house 496 Acushnet avenue 
Briggs Daniel D., engineer C Howland S. F. E., No. 4, 

boards 50 Bedford 
Briggs David C, engineer City Planing Mills, h. 8 Grape 
Briggs Earl C, house 80 Hillman 
Briggs Elihu, carpenter, house 141 Acushnet avenue 
Briggs Elizabeth, widow of Abel, house 197 County 
Briggs George E., carpenter, boards 141 Acushnet av. 
Briggs Geoi-ge L., newsdealer O. C. K. R., h. 209 Purchase 
Briggs Henry W., carpenter, 130 North Water, house 44 

Chestnut 
•Briggs James C, bookkeeper, 33 Commercial, h. 5 Lincoln 
Briggs Julia, widow of Daniel, house 7 liicketson court 
Briggs Lawrence, master mariner, h. 496 Acushnet av. 



58 NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 

Briggs Lizzie P. Miss, teacher High school 

Briggs Nathan C, master mariner, house Acushnet av., 

near Tarkihi hill road 
Briggs Oliver, ship-carpenter, house 156 Mill 
Briggs Roswell K., mariner, house 81 Summer 
Briggs Sarah B., widow of Benjamin W,, house 16 Griffin 
Briggs Sophia M., widow of Nathan, house 5 Lincoln 
Briggs Stephen H., assistant foreman Morse Twist Drill 

and Machine Co., house 77 County 
Briggs William P., overseer cloth room Potomska mills, 

house Grinnell, near Fourth 
BRIGG-S & I. AWIIENCE_ (Charles H. Briggs 

and James W. Lawrence), furniture, 147)^ Union 
Brightman Albert, tinsmith, house 77 Allen 
Brightman Albert R., jeweler, boards 119 Maxfield 
Brightman Arthur G., mason, boards 215 County 
Brightman Charles O., stair builder, house 100 Kempton 
Brightman Daniel W., cooper, house 7 Division 
Brightman Edward E., carpenter, bds. Wm. J. Bowen's, 
French avenue [215 County 

Brightman Edward P., tinman, 45 North Water, boards 
Brightman Ellery R., mason, house 63 Cypress 
Brightman Frank C, at Morse Twist Drill Co., b. 77 Allen 
Brightman Frederick, carpenter, house 8 North Bonney 
Brightman Fred. R. (Leander & F. R. Brightman), cloth- 
ing, 15 South Water, house 280 Acushnet avenue 
Brightman George, tinman, 45 No. Water, h. 106 Chestnut 
Brightman George C, laborer, house 230 South Water 
Brightman Geo. W., clerk, 211 Purchase, b. 119 Maxfield 
Brightman Gideon, house 46 Smith 
Brightman Hannah Miss, house 65 Spruce 
Brightman Harry S., ropemaker, boards 77 Allen 
Brightman Jacob (Brightman & Washburn), stair builder, 

51 to 55 North Water, house do. 
Brightman Leander (Leander & F. R. Brightman), cloth- 
ing, 15 South Water, house 29 Bush 
Brightman Lizzie B., teacher Middle street grammar 

school, boards 77 Allen 
Brightman Nathan P. (Wood, Brightman & Co.), tin 
plate and sheet iron worker, 45 No. Water, h. 107 Elm 
Brightman Nicolas, laborer, house 106 Fourth 
Brightman Oliver P. (Wood, Brightman & Co.), tin plate 
and sheet iron worker, 45 No. Water, h.215 County 
Brightman Robert G., teamster, house 61 Grinnell 
Brightman William, carpenter, house 64 Spruce 
Brightman William A., shoemaker Hathaway, Soule & 

. Harrington, boards 10 Bedford 
BKIGHTMAN & WASHBURN (Jacob Bright- 
man and L. R. Washburn), stair builders, 51, 53 and 
55 North Water 



NEW BEDFOKD [B] DIEECTORT. 59 

Briley Samuel, clerk, 595 Purchase, house do. 
Briordy Phillip, ropeniaker, house 12B Arnold 
BRISTOL COUNTY MUTUAL FIKE IKS. 

CO., Geo. N. Alden, sec. and treas., 44 No. Water 
Broad meadow Simeon, machinist, house Durfee 
Brock Geo. P., boat builder, boards 80 Fifth 
Brock Herbert N., clerk, 7 South Watei', house South 

Front, near Blackmore 
Brock Jethro C, deputy sheriff, office, William, corner 

Bethel, house 7 Allen [Sherman 

Brock Joliu R., second mat-e Warren B. Pottei-, house 37 
Brock Shubael F., house 37 Sherman 
Brodeau Napoleon, weaver, house 14 Hampton court 
Brogan Edward, mariner, house 188 South First 
Bromley William, weaver, house 230 South Second 
Bronson George, clerk, 59 Purchase, b. 1043 Acushnet av. 
Brook Charles H., confectionery and fruit, 56 Purchase, 

house 58 do. [Acushnet river 

Brooks Arthur E. H., farmer, house Belleville road, opp. 
Brooks George, shoemaker, house 5 Walnut 
Brooks John F., mariner, house head North Bonney 
Brooks Nathan B., hack driver, house 105 Fourth 
Brown Andrew J., job wagon, First, corner Union, house 

45 Wing, next County 
Brown Benjamin C, ship joiner, head of Geo. Howland's 

. wharf, house 58 Campbell 
Brown Caroline E. Miss, teacher Fifth street grammar 

school, bds. Washington, cor. Dartmouth 
Brown Charles H., teamster, bds. 52 Pleasant 
Brown Cynthia, widow of John E., house 28 County av. 
Brown David, tanner, house Rockdale avenue 
Brown David, mason, bouse 13 Hazard court 
Brown David H,, painter, house 97 Smith 
Brown Edward, shoemaker, house 17 Cannon 
Brown Edward S., teller Citizens National Bank, 36 

North Water, boards Bancroft House 
Brown Eliza H., widow of William C, house 82 Mill 
Brown Elizabeth, widow, house 12 North 
Brown Eugene F, .(Gilford & Co.), merchant tailor, 113 

Union, house 8 Fifth 
Brown Frank C, clerk Mercury office, bds. 28 County av. 
Brown Fraid? E., bomb maker, 12 William, h. at Fairhaven 
Brown Garrett, coal shoveler, house 4 Bush 
Brown George, weaver, boards 661 Purchase 
Brown George (Brown & Co.), house at Fairhaven 
Brown George F., clerk, 251 Purchase, house 410 do. 
Brown Geo.lJ., lawyer, 17^ No. Water, bds. 108 Union 
Brown Geo. W., currier Job Wade, house Chauncey 
Brown Hannah S., widow of Thomas, house 46 Bedford 



60 NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 

Brown Harriet Mi'S., house 136 South Orchard 
Brown Henry G., horse trainer, house 4 Lincoln 
Brown Herbert A., house and sliip joiner, b. 58 Campbell 
Brown Horace M., physician, room 1, Ricketson block, 

boards do. 
Brown Jacob, shoemaker, 21 Centre, house do. 
Brown James, weaver, bds. State, cor. Linden 
Brown James, di'ill maker, boards 97 Smith 
Brown James, farmer, house rear 1042 Acushnet avenue, 

east side, next south Davis 
Brown James 11., frame polisher, house Jenuey, n. Court 
Brown Jane, widow, house 3 Walnut 
Brown Jeremiah R., carpenter, foot of Maxfield, opp. No. 

Second, house 194 Summer 
Brown John, calker, boards 113. Elm 
Brown John, laborer, house rear 65 Summer 
Brown John, laborer, house rear 41 Middle 
Brown John, livery and hack stable, 404 Acushnet ave- 
nue, house 30 Elm 
Brown John II. D., calker, h. West Wall, from Court 
Brown Joseph, seaman, house 155 South Water 
Brown Julia Mrs., house 61 Cedar 
Brown Kennedy, weaver, house 197 State 
Brown Lloyd B., grocer, 175 Kernpton, house do. 
Brown Louisa^ widow, house 74 Kempton 
Brown Lydia C, widow of Dedrich, house 31 Pleasant 
Brown Marian, widow, house 182 Kempton 
Brown Mary E. Miss, assistant librarian public library, 

boards 145 Middle 
Brown Nathan M. (Brown & Upham), fish market, 34 

Mill, house 14 Mill 
Brown Oliver F. (Purrington & Brown), china and glass 

ware, 59 Purchase, house 15 South Cottage 
Brown Oliver H. P., house 1 Seventh 
Brown Patrick, laborer N.B. copper works, h.791 Purchase 
Brown Peace, widow of Lawton, h, Rockdale avenue 
Brown Phoebe R., widow of Thomas D., h. 7 W. Maxfield 
Brown Philip C, harness maker, 9 Purchase, house 38 

Kempton 
Brown Philip M., engineer, house 219 Middle 
Brown Salisbury, house 8 Emerson 
Brown Samuel B., laborer, house 53 Howland 
Bi-own Selina, widow of D. G., house 5 Hampton court 
Brown Thomas, carriage painter Geo. L. Brownell, house 

56 First 
Brown Uriah, waiter, house 13 West Middle 
Brown William, house Washburn, 3d on the left from 

Acushnet avenue 
Brown William Felix, master mariner, h. 145 Middle 



NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 61 

Brown William L. G., florist, house 193 Cedar 
Brown William S., florist, 193 Cedar, house do. 
Brown & Co. (George Brown and William Crook), ship- 
wrights, 22 Commercial 
Brown & Upham (Nathan M. Brown and W. O. T. Up- 

ham\ fish market, 34 Mill 
BROWNELL ALBION T., house 97 Fourth 
Brownell Alfred M., carpenter, house 44 County 
Brownell Andrew P., house 182 Gripnell 
BROWNELL, ASHLEY & CO. (J. Augustus 

Brownell and Joshua B. Ashley), carriage mnfrs. and 

horse shoers, 16, 20, and 22 Fourth, corner Spiing 
BroAvnell Belle H. Miss, dressmaker, 101 Cedar, h. do, 
BROWNELL BENJAMIN E., treasurer Central 

Union Association, 5 North Sixth, house 58 Hill 
Brownell Benjamin S., mason, house Shawmut avenue 
Brownell Charles F. (Charles F. Brownell & Co.), mine- 
ral water, 180 County, house do. 
BROWNELL CHARLES F. & CO. (Charles 

F. Brownell and John Q. Faunce), mineral and soda 

water, 180 County 
Brownell Charles Henry, carpenter, Eddy's wharf, house 

102 Fourth 
Brownell Charles H., farmer, bds. Thomas E. Simmons', 

Plainville 
Brownell Chas. T. (O. G. Brownell & Son), 51 Purchase, 

bds. Mt. Pleasant, Acushnet heights 
Brownell Charles W., house 13 Morgan 
Brownell Daniel Hicks, mason, house 185 North 
Brownell Edgar F. A., gents' furnishing goods, etc., 23 

Pui-chase, house 547 do. 
Brownell Ephraim, at Ciiemical Works, house. 101 Cedar 
Brownell E. C, (Brownell & Lapham), provisions. Sixth, 

corner Market square, boards 76 County 
Brownell Fally B., widow of Wilber, house 93 Fourth 
Brownell Francis, teamster, house 65 Forest 
Brownell Frank P., student of fine arts, h. 104 Maxfield 
Brownell Frederick, gardener, house 15 North Cottage 
Brownell Frederick A., bookkeeper, 16 Fourth c. Spring, 

boards 147 Middle 
Brownell Frederick A., wood worker G. L. Brownell, 

house 129 Acushnet avenue 
Brownell Frederick A., house 15 Cottage 
Brownell Geo., carpenter Cordage factory, house 39 Arch 
Brownell George, laborer, house 183 Kempton 
Brownell George A., carpenter, house 103 Ash 
Brownell Geo. A., teamster, house 57 Grinnell 
Brownell George H., driver New Bedford Ice Co., 9 

Fourth, house 75 Chestnut 



62 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

BKOWNELL GEORGIE L.,manufactuvev and deal- 
er in carriages and hearses, Acushnet avenue, corner 
Cannon, house North Orchard, corner Court 
Brownell Gilbert K., shoemaker, 191 Purchase, boards 101 

Cedar 
Brownell Herbert J. (Herbert J. Brownell & Co.), paint 

manufacturers. School, corner First, h. 58 Sycamore 
BROWI^EIiL HERBERT J. & CO. (Herbert J. 
Brownell), manufacturers paints and oils, School, coi'- 
ner First 
BROWNEEL HOLDER M., proprietor Parker 
House, Purchase, corner Middle, and hack, livery and 
boarding stable, 60 and 62 Elm 
BroMaiell Isaac M., farmer Charles Wormell, Plain ville 
BrownellJas. D., house Acushnet av., south of Division 
Brownell John A., job wagon. First, corner Union, house 
162 North [Acushnet avenue 

Brownell John F., foreman, 24 South Second, boards 299 
Brownell Joseph, j)oultry man, house Bowditch, corner 

Cedar Grove 
Brownell J. Augustus (Brownell, Ashley & Co.), carriage 
mnfr., 16, 20, and 22 Fourth, and lumber (Western 
Lumber Co.), 16 Fourth, house 147 Middle 
Brownell Leander (Mosher & Brownell), h. 104 Maxfield 
Brownell Lemuel, house 177 Mill 

Brownell Lucy S., widow of Thomas, house 28)^ Bedford 
Brownell Luther, harness maker, 33 Purchase, boards 

Richards' dining room, 357 Acushnet avenue 
Brownell Lydia, widow of Joseph, house 39 Spring 
Brownell Mary W., widow of Jeremiah, house 464 Acush- 
net avenue 
Brownell Milton A., carpenter, house 101 Fourth 
Brownell Myron M., clerk Market square, corner Sixth, 

boards 58 Hill 
Brownell O. G. (O. G. Brownell & Son), house Mt. 

Pleasant, Acushnet heights 
Brownell O. G. & Son (O. G. and Charles T. Brownell), 

small wares, 51 Purchase 
Brownell Oliver M. Mrs., house 21-1 Acushnet avenue 
Brownell Nellie E, Mrs., house 108 Pleasant 
Brownell Perry, Hvery and boarding stable, 24 South 

Second, house 299 Achushnet avenue 
Brownell Samuel R., blind maker, house 155 Summer 
Brownell Sarah L., widow of Charles H., house 106 High 
Brownell Sherrad, teamster, house 437 Purchase 
Brownell Wra. E., physician, room 5 Parker House, b. do. 
Brownell William H. P., agent N. B. &. N. Y. S. S. Co., 

house 190 Union 
Brownell William O., estate of. No. Front, cor. Central 



NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 63 

BR0W:N"ELL. WILLI4M O., house 79 North 
Brownell William S., clerk New Bedford Tool Co., house 

65 Elm 
Brownell Wright, house 38 Fourth 
Brownell & Laphara (E. C. Brownell and R. Lapham), 

provisions. Sixth, corner Market square 
Browning Clark, macliinist Gosnold mills, h. 540 Purchase 
Brownson Leonard B., farmer, house 1043 Acushnet av. 
Bruce William, carpenter, house 1203^ Summer 
Bryam Lewis, waiter Parker House, boards 65 Elm 
Bryant Aaron C, picture frame maker, b. 61 Walden 
Bryant Abby F. Miss, teacher William street j^rimary 

school, house at North Dartmouth 
Bryant Daniel B., painter, house 610 Purchase 
Bryant Emery H., road master O. C. R. R., h. 104 State 
Bryant Frederick Mrs., house 26 Seventh, corner School 
Bryant Frank W,, agent Thomas Hersom, house 47 Me- 
chanics lane 
Bryant George, mariner, house 658 Acushnet avenue 
Bryant Herbert P., merchant, house 30 Seventh 
Bryant Israel T. (Bryant & Pierce), provision dealer, 174 

County, house 11 North Cottage 
Bryant James L., driver Onward S. F. E. No. 1, boards 

116 Pleasant 
Bryant Lewis, porter, house 208 Middle 
Bryant Mary R., widow of Wm. F., h. 91 South Second 
Bryant N. L. (Hersom & Bryant), boards 105 North 

Water, rooms 47 Mechanics lane 
Bryant Peter, operative, house 196 State 
Bryant Seth, house Mill, corner Beach, Cannonville 
Bryant Seth E., police, house 1 Mount Pleasant 
Bryant & Pierce (Israel T. Bryant and Ellery Pierce), 

provision dealers, 174 County 
Buchanan Alice S., widow of Thomas, h. 27 Chestnut 
Buchter Frank, draftsman Morse Twist Drill Co., hous^ 

131 South Orchard 
Buckley Cornelius, at Rolling mill, h. 575 Acushnet av. 
Buckley Ellen, widow of Maurice, h. 575 Acushnet av. 
Buckley Esau, weaver, house 191 State 
Buckley George O. Mrs., teacher Aimwell School, house 

48 North 
Buckley John, weaver, house Coggeshall, near Rock 
Buckley Joseph us, mariner, house 209 Purchase 
Buckley Patrick, laborer, house 107 Smith 
Buckley Thomas, mariner, house 225 Middle 
Buckley William, loom fixer, house 251 South First 
Buckley Charles, weaver, house Linden court 
Bucklin Emma Mrs., house 146 Kempton 
Bucklin George P. S., blacksmith, boards 112 High 



64 NEW BEDFORD [B] DIEECTORY. 

Buoklin Herbert W., mason, boards 112 High 
Bucklin Wellington, mason, 112 High, house do. 
Buckminster Joseph, house 355 Purchase 
Budlong Ambrose P., machinist, house 147 State 
Budlong John A., blacksmith, boards 159 State 
Budlong William R., overseer machine shop Warasutta 

mills, house 147 State 
Buffington Arthur E., mason, boards 13 Bonney 
Buffinton Julia A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 186 Kempton 
Bugbee Charles H., carpenter, house First, corner Bush 
BullardAmasa, periodicals and fency goods, 9 Pleasant, 

house 82 Kempton 
Bullard Joseph A., clerk Hart & Akin, h. 82 Kempton 
Bulloch Andrew (Andrew Bulloch & Co.), h. 1 County 
BULLOCH ANDREW & CO. (Andrew Bulloch 

and Thomas H. Hammond), wholesale grocers, 27 

William 
Bullock David F., laborer, house 1 Bullock's avenue 
Bullock Mai'ian Mrs., house 395 Purchase 
Bulloclc Phillip P., shoemaker, bds. 1 Bullock's avenue 
Bullock Preserved, laborer, house 1 Bullock's avenue 
Bumphrey Caroline T., widow of James M., nurse, house 

91 Washington 
Bumpus Charles, porter, 6 Union, house 168)^ Kempton 
Bumpus Henry W., police, house 414 Purchase 
Bumpus Morris, watchman, house 6 Jenney 
Bunker Abbie, widow of George M., house 41 North 
Bunker Eliliu, apothecary and druggist, 403 Purchase, 

house 401 do. 
Bunker William P,, heeler, house 72 Robeson 
Bunn Mary E., widow of Franklin, h. 97 South Water 
Bunnan Caroline, widow, house 216 Pleasant 
Burbank Chas. E., bakers driver, 173 Union, h.70 County 
Burbank Isaac N., shoe laster, house 78 Pleasant 
Burbank Isaac N. Mrs., dressmaker, 78 Pleasant, h. do. 
Burbank Jerome F., marble worker, 20 North Second, 

house at Fairhaven 
Burbank John T., house 337 Purchase 
Burbank Mary M., tailoress, boards 30 Maxfield 
Burbank Thomas, shoemaker, house 30 Maxfield 
Burdick Christopher, cooper, house 133 North Second 
Burdick Geo. S., teamster C. Maxfield, b. 133 No. Second 
Burdick Stephen, cutter Doane & Co., house 223 Acush- 

net avenue 
Burding Calvin, ship-carpenter, h. 298 South Water 
Burding Charles, rope-maker, house 3 Giftbrd's lane 
Burding Mary E., widow of Hiram, h. 3 Gilford's lane 
Burgess Charles T., shoe-cutter, boards 55 Maxfield 
Bui'gess Edward S., bds. Stephen Burgess', Shawmut av. 



NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 65 

Burgess Franklin (B.), h. room 3 Robeson building 
Burgess Frederick, hostler, boai'ds 43 North Sixth 
Burgess Gilbert, laborer, house 342 South Water 
Burgess John M., house 39 Foster 

Burgess J. H., commercial school, room 2 Robeson build- 
ing, house do. 
Burgess Sarah, widow, h. So. Front, near Blackraore 
Burgess Stephen, carpenter, house Shawniut avenue 
Burgess Thomas, loom fixer, house 11 Fulton court 
Burgess William H., mnfr. of tomato ketchup, factory, 

Bui-gess farm (Fairhaven), bds. 2 Robeson building 
Burgess William T., bds. Stephen Burgess', Shawmut av. 
Burke Abby, widow of John, house 233 County 
Burke i\nn, widow of Patrick, house 188 State" 
Burke Charles, teamster in tannery, house 51 Court 
Burke James, teamster James Duddy, house 76 Court 
Burke Joanna, widow, house Clark, near Purchase 
Burke John, weaver, boards 188 State 
Burke John, laborer, house 215 Kempton 
Burke Mathew, laborer, house 2 Jenney 
Burke Mathew, jr., in rolling mill, house 3 Lindsay 
Burke Michael I., watchman Warasutta mills, house 223 

Pleasant 
Burke Wm., in rolling mill, boards 2 Jenney 
Burnette Charles, laborer, h. State, n. corner Penniman 
Burns Arthur, weaver, house 304 County 
Burns Daniel H., boiler maker, house 8 Sears court 
Burns James, furnaceman N. B. Copper Works, house 

Chauncey, opposite Clinton 
Burns John, weaver, boards 5 Wall 
Burns William, teamster Wilson & Co., house 44 Ash 
Burpee Henry, dentist, 80 Purchase, bds. Parker House 
Burr Nancy Miss, teacher private school, bds. 97 Hillman 
Burroughs Geo. W., seaman, h. Chauncey, north of Arnold 
Burroughs Susan C, widow of Samuel, house 5 North 
Burt Ciiarles A., machinist Cordage factory, bds. Charles 

D. Bait's, Court [Cedar 

Burt Charles D., keeper House of Correction, Court opp. 
Burt Daniel C, house Morgan, corner Cottage 
Burt Samuel P. (S. P. Burt & Co.), banker and broker, 

19 and 43 North Water, house 5 Morgan 
BURT S. P. & CO. (Samuel P. Burt,^G. T. Sanford, 

and Charles S. Kelley), bankers and brokers, 19 and 

43 North Water 
Burton Frances E., widow of Andrew J., h. 207 Middle 
Bush Andrew M., clerk, 27 North Water, house 148 

Acushnet avenue 
Bush B. M. Mrs., hair, 146 Purchase, h. 148 Acushnet av. 
Bushman Amedee, clerk, house 64 Hazard 
5 



66 NEW BEDFORD [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bushman Ulric, Aveaver, boards 64 Hazard 

Bashnell I. S., engineer, house 24 Elm 

Bushnell Leonard (Peirce & Bushnell), picture frame 

manuf'nctui'er, store 58 North Water, and factory 72, 

74, and 76 North Water, boards Parker House 
Bushnell Samuel Rev., pastor 1st Congregational church, 

Acuslinet village, N. B., boards Jojm E. Little's, Tar- 

kilu hill road 
Bussell Rufus K., house 199 Kempton 
Butler Daniel A., lieut. of police, Central Police Station, 

5 South Second, house 57 Maxfield 
Butler Edward F., clerk, boards 6 Elm 
Butler Edward, laborer, h. North Front, cor. Washlnirn 
Butler l^dwin J., porter Sullings, Kingman & Co., 

boards Elm 
Butler James D. Rev., Chaplain Port Society, house 65 

Fourth 
Butler John H., boat builder, boards 78 Mill 
Butler S. W., pastor North Christian church, boards 

Parker House 
Butler Thomas A., house 174 Acushnet avenue 
Butlei- William F., boat builder and dealer in oak lumber, 

rear 666 Acushnet avenue, house 78 Mill 
Butler William F., clerk Hathaway, Soule & Harrington, 

boards 65 Fourth 
Butler William M., clerk. North, corner North Second, 

boards 65 Fourth 
Butman John H., clerk, house 16 South Second 
Butman Thomas S., deputy sheriif, room 11 Robeson 

building, William, house at Fairhaven 
Butters Lucy, widow, house 82 Fo-urth 
Butts Calvin S., carpenter, house 161 North, cor. Spruce 
Butts Charles H. W., teamstei-, house Willis, near Cedar 
Butts Claiissa, widow of Pardon, house South Second 
Butts David, ship-carpenter, house Shawmut avenue, 

north of Durfee 
Butts Eben A., ship-carpenter, house 56 North 
Butts Francis A., jr., Wilson & Co., house 86 Pleasant 
Butts George W., house 277 County 
Butts Henry, seaman, house 7 South 
Butts Henry R., carpenter, house 7 South 
Butts James D., laborer, house 161 North 
Butts James D., jr., dry and fancy goods, 118 Kempton, 

house 161 North, corner Spruce 
Butts Lydia W., widow of Wm., house 41 Mill 
Butts Priscilla, widow of Albert, house 243 Acushnet av. 
Butts Samuel A., shipwright, house 201 Cedar 
Butts Squire W., clerk. 111 Union, boards 84 Fourth 
Butts Thomas, mariner, house 170 South Second 



NEW BEDFORD [(]] DIRECTORY. 67 

Butts Thomas L., blacksmith's helper, h. Clinton, n. Ash 
Bye Sarah H., widow, house 62 North 

CABLE FIARVEY MRS., h. 37 School, cor. So. Second 

Caddy Thomas, laborer, house 41 Crapo 

Cadwell William P. S., pharmacist, 49 Purchase, house 

21 South Sixth 
Cady Elizabeth B., widow of Daniel, house 108 Fifth 
Cahill Mary, widow, house 57 Gi-innoU 
Cahill William P., hostler, boards 6 Market 
Cahoon Charles, baker, house 56 South Second 
Cahoon Martin, engineer, houses 494 Acushnet avenue 
Cairns Michael, bootmaker, 84 William, h. 21 Morgan 
Caldwell Caroline, widow of Robert, house 57 Campbell 
CALDWEIiL SETH C, treas. New Bedford work- 

iugmen's provision store, and (Caldwell & Drew), 

concreting, 185 Pleasant, house do. 
Caldwell & Drew (Seth C. Caldwell and Charles J. 

Drew), concreting and roofing, 185 Pleasant 
Calhoun Cliarles S., baker, 173 Union, h. 56 So. Second 
Calnan Daniel, wdiitewasher, h. Penniman, n. Purchase 
Calnan Timothy, mason, house Linden, corner State 
Calnan Timothy, laborer, house 1 Willis 
Cameron Alexander, flagman N. B. R, R., Wamsutta 

street crossing, house 573 Purchase 
Cameron Daniel, carpenter, house Bowditch, corner Ce- 
dar Grove 
Campbell Charles, mule-spinner, boards 221 Pleasant 
Campbell .James, tailor, 5 Bonney, house do. 
Campbell Wm., Wamsutta mill, h. Smith street court 
Canavan John, house 17 Austin court 
Canavan Michael, laborer, house Clark, near Purchase 
Canavan Patrick H., refiner N. B. Copper Works, house 

Shawmut avenue, near Durfee 
Canavan Wm., shoemaker, house 9 Campbell 
Cannavan Patrick, police, house 158 Kempton 
Cannon Albert, clerk H. H. Fisher, house 34 Willis 
Cannon Edward, grocer. 278 Soutli Water, house do. 
Cannon Edward S., house 218 Union 
Cannon Edwin PL, mariner, house Plainville 
Cannon Elizabeth T., widow of William, house Plainville 
Cannon Fanny A., widow of Nathaniel S., h. 108 Pleasant 
Cannon Patrick, weaver, house Delano, next to So. Front 
Cannon Priscilla, widow of Edward, house 108 Pleasant 
Cannon Thomas, yarn-steamer Wamsutta mills, house 

Washburn, corner North Front 
Cannon Thomas D., former, house Plainville 
Cannon Urania, ^vidow of George, house 34 Willis 
Cannon \Villiam B., currier, boards 39 Cedar 



68 I!TEW BEDFORD [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Cannon Wm. C, c.ilker, 14 South Fi-ont, house 39 Cedar 
Canny Edward, laborer, h. 803 Purchase, cor. Penniman 
Canny John F., hiborer, bds, 803 Purcliase, cor. Penniman 
Cantara Frank, druggist, boards 524 Purchase 
Cautwell Matthew, weaver, house Wasliburn, fourth on 

right from Acushnet avenue 
Canty Timothy J., clerk, 431 Purchase, b. 215 So. Water 
Carboy Philip, weaver, house 300 South Water 
Card Chas. R., painter, 3 Fifth, boards 124 Fourth 
Card James E., clerk, 197 Purcliise, house at Fairhaven 
Cardoza Antone, laborer, h. 113 South Front, near South 
Cardoza Domingo, firmer, house 89 South Front 
Cardoza Frank Mrs., hiborer, house 19 Rowland 
Cardoza Manuel, seaman, house 241 South Water 
Cardoza Manuel, firmer, house 4 Ward 
Carl Lorenzo W., oyster chop house, 55 William, house 

390 Acushnet avenue 
Carlin John, laborer, house South First, corner Delano 
Carll Walter, engineer, boards 186 Pleasant 
Carl aw Babbitt, weaver, boards 255 South First 
Carlow David, weaver Wamsutta mills, boards 7 Ashley 
(3arnes Michael, shoemaker, house 21 Morgan 
Carney Daniel Mrs., house 47 South 
Carney Patrick, glass finisher, house 303 South Water 
Carney Wm. II., letter carrier P. O., house 146 Mill 
Carpenter Albert H. W., merchant tailor, 141 Union, 

house 115 Hillman 
Carpenter Charles, harness maker, house 26 Kemptoa 
Carpenter Geo. A., clerk, brick block, Cheapside, boards 

115 Hillman 
Carpenter Lewis G., house 98 Kempton 
Carpenter Mathew W., seaman, bds. Mariners Home 
Carpenter Samuel, watchman Gosnold mills, h. 2 Grape 
Carr Abby S., widow of Caleb A., house 36 Spring 
Carr Anna B., widow of John G., house 124 Fourth 
Carr Charlotte C, teacher Acushnet school, h. 26 Spring 
Carr David, laborer, house 22 Morgan 
Carr Esther Mrs., dry goods, 245 Cedar, house do. 
Carr Frank B., cigar manufacturer (Fall River), house 

Acushnet avenue. Head of the River 
Carr George, at Pierce & Bushnell, boards 124 Fourth 
Carr Jatnes E., officer House of Correction, h. Sycamore, 

corner Cypress 
Carr James G., master mariner, house 25 South Emerson 
Carr J. Henry, teamster N. B. Tanner}'-, h. 245 Cedar 
Carr Sarah A. Miss, teacher Fifth street grammar school, 

house 36 Spring 
Carroll Henry, carpenter, house Sullivan, near Middle 
Carroll James, carriage trimmer, boards 157 Fourth 



NEW BEDFORD [[j] DIRECTORY. 69 

Carroll John, laborer, house 75 South Water 

Carroll John, furniture, Robeson building, William, house 

157 Fourth 
Carroll John, laborer, house 100 Emerson 
Carroll John, jr., boards 157 Fourth 
Carroll Joseph H., boards Henry Carroll's, Sullivan 
Carroll Maiy, widow of James, house 125 Arnold 
Carroll Meribah B., widow of Robeit S., h. 273 Kempton 
Carroll Patrick, rope maker, house 125 Arnold 
Carroll Thomas J., currier, boards 249 Emei'sou 
Carroll Thomas P., at Prussian Blue Works, h. 69 Ash 
Carroll William E., carriage manufacturer, 276 Acushuet 

avenue, house Kempton, neai- Florence 
Carsley Annie E., tailoress, house 102 Fourth 
Carson C. J. R., janitor High school, house do. 
Carter Charles, card giiuder, boards 11 Rivet 
Carter Domingo, boarding-house, 49 South Second 
Carter Edward P., confectioner, house 16 Chancery 
Carter James, waiter, 133 County, house 18 Cedar 
Carter James, whitewasher, house 20 Park 
Cai'ter John, farmer, house Court, corner Jenney 
Carter John W., coachman, boards 169 Elm 
Carter Lucinda, widow of Charles H., house 22 Cedar 
Carter IMiles, calker, house 169 Elm 
CARTEK ROBERT H., apothecary, 215 Pur- 
chase, house do. 
Carter Robert H. Mrs., hair worker, 215 Purchase, h. do. 
Carter Sarah, widow of Frank, h. 535 Acushnet avenue 
Carter William, laborer, house Washburn, fifth on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Carter Wilhaui, mariner, house 102 Fourth 
Carter William, laborer, house 6 High 
Carter William F., laborer, house foot Cedar Grove 
C'aruth Herbert, brakeman O. C. R. R., rooms 2 Pope 
Carver David O., shoemaker, 97 South Second, corner 

Cannon, house do. 
Carver Thomas C, ship-carpenter, house 82 Thomas 
Cary VVm. S., carriage painter, boards 64 School 
Case Alexander H., mason, house 227 County 
Case Allen, house 363 Puichase 
Case Charles A., house 363 Purchase 
Case Charles C, messenger Davenport, Mason & Co., h. 

503 Acushnet avenue 
Case Edmund T., janitor Central police station, 5 South 

Second, house 229 County 
Case Elvira C. Miss, dress trimmings and worsteds, 141 

Union, house 167 Middle 
Case Fredei'ick S., carpenter, house 1131 Acushnet avenue, 
Second, north of Nash road 



70 NEW BEDFORD [()] DIRECTORY. 

Case Geo. F., at Morse Twist Drill Works, h. 72 Thomas 
Case Isaac R., clerk, 214 County, boards 227 <lo. 
Case John R., fanner, h. Belleville rd., next Acushnet av. 
Case Mary B., widow of John C, house 188 Middle 
Case Restcome, farmer, house rear George C. Hatch's, 

Acushnet avenue 
Casey Edwairl H., farmer, house Hathawny road 
Casey John, shoemaker, 636 Acushnet av., house do. 
Casey Lawrence L., house 204 South Water 
Casey Lawrence L., jr., laborer Mt. Washington Glass 

Co., house 204 South Water 
Cassidy John, weavei-, boards 2651^ South Water 
Cassidy Samuel, weaver, house 304 County 
Cassidy Stephen, weaver, house 265 ^4 South Water 
Castino George F., machinist, bds. Union, cor. Purchase 
Castle Alice, widow of Michael, house 75 Arnold 
Castle Thomns, operative, house 982 Acushnet avenue 
Castle William, boarding-house, 5 Old Market square 
Castro -lohn, seaman, house 115 South Water 
Caswell Amos R. (Caswell Bros.), blacksmith, 8 Pine, 

house 152 Mil! 
Caswell Benj. F., teamster E. Perry, h. 77 So. Second 
Caswell Brotlters (Amos R. and Nathaniel H. Caswell), 

blacksmiths and horse shoers, 8 Pine 
Caswell David P., teamster, house 361 Cedar 
Caswell David W., teamster, house 170 Kempton 
Caswell George, painter, house Hathaway road 
Caswell Geoi'ge, painter, 12 and 14 Fourth, house 42 So. 

Second [Caswell's, Cedar 

Caswell George P., switchman N. B. R. R., boards D. P. 
Caswell Henry W., at Gosnold mill, h. 77 South Second- 
Casweli Isaac C, cigars and tobacco, h. 119 Sycamore 
Caswell John P., stoves and tinware, 138 Purchase, house 

202 do. 
Caswell Nathaniel H. (Caswell Bros.), blacksmith, 8 Pine, 

house 112 High 
Caswell Oscar F., house 17 South Second, corner Spring 
Caswell Rhoda, widow of Thomas, house 91 Walden 
CASWELIj WM. H., painter, 21 Union, house 448 

Acushnet avenue 
Caswell Wm. T., house 169 Purchase 
Cathaway Sarah, widow of William, house 127 Smith 
Cathcart Edward B., laborer, house 122 Maxfield 
Caton Joseph, laborer, house 10 Flowland 
Caton Joseph, laborer, house 105.^^ South Water 
Caton Manned, in glass works, house 8 Ilowland 
Caton Manuel, cigar maker, 1493^ South Water, boards 8 

Plowland 
Cavanaugh Ann, widow of Francis, house 243 Middle 



JfEW BEDFOED [(]] DIEECTORT. 71 

CavanauQ;h Felix, clerk, 8 and 10 South Water, boards 

239 ■'Middle 
Cavanaugh Jeremiah L., blacksmith, house 54 So. Second 
Cavaiiaugh, see also Kavanaugh 
Centennial American Tea Co., 26 Purchase 
CENTRAL UJVION ASSOCIATIO]?^, B. F. 

Brownell, treas., groceries and patent medicines, 5 

No. Sixth [h. do. 

Chace Ann II., widow of George E., physician, 175 Union, 
Chace Eliza, widow, house rear 88 North Second 
Chace Ezra B., carpenter, house 177 Grinnell 
Chace Frederic A., carpenter and spar maker, h. 64 Forest 
Chace George W., soapmaker, house 4 Sears court 
Chace George W., hoop skirt manufacturer and corsets, 

22 Purchase, house Hathaway road 
Chace George W., jr., teacher, bds. George W. Chace's, 

Hathaway road 
Chace Herbert F., printer, boards 177 Grinnell 
Chace Ira M., clerk, 58 South Water, house 76 Grinnell 
Chace Joseph, 2d, carpenter, house 217 County 
Chace Joseph H., ship-carpenter, house 10 Chancery 
Chace Mary E. Miss, clerk, 14 Pleasant, house 15 do. 
Chace Nathan F., carpenter, boards 177 Grinnell 
Chace Robert B., master mariner, h. 139 Acushnet av, 
Chace Thomas W., tinplate worker, 16 North Water, 

house 121 Cedar 
Chace, see also Chase 
Chaddock E. Nye, house 1 Lincoln 

Chadwick Celinda, widow of Charles, h. 497 Acushnet av. 
Chad wick Charles T., painter, house 18 Hill man 
Chad wick David G., day watchman Wamsutta mills, 

house 98 Kempton 
Chadwick Edward E., clerk, 417 Purchase, h. 140 Summer 
Chadwick George H., painter, house 163 Kempton 
Chadwick George H., clerk Tucker & Cummings, boards 

140 Summer 
Chadwick John P., carpentei", house 279 Cedar 
Chadwick Luke, weaver, boarding-house, 176 State 
Chadwick Mary, widow of Georo-e, house 154 Kempton 
Chadwick Solomon Mrs., house 79 County 
Chadwick Thomas A., coopei", house 58 North 
Chadwick Thomas S., shoemaker, house 15 Hillman 
Chadwick William J., shoemaker, house 140 Summer 
Chadwick William L., boards 140 Summer 
Chaffee Amos, mason, house Acushnet avenue 
Chaloner Luther W., liarness maker, 351 Acushnet ave- 
nue, boards Bancroft House 
Chambeau John, laborer, house 581 Acushnet avenue 
Chamberlain Ebenezer T., engineer Mt. Washington Glass 

Co., house head of North Bonney 



72 NEW BEDFORD [(]] DIRECTOEY. 

Chamberlain John F., tinsmith, boards A. Chaffee's, 

Acushnet avenue 
Chamberlain Sabin P., joiner, house 231 County 
Chandler Charles, house 24 Bush 
Chandler William G., boot and shoe store, 2 Ricketson 

bhjck, Union, house 116 Middle 
Chaney Emma E. Miss, dressmaker, house 81 Thomas 
Chaney Ephraim, ship-carpenter, house 9 North 
Changuon Emily, widow, house 1 Austin 
Channing Ann S., wid. of John W., h. 284 Acushnet av. 
Channing Rhoda A., physician, house 284 Acushnet av. 
Channing Walter, ship-carpenter, house foot Acushnet av- 
enue, south of Division 
Channing Wm. IT., dentist, 139 Union, h. 284 Acushnet av. 
Channing Wm. R., dentist, 139 Union, h. 44 Kem]:)ton 
Chapman Alfred M. (Chapman & Shurtleff), sailmaker, 

Union, corner Front, house 53 Elm 
Chapman Cyrus W., house 50 Willis 
Chapman Edwai-d T. (E. T. Chapman & Co.), cigars and 

tobacco, 76 Purchase, house 62 South Second 
Chapman EHzabeth B., widow of John H., jr., dressmaker, 

house 137 William 
Chapman E. T. & Co. (Edward T. Chapman), 76 Pur- 
chase [35 So. Second 
Chapman John, ens^ineer light-ship " Pollock Rip," house 
CHAPMAN JOHN H., sailmaker, 122 North Sec- 
ond, house 379 Purchase 
Chapman John H. Mrs., dressmaker, 26 Pleasant, h. do. 
Chapman Mary, widow, house 221 Pleasant 
Chapman Thomas, weaver, house 14 Austin court 
Chapman & Shurtleff (Alfred M, (,Miapman and John R. 

Shurtlefl), sailmakers, Union, corner- Front 
Chappell Arthur B., clerk 385 Purchase, bds. 21 Willis 
Chappell Melville G., clerk, 385 Purchase, h. 21 Willis 
Chappell William H., grocer, 385 Purchase, h. 21 Willis 
Charbonon Noel, laborer, house 186 State 
Charnley Thomas, teamster J. Holmes, jr., h, 95 So. Water 
Chase Abraham, sliip-carpenter City wf., h. 213 Kempton 
Chase Alexander H., mason, house 28 Dartmouth 
Chase Allen, blacksmith, h. Mill, c. Summit, Cannonville 
Chase Alonzo B., teamster Macomber Bros., house 25 

South Second 
Chase Andrew B., master mariner, house 94 County 
Chase Ariel, mastermariner, house 41 Fourth 
Chase Benjamin Franklin, shoemaker, h. 182 North 
Chase Benjamin F., bds. Rockdale avenue, n. Kempton 
Chase Celia L. Miss, teacher Friends Academy, house 116 

Acushnet avenue 
Chase Charles, peddler, house 61 South Water 



NEW BEBFORD [[)] DIRECTORY. 73 

Chase Collins, caJTinge maker, house 70 Spruce 
Chase David D., ship-carpenter, house 68 State 
Cliase David IT., cinvasser, house 109 South Second 
Chase Edeni M. Miss, teacher Kenipton street primary 

school, boards 68 Chase 
Chase Edwai-d A., farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
CHASE EDWAKD B., Remington sewing ma- 
chines, 5 Pleasant, near Union, house 74 North 
Chase Eldridge B., clerk, 55 County, house 18 Sherman 
Chase Ezra B. (Chase & Sisson), house 177 Grinnell 
Chase Franklin P., fish market, 55 County, h. 18 Sherman 
Chase Fred'k W., cai])ente]', h. Rockdale av., n. Kempton 
Chase George, boarding-house, 3-1 South Water 
Chase George, mariner, house 206 South Water 
Cliase George H., ship joiner, boards 6 North 
Chase Henry, clerk, 13 Hamilton, h. 200 Acushnet av. 
Chase Henry S., painter, 21 Union, house 6 North 
Chase Henry T., carpenter, house 124 Kempton 
Chase Herbei't F., printer, 52 William, bds. 177 Grinnell 
Chase Isaac, laborer, house 162 Mill 
Chase Jacob W., carpenter, house 260 Kempton 
Chase James F., job wagon. First, corner Union, house 

Shawmut avenue 
Chase James H., farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Chase James R., h. Rockdale avenue, near Kempton 
Chase John B., laborer, house 187 Cedar 
Chase Joseph, jr., carpenter, house 78 Washington 
Chase Lovice P., widow of Nathan, house 57 Campbell 
Chase Luther S., commission merchant (N. Y.), house 

116 Acushnet avenue 
Chase Lyman B., laborei., house 554 Acushnet avenue 
Chase Mary, widow of Turner, house 44 Hillman 
Chase Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, house 42 Kempton 
Cliase Mary A. Mrs., widow, house 71 South Second 
Chase Mary C., widow of Henry, house 6 North 
Chase Nancy R., widow of Ezekiel, house Kempton, near 

Jenny Lind 
Chase Nathan, house 165 County 
Chase Olive K., widow of Jonathan, house 162 Mill 
Chase Samuel, mariner, house F'ish Island 
Chase Sarah Mi\s., widow, boards 81 State 
Chase Walter F., ship-carpenter, house 17 Fifth 
Chase Warren E. (Mei'cury Publishing Co.), boards Ban- 
croft House, rooms 81 North Sixth 
Chase Wilbor A., ship builder, house 83 Smith 
Chase William F., farmer, house Mt. Pleasant, beyond 

Water Works 
Chase Wilson, master mariner, house 18 Wing 
ChaseZebiiia H., master mariner, house 86 Fourth 



74 NEW BEDFORD [fj] DIEECTORT. 

Chase Zebina W., master mariner, house, 323 Purchase 
Chase & Sisson (Ezra B. Chase and Jasper L. Sisson), 

carpenters, Leonards wharf 
Chase, see also Chace 

Cheatham Thomas, weaver, house 7 Hampton court 
Chiconne Mezari, carder, house 5 North Front 
Childs Augustine F. (J. G. Childs & Son), fish dealer, 31 

School, cor. South Second, h, 108 South Second 
Childs Cyi-el M., ropemaker N. B. Cordage Co., house 

Jenny Lind 
Childs James K., agent, house 97 North Second 
Childs Josiah G. (J- G. Childs & Son), fish dealer, 31 

School, cor. South Second, house 108 South Second 
Childs J. G. & Son (Josiah G. and Augustine F. Childs), 

fish market, 31 School, cor. South Second 
Childs Olive S. Mrs., house 194 Elm [High 

Childs Sylvester, watches and jewelry, 37 Purchase, h. 41 
Childs VVilliam C., laborer, boards 149 Elm 
Chipman James F., house 69 Sycamore 
Chisholm Sarah A., widow of Elijah, h. 55 North Sixth 
Christian Ann Mrs., house 124 Pleasant 
Christian Joseph, fisherman, house 181 South Second 
Christian Stephen C, master mariner, house 68 Pleasant 
Christopher Christine, at rolling mill, house Atlantic, near 

Arnold [h. do. 

Churbuck L. A. Mrs., homoeo. physician, 150 Purchase, 
Church Bradford L., conductor O. C. R. R., h. 151 State 
CHUKCH CHA8. H., druggist, 122 Purchase, h. 

107 Summer 
Church Charles L., pianos, 164 Purchase, h. 96 Chestnut 
Church Christopher A., h. 947 Acushnet av., c. Coggeshall 
Church Ephraim E., sailmaker, 33 Com'l wharf, house at 

Fairhaven 
Church Frank H., clerk, 122 Purchase, bds. 107 Summer 
Church Harry M., clerk, 122 Purchase, bds. 107 Summer 
Church Horatio L., sailmaker T. M. Hart, house 55 Hill 
CHUKCH JAMES I., boots and shoes, 207, old 

number 131, Purchase, house at Fairhaven 
Church Lucy A. Miss, millinery, 6 Pleasant, near Union, 

house 39 North 
Church Lydia C. Mrs., millinery, 6 Pleasant, h. 39 North 
Church Mary A. Miss, h. Acushnet av., cor. Coggeshall 
Church Nathaniel, jr., driver Little Compton stage, 5 So. 

Sixth, house at Little Compton 
CHURCH WM. A., assistant cashier First National 

Bank, house 15 Lincoln 
Church Wm. N. (Driscol, Church & Hall;, grocer, 64 

Union, house 180 do. 
Churchill Benjamin J., house 7 Swamp 



NEW BEDFOED [(]] DIRECTORY. 75 

Churchill Ilii-am, house 154 Chestnut 

CHURCHILL ROBERT G., cooper, 9 Cannon, 

house 78 Fifth 
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 36 No. Water 
CITY PLANING MILLS, Greene & Wood, agts., 

LeoiKird's ^hnrf 
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY, F. H. Dunham, pro- 
prietor, 532 Acushnet avenue 
Clagg- Allen C, rigger, house 1 Durfee 
Clapp Charles L., butcher, house Acushnet avenue 
Clare John, grocer and ])rovision dealer, 221 So. Waterj 

cor. South, house 300 South Water 
Clare Wni. FI., clerk, house 112 South Front 
Clark A. Frank-, clerk, 64 Union, boai'ds 57 Foster 
Clark Benjamin H., laborer, house 54 Middle 
Clark Charles, weaver, bds. Washburn, cor. North Front 
Clark Chas. A.,jr., sec. overseers of the poor, h. 161f Mill 
Clark Cyrus H., retoucher N. Gifford, bds. 65 Elm " 
Clark Eilward C, teamster, house 49 Cove 
Clark Eliza W. Mrs., dressmaker, house 194 Elm 
Clark Elizabeth G., widow of Darius, house 49 Cove 
Clark Elizabeth T., widow, house 70 Pleasant 
Clark Ezra, carpenter, No. Second, c. Hillman, h. 57 Foster 
Clark George H., master mariner, house 110 Campbell 
Clark Geo. M., jr., picture frame engraver, h. 243 County 
Clark Hosea B., clerk, 9 Market, house 52 Walnut 
Clai'k James, weaver,,boards 5 Austin 
Clark James, carpenter, bds. 6 Mar .et square 
Clark James A., slasher tender Potomska mills, house 53 

Black in ore 
Clark James F. Rev., asst. pastor St. Lawrence church, 

house Hillman, cor. Summer 
Clark John, wheelwright, bds. 218 Pleasant 
Clark Joseph P. H., engraver, b. Parker, c. No. Emerson 
Clark Joseph W., painter, hoards 70 Pleasant 
Clark Julia A., widow, dressmaker, house 183 County 
Clark Lothrop, clerk, 9 Market, house 52 Walnut 
Clark Mary A., widow of Daniel, house 90 Elm 
Clark Mary A. Miss, tailoress, bds. 23 Sherman 
Clark Mary S. Miss, house 47 Seventh 
Clark Michael, coopei', h. Parkei', cor. North Emerson 
Clark Patrick, laborer, house Washburn, cor. No. Frout 
Clark Peter, gai'dener Mrs. Joseph S. Tillinghast, Antho- 
ny, house Clay, near Oak 
Clark Richard E., iron worker, house 114 Fourth 
Clark Robert (Clark & Gatie), grocer, Rivet, cor. Second, 

house do. 
Clark Ruth B., widow of Wra. S., house 125 Middle 
Clark Thomas, laborer, house 1 Walnut 



76 NEW BEDFORD [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Clark Thomas E., fish market, 9 Market, h. 52 Walnut 
Clark Walter F., sale stable, 19 Fourth, house 54 School 
Clark William, watchman, house 16 Ash 
Clark William J., carpenter, h. Parker, cor. No. Emerson 
Clark & Gntie (Robert Clark and Henry Gatie), grocers, 

Rivet, corner Second 
Clarke A. Edwin, lawyer, 42 North Water, h. 80 Arnold 
Clarke Erneline E., widow of Thomas, h. 218 Pleasant 
Clarke Henry B., homeopathic physician, 181 Union, h.do. 
Clarke Henry L., student University of Penn., boards 

181 Union [bridge), h. 181 Union 

Clarke Mortimer H., student Harvard College (Cam- 
Clarke William E,, overseer frame spinning Poton)ska 

mills, opposite 269 South Water, house 147 Fourth 
Clarkin James, brakeman O. C. R. R., house 221 Pleasant 
Clarkson Nicholas J., plasterer and whitewasher, house 

West Maxfield, Cannouville 
Clary Daniel, laborer, house Highland, corner Tophani 
Clary Lawrence, Gosnold mill, house 83 North Water 
Clary William, laborer, h. 815 Purchase, near Penniman 
Clay Henry, mastei- mariner, house 166 Grinnell 
Claytofi Isaiah H., laborer, house 83 South Water 
Clayton Susan, widow, house 83 South Water 
Cleary Anthony, hostler S. F. Perry, house 186 Ehn 
Cleary Heniy, molder, house 83 North Water 
Cleary James, hostler, house 68 Mechanics lane 
Cleary John, laborer, house 122 South Orchard 
Cleavelaiid Abram L., ship broker and commission mer- 
chant, house 167 Union 
Cleaveland Andrew M., baker, house 102 Ash 
Cleaveland Cai'oline, wid. of Charles G., h. 112 So. Front 
Cleaveland Chai-les E., carpenter, bds. 112 South Front 
Cleaveland George H. V. D., baker, 173 Union, house at 

Fairhaven 
Clegg Ernest, weaver, bds. South Front, n. Blackmore 
Clemens William F., hostler, 50 Elm, bds. 6 Market sq. 
Clifford Arthur, physician, house 87 Orciiard 
Clifford Caroline A. Miss, house 6(5 Bedford 
Clifford Chas. W. (Crapo, Cliffl>rd & Clifford), lawyer, 35 

North Water, house 11 South Cottage 
Clifford John H. Mrs., house 87 Orchard 
Clifford Walter (Crapo, Clifford & Clifford), lawyer, 35 

North Water, house 1 Irving oourt 
Clifton Jireh W., stoves, tinware, etc., 342 Purchase, h.do. 
Clithei'o Thomas, weaver, house Cedar Grove, first on left 

from Acushnet avenue 
Clymes Catharine, widow, h. No. Front, cor. Washburn 
Ciymonts David, clerk, boards 59 Mechanics lane 
Clymonts William, blacksmith E. B. & F. Macy, house 

59 Mechanics lane 



NEW BEDFORD [(]] DIRECTORY. 77 

Coats John M., sail maker, house 53 Elm 

Cobb Edward H., assistant teacher Friends acadeiTiy, 

house 24 South Sixth 
Cobb Geoi'ge A., stoves and tinware, Acushnet avenue, 

corner Tai'kiln hill road, house do. 
Cobb John Q. A., branch pilot, house 16 Chancery 
Cobb OHver W., sail niak-er, boar<ls 110 Fifth 
Cobb Sarah IL, widow of William S., h. 115 Washington 
Cobb Susan C, wid. of Nathaniel W. P., h. 70 Sycamore 
Cobb Thomas J., deputy sheriff, 42 North Water, house 

115 Wasliino'ton 
Cobb Wendell II. (Marston & Cobb), lawyer, 35 North 

Watei-, house 46 South Sixth 
Coburii William L., house 213 Purchase 
Cochrane Wm. J., weaver, house 86 Linden 
CODp_ THOMAS A., U. S. Deputy Shipping Com- 
missioner, ship broker and commission merchant, 18 

South Water (up-stairs), house 321 Acushnet avenue 
Codding Herbert N., carriage maker, boards 78 Chestnut 
Codding Mary A. Miss, teacher Cannonville school, bds. 

78 Chestnut [Chestnut 

CODDING SETH, grocer, 180 County, house 78 
Codding Seth E., frame maker, house 8 Spruce 
Coe Isaac H. Rev., jiastor South Christian church, house 

112 Washington 
Coe William F., shoe laster, house 8 Sears 
Coffey Margaret Mrs., house 68 Hazard 
COFFIN BROTHEKS (Frederick and Charles H. 

Coffin), paper boxes, Standard building 
Coffin Charles H., paper box maker, 67 Union, house 253 

Acushnet avenue 
Coffin Charles H. (Coffin Bros.), bds. 253 Acushnet av. 
Coffin Emily, widow of Henry, house 30 Bedford 
Coffin Frederick (Coffin Bros.), paper box manufacturer, 

Standard building. Union, house 253 Acushnet av. 
Coffin Frederick C, laborer, boards 28 Allen 
Coffin George C, at Fisher's bakery, 212 Purchase, house 

42 Foster 
Coffin George G., traveling agent, house 70 County 
Coffin George T., machinist, boards 69 Elm 
Coffin Hiram B., millinery, 52 Purchase, h. 26 Sycamore 
Coffin James H., clei'k, 145 Union, boards 20 Allen 
Coffin John G., engineer, house 413 Purchase 
Coffin Phoebe C, widow of Wm., house 253 Acushnet av. 
Coffin Prince H., clerk, 23 Centre, bds. 64 South Second 
Coffin Sarah B. Mrs., boards 69 Elm [Water 

Coffin Simeon R., laborer Hustings & Co., h. 271 South 
Coffin Stephen P., cooper, house 28 Allen 
Coffin Walter H., paper box maker, bds. 253 Acushnet av. 



78 NEW BEDFORD [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Coffin Wm, B., frame engraver Cliarles Taber & Co., 

boards 100 Bedford 
Coffin Wm. IL, boarding stable, 18 School, and hack 

stand, 128 Union, house 17 South Second 
Cogan Thomas, laborer, house 64 North 
Cogay John R., waitei', boards 90 South Sixth 
Cogay Tarlton, laborer, house 90 South Sixth 
Ooggeshall Ann Mi'S.. house 169 County 
Coggeshall Bj-adford H.(IIo\vland & Coggeshall), cooper, 

rear 147 North Water, house 460 Acushnet avenue 
Coggeshall Chas. W., pump and block maker, head Mer- 
rill's wharf, house at Faii-haven 
Coggeshall Chas. W. (Tobey & Coggeshall), stoves and 

tinware, 48 and 50 William, house 43 Hillnian 
Coggeshall Edward, master mariner, house 163 County 
Coggeshall Henry W., house 62 William 
Coggeshall James, liouse 38 Campbell 
Coggeshall John A., teamster, house 232 South Water 
Coggeshall Nelson, teamstei-, house 102 Ash 
Coggeshall Priscilla S., widow of Josiah, h. 232 So. Water 
Coggeshall Robert C. P., city land surveyor, office b.ise- 

ment City Hall building, house 31 Bush 
Coggeshall Ruth R., widow of Richard H., house 69 Elm 
Coggeshall Samuel B., house 110 South Sixth 
Coggeshall Sarah M., widow of James, h. 79 So. Second 
Coggeshall Thomas, postmaster, post-office, No. Second, 

corner William, house 31 Bush 
Coggeshall Wm. P., teamster, house Mt. Pleasant, near 

Mt. Veinon 
Cogy Anna, wddow of Benjamin, house 159 Mill 
Colbert William, weaver, house 249 South First 
Colby Philip E., clerk Acushnet Coffiie and Spice Mills, 

house 37 Hill, corner Mill 
Colby Susan A. Miss, house 175 Union 
Cole Benjamin, machinist, house 88 Washington 
Cole Charles, mni'iner, house 157 Elm 
Cole. Emily, widow, house Acushnet avenue 
Cole George F., manuf icturing agent, carriage dealer, 278 

Acushnet avenue, house 84 Fourth 
Cole Harrison G. O. Mrs., house 84 Fourth 
Cole Henry W., laborer Geo. Delano & Co. 
Cole Theodore W., marble-worker, William, corner Beth- 
el, house 56 Hill man 
Cole William, jr., clerk, 169 Purchase, bds. 87 Kempton 
Coleman Betsey R. Mrs., dressmaker, liouse 35 Seventh 
Coleman George, fisherman, house 105 North Water 
Coleman Ivobert, carpet cleaner, house Market square 
Coles Samuel, man-servant, 85 Bush, house Baldwin, near 
Bedford [147 State 

Collamore Edwin J., engineer N. B. Water Works, house 



NEW BEDFORD [Q] DIRECTORY. 79 . 

Collingwood Elanor, widow of William, house Cypress, 

near Sycamore 
Collins Albert B., lawyer, 42 No. Water, h. at Fairhaven 
Collins Barnabas, former, house Ashland, near Linden 
Collins Eugene E., house 21 Park 
(./ollins George, laborer, boards 7 Griffin 
('ollins George A., spinner, house 68 Prospect 
Collins Hugh, laborer, house 7 Griffin 
Collins Jeremiah, laborer N". B. Copper works, house Wall, 

next Acushnet avenue 
Collins John, laborer Wamsutta aiills, house 10 Wall 
Collins John, weaver, boards 31 Austin 
Collins Mary, wddow, house 31 Austin 
Collins Michael, laborer, house 186 Pleasant 
Collins Nelson (Collins & Bowie), pattern-maker, 90 

South Water, boards 242 Acushnet avenue 
Collins Otis K.,. wheelwright, rear 551 Acushnet avenue, 

house 33 Sycamore 
Collins Quinton F. (Quinton F. Collins & Co.), blank 

book mnfi"., 34 North Second, house 82 Elm 
COLLmS QUINTON F. & CO. (Quinton F. 

Collins nnd Josiah S. Tappan), book-binders and 

blank book mnfrs., 34 North Second 
Collins Timothy, laborer, house 22 Walnut 
Collins Walter H., boards 111 Middle 
Collins William, card o'rindei-, boards 283 South Second 
COLLINS & BOWIE (Nelson Collins and Edwin 

R. Bowie), pattern makers and water wheel manu- 

facturei's, 90 South Water 
Colombo Ambrose, laborer, house 710 Purchase 
Colouibe Hermingle, cai-penter, house 8 Hampton court 
Colombo John, carder, house 7 North Front 
Colombe Julian, laborer, iiouse 710 Purchase 
Colson Elizabeth Mrs., house 121 Sycamore 
Colwell John J. (Wm. F. Tirrell & Co.), carriagesmith, 

332 Purchase, house 22 Emerson 
Colwell Reliance, widow of John J., h. r. 142 Kempton 
Colwell Zachariah, mariner, house Swamp, near Cedar 
Coly Charles S., saloon, 80 Union, boards do. 
Colyar Edward B,, mariner, boards 169 Pleasant 
Colyar Geo. S., weaver, house 108 South Front 
Colyar Henry, painter, house Colyar's lane 
Colyar Henry, jr., gardener, house 2 Babbitt 
Colyar Sylvester A., rope maker, house 169 Pleasant 
Couiey Charles M., shipsmith, house 37 P^'oster 
COMMERCIAL MUTUAL MARINE IN- 
SURANCE CO., 37 North Water 
Commerlord Annie R. Miss, teacher Middle street school, 

boards 282 County 



80 ^SrSW BEDF3RD [fj] DIREOTORY. 

Cotnmerford Catherine Miss, teacher Middle street gram- 
mar school, boards 232 County 
Commerford Eleanor Miss, teacher Kempton st. school, 

house 232 County 
Commerford Mary Miss, music teacher, bds. 23'Z County 
Comroy James O., hair-dresser, house 155 Elm 
Comroy Martha C. Mrs., house 155 Elm 
Comstock Thomas W., police, house 40 Crapo 
Conant George M., cutter J. & W. R. Wing & Co., house 

9 Arch 
Congdon James B., clerk Water board and treasurer N. 

B. Gas Light Co., office City hall building, house 118 

County 
Congdon Sarali Miss, house 29 Seventh, corner School 
Congdon William, sail maker, house 135 Kempton 
Congdon Wm. W., clerk 170 County, bds. 185 Kempton 
Conklin Abiam, laborer, house 208 Middle 
Conklin Michael, currier, house 95 First 
Conley Richard, rope maker, boards 165 Kempton 
Conn David, laborer, house Rock 
Conn John, laboi'er, boards David Conn's, Rock 
Connell John, laborer, boards 7 Willis 
Connell William, laborer, house 7 Willis 
Connelly James, boards 11 Logan 
Connelly James, mule-spinner, house 294 County 
Connelly John W., cigar maker, boards 117 No. Water 
Connelly Joseph A., laborer, house 117 North Water 
Connelly Patrick, peddler, house 71 Cedar 
Conniff John A., hnrness maker W. H. Willis, h. 25 Anjh 
Connolly Joseph F., photographer, 60 Purchase, boards 

117 North Water 
Connors John, laborer, house 7 Willis 

Connors , house 10 Fulton court 

Connos John, weaver, boards 283 South Second 
Connos William, weaver, boards 283 South Second 
Considine Michael, laborer, house Davis, n. Acushnet av. 
Conway James S., teamster Mount Washington Glass 

Co., house Fourth, corner Wing 
Conway John, clerk billiard room Parker House, boards 

220''^ County 
Conway Michael, driver hose carriage S. F. E. No. 2, 
house 8 Walnut [off Purchase 

Conway Michael, weaver, house rear 41 Merriraac, east 
Conway Richnrd, carpenter, house 220 j^ County 
Cook Alexander G., mason, house Tremont, near Arnold 
Cook Cliarles A., currier Job Wade, Wall, h. 217 County 
Cook Charles E. (Wordell & Cook), house at Dartmouth 
Cook Clarence A., bookkeeper (Boston), house 33 Bush 
Cook Cornelia Miss, house 1 Morgan 



NEW BEDFOED [(]] DIEECTORT. 81 

Cook David, groceries and dry goods, 404 Purchase, b. do. 

Cook Emma L. Mrs., house 10 Morgan 

Cook Evie M. Miss, dressmaker, house 3 Waverly 

Cook Henry C, bread store, 115 Kerapton, h. 10 Morgan 

Cook Horatio B., carpenter N. B. R. R., bouse 3 Greene 

Cook H. B., millinery, 144 Union, house 3 Greene 

Cook James, laborer, house 114 Cedar 

Cook John, operative, house 2 Fulton court 

Cook John F. (J. S. Cook & Son), 14 Fourth, house 125 

Grinuell 
Cook John H., clerk, 214 County, house 58 Sycamore 
Cook John S. (John S. Cook & Son), 8, 10, 12 and 14 

Fourth, house 138 Washington 
Cook John S. & Son (John S. and John F. Cook), livery 

and boarding stable, 8, 10, 12 and 14 Fourth 
Cook Lydia W., widow of Jabez, house 217 County 
Cook Margaret Mrs., house 166 Kempton 
Cook Philip B., mason, house 5 Rockdale avenue 
Cook Philip H., mariner, house Rockdale avenue 
Cook Richard H,, pressman Thayer & Judd, h. 76 Cedar 
Cook Robert, baker, house 73 Dartmouth 
COOK SAMUEL H., secretary Ocean Mutual In- 
surance Co., and insurance agent, 37 North Water, 
house Bush, between County and Orchard 
Cook Silas, cooper, house 388 Purchase 
Cook Stephen, boards 166 Kempton 
Cook Thomas, house 1 Morgan 

Cook Thomas W. (Thomas W. Cook & Co.), paint manu- 
facturer. School, corner F'ront, house 155 William 
Cook Thomas W. & Co. (Thomas W. Cook), paint, color 

and varnish manufacturers. School, corner Front 
Cook Timothy D., builder and real estate agent, 20 North 

Water, house 22 Bush 
Cook Timothy D., jr., clerk, 6 Union, house 98 Elm 
Cook Westley, laborer, house 20 Wing 
Cook William Mrs., house 33 Bush, corner Fourth 
Cook Win. H. (Wm. H. Cook & Co.), junk dealer, 9, 11 

and 15 North Front, house 57 Kerapton 
COOK WM. H. & CO. (Wm. H. Cook and James 

Mackie), junk dealers, 9, 11 and 15 North Front 
Cooke H. B. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 144 Union, 
house 3 Greene ' [Fourth 

Cooke Robert, baker, 173 Union, house Potomska, corner 
Cooley Henry E., silver plater, boards 107 Elm 
Coombs Asa, shipwright, house 42 Smith 
Coombs Benjamin D., farmer, house Plainville 
Coombs Benjamin F. Mrs., house 75 Fourth 
Coombs Charles B., house 75 Fourth 
Coombs George C, reporter Mercury, boards 75 Fourth 
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82 NEW BEDFORD [(]] DIKECTORT. 

Coombs William, laborer, boards 101 North Water 
Coon George H., oil presser, house 116 Fourth 
Cooper Betsey, house 5 High 

Cooper Frances, widow of Thomas, house 157 Elm 
Cooper George, needle manufacturer, house 157 Purchase 
Cooper Henry, weaver, house 11 Rivet 
Cooper Lucy A. Mrs., house rear 163 Kempton 
Cooper Lureny, widow of Thomas, house 76 First 
Cooper Patrick, hostler W. H. Coffin, 18 School, corner 

First, house Coffin, corner First 
Cooper Thomas, laborer, boards 5 High 
Cooper Watson, laborer, house 209 Middle 
Cooper Wm. H., clerk, 32 School, corner South Second, 

boards Patrick Cooper's, Coffin, corner First 
Corcia Rosa Mrs., house 8^ Griffin 
Corey Ada F. Miss, dressmaker, house 84 Elm 
Corey Adaline H., widow of Charles W., house 84 Elm 
Corey Amy W. Miss, dressmaker, boards 84 Elm 
Corey Charles S., packer, boards 84 Elm 
Corey John, police, house 20 Crapo 
Corey John A., baker, boards 56 Mill 
Corey Julia Ann, widow, house 50 Mill 
Corey Michael, laborer, house 56 Mill 
Corey Orlando, clerk, 42 Purchase, house 20 Crapo 
Corey, see also Cory 
Corish James, currier, house 225 Middle 
Corish John, foreman N. B. Tannery, house 99 Smith 
Cornelia James, laborer, house 51 First 
Cornell Abbie, widow of Randall, house 48 Sycamore 
Cornell Amos, carriage maker, house 57 School 
Cornell Charles F., sexton Oak Grove cemetery, h. do. 
Cornell Charles R., foreman Robert S. Cornell, 135 Grin- 

nell, house 116 South Sixth 
Cornell Eliza Mrs., house 45 Foster 
Cornell Eliza A., widow of William, h, 281 So. Second 
Cornell Eugene H., passepartout maker, house 61 Spruce 
Cornell George A., engineer O. C. R. R., h. 484 Purchase 
Cornell John M., laborer, house 1 Potter 
Cornell John W., master mariner, house 44 North 
CORNEIili JOSEPH H., president and treasurer 
Gosnold mills, 198 North Third, house Acushnet av- 
enue. Grove place 
Cornell Joseph W., house 1 Ashland 
Cornell Pardon, butcher, h. Watson, n. Smith's mills road 
Cornell Phebe, widow, house 3 Durfee 
Cornell Robert S., livery and boarding stable, 185 Grin- 

nell,^ext Washington square, house 116 So. Sixth 
Cornell William G., trader, house 233 County 
Cornell William L., mariner, house 162 North Ash 



NEW BEDFORD [Q] DIRECTORY. 83 

Corniff John, harness maker, house 21 Arch 

Cornish Aaron, physician and surgeon, 3 Pleasant, h, do, 

Cornish Israel C, deputy chief of police. Central station, 3 

South Second, house 1 Rockland 
Cornish Ivory S., agent ^tna Life Insurance Co. of 

Hartford, 41 William, house 81 Maxfield 
Cornish Susan B. Miss, teacher High school, h. 112 Middle 
Corn well Ada B., widow of Edward L., h. 87 County 
Corsia Rosa Mrs., house 8|- Griffin 
Corson Charles M,, teamster, house 51 Middle 
Corson Temple S., coal. Front, c. Middle, h. 18 Bethel 
Corj^ Abby, widow, h. Mt. Pleasant, near Nash road 
Cory Andrew T., butcher, boards 12 Rockdale avenue 
Cory Clarissa G., widow of Alonzo L., house 78 So. Sixth 
Cory Daniel, ship-carpenter, house 85 North Second 
Cory Daniel W., clerk M. T. D. & M. Co., 20 Bedford, 

corner Fourth, house 38 Bedford 
Cory Everett N., painter, house 12 Rockdale avenue 
Cory Fredeiick A., farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant, n. Nash road 
Cory George A., carpenter, house Rockdale avenue, near 

Kempton 
Cory George G., mariner, house 6 Rockdale avenue 
Cory Isaac C, farmer and carriage maker, house 12 

Rockdale avenue 
Cory Lucilla, dressmaker, 75 Middle, house do. 
Cory Philip H., clerk, 55 Union, house 56 North 
Cory Seabury, clerk Swift & Allen, boards 28 High 
Cory William T., printer, boards 56 Mill 
Cory, see also Corey 

Corzilius Fred (F. Corzilius & Co.), bds. Parker House 
Corzilius Fred & Co. (Fred Corzilius and Chas. H. Ellis), 

ice-cream, etc., 63 Purchase 
Cosgi'ove Ann, widow, boards 54 Hazard 
Costa Joseph, house 106 South Water 
Costa Manuel E., mariner, house 62 Grinnell 
Costello Edward, weaver, house rear 8 Campbell 
Costello Mai'cellus, hair-dresser, 7 Liberty Hall building, 

house 178 North [Merrimac 

Costello Miles, weaver, boards Michael Conway's, rear 41 
Cota Charles C. (Cota & Smith), grooei-, 56 Cedar, house 

19 Morgan 
Cota Mrs., widow, house rear Wamsutta mills 
Cota & Smith (Charles C. Cota and Joseph C. Smith), 

grocers, 56 Cedar 
Cotter Eliza, widow, house 620 Acushnet avenue 
Cotter John, heater Gosnold mills, h. 686 Acushnet av. 
Cotter William F., gardener Mrs. Eliza A.Nye, Acushnet 

avenue, house Cedar grove, near Acushnet avenue 
Cotterlane Antone, mariner, house 185 South Water 



84 NEW BEDFORD [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Cottle Freeman, engineer, house 148 Mill 
Cottle Harriet B. Miss, trimmings and worsteds, 15 Pur- 
chase, house 86 Kempton 
Cotton Louisa Mrs., house 5 Spruce 
Couch George, night watchman Potomska mills, opposite 

269 South Water, house 7 Crapo [Crapo 

Couch William H., confectionery, 25 Pnfchase, boards 14 
Coughlin Dennis, coal-heaver, house foot of Merrimac 
Coughlin Jeremiah, laborer, boards 95 First 
Coughlin John, at Wamsutta mills, h. 12 Hazard court 
Coughlin Michael, machinist, house 95 First 
Couling Isham, grocer, 182 Kempton, house 67 Ash 
Covell Alexander H., clerk, 527 Purchase, bds. 39 Elm 
Covell Amy, widow of Halsey, house 169 Pleasant 
Covell Benjamin B., fruitgrower, house Acushnet avenue 
Covell Charles Mrs., house 172 Purchase 
Covell Edward T., inventor, house 3 South Cottage 
Covell Eliza, widow of Benj., house Acushnet avenue 
Covell Frederick P. (Covell & Ashley), h. 172 Purchase 
Covell George, house 37 Campbell 

Covell George A., jr., clerk D. A, Snell, h. 40 Sycamore 
Covell Henry B., painter, house 1 Cheapside 
Covell Jonathan, house 169 Acushnet avenue 
Covell Lucy A., widow of George A., house 14 Pope 
Covell Mary C, widow of Hiram, house 3 South Cottage 
Covell & Ashley (Frederick P. Covell and Charles S. 

Ashley), provisions, 177 Purchase 
Covin Alonzo E., foreman Parker House stable, h. 48 High 
Covin Arthur S., laborer, house 29)^ School 
Covin David, glassmaker, h. 35 School, cor. So. Second 
Covin David F., machinist Morse Twist Di'ill Co., house- 

94 Bedford 
Covin Herbert E., carriage trimmer, boards 35 School 
Covin Mercy Miss, nurse, house 42 North Second 
Covin Orion, clerk 153 Purchase, boards 48 High 
Covin Robert H., machinist, boards 35 School 
Cowan Mary Mrs., house 73 Middle 
Cowen Abram, mill operative, house 99 South Front 
Cowen Edward F. A., hack driver Andrew Dwelley, 

house 556 Purchase, corner Merrimac 
Cowin Zenas, farmer, house Rockdale avenue 
Cowing Clarence E., at N. B. Cordage Works, boards 9 

Jenney 
Cowing Thomas B., currier, house 64 North 
Cowing Wm. H., stone-cutter, house 9 Jenney 
Cowing William J., currier, boards 9 Jenney 
Cowing William M., conductor O. C. R. R., house 135 

Summer 
Cox Charles, weaver, house 5 Ashley 



NEW BEDFORD [(]] DIRECTORY. 85 

Cox James V., inspector Custom House, h. at Fairhaven 

Cox John, weaver, house 2}4 Austin 

Cox Richard, house 2}4 Austin 

Cox Sarah C, widow of Wm. H., house 39 Kempton 

Cox William T., mariner, house 91 South Second 

Coxen Charles H., clerk 145 Union, house 81 Walden 

Coxen Clarissa, widow of George E,, house 16 County 

Coyle Stephen, boards 77 Merrimac 

Cozmore Thomas, calker, house Kempton, corner Reed 

Crabtree George, weaver Wamsutta mills, h. 7 Ashley 

Crabtree Joshua, weaver, house 849 Acushnet avenue 

Crabtree Rebecca, widow of Michael, house 73 Dartmouth 

Craft Janies, police officer, house 216 Middle 

Crafts Daniel L. Rev., pastor Middle street Christian 

church, house 44 Chestnut 
Crafts Frank G. (Crafts & Allen), mattress makers, 

boards 73 Allen 
Crafts Reuben, carpenter, house 73 Allen 
Crafts Sarah F. Mrs., dressmaker, house 73 Allen 
CRAFTS & ALLEN (Frank G. Crafts and Charles 

G. Allen), upholsterers, 160 Union 
Cragen Charles H., rigger, house 57 Hill 
Craig John, boards Thomas Craig's, Chancery 
Craig Thomas, ropemaker, h. Chancery, n. West Middle 
Craigie Andrew, brass founder, 103 North Water, house 
51 Fourth [Acushnet av. 

Craigie Andrew T., clerk Atlantic wharf, boards 257 
Craigie Lizzie W. Miss, music teacher, house 51 Fourth 
Crandell Susanna A., widow, house at William J. Bow- 
en's, French avenue 
Crane Charles, tinsmith, house Acushnet avenue 
Crane George J., watchmaker, h. 510 Acushnet avenue 
Crane John Q. A., farmer O. G. Brownell, Mt. Pleasant 
Cranston James M., boat builder, Fish Island, house 155 
Pleasant [South Fourth 

Cranston John, boat builder (Tiverton, R. I.), house 149 
Cranston Lydia J. Miss, teacher High school, h. 73 North 
Cranston Orville W., carpet upholsterer, 13 Purchase, 

upstairs, house 82 Chestnut 
Cranston Sarah H. Miss, teacher Bush street primary 

school, house 73 North 
Crapo Charles W., teamster, house 90 Acushnet avenue 
Crapo Charles W. Mrs., house Crapo lane, from Dart- 
mouth, at Dartmouth line 
Crapo, Clifford & Clifford (William W. Crapo, Charles 

W. & Walter Clifford), lawyers, 35 North Water 
Crapo Emma, widow of Henry D., house 10 Bethel 
Crapo George G., farmer, house Plainville 
Crapo George H., master mariner, bouse 93 Smith 



86 NEW BEDFORD [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Crapo George L., carver, house 392 Acushnet avenue 
Crapo George M., frame maker, boards Acushnet avenue, 

corner Dover 
Crapo Jeremiah, rigger, house 94 State 
Crapo Peter, house 206 South Second 
Crapo Rebecca G. Mrs., seamstress, boards 52 Fifth 
Crapo Reuben, teamster, house 6 Walnut 
Crapo Robert C, telegraph operator, house Belleville 

road, near Acushnet river 
Crapo Square G., boards Jenney, near Kerapton 
' CRAPO WILLIAM W., president Mechanics Na- 
tional Bank, and (Crapo, Clifford & Clifford), lawyer, 

35 Forth Water, house 7 Orchard 
Craw Henry F., painter, boards 67 Pleasant 
Craw Henry T., master mariner, house 67 Pleasant 
Crawford Robert H., gardener, 38 South Sixth, bds. do. 
Crawn Michael, mule-spinner, house Blackmore, near 

South Water 
Crear Robert G., painter, 35 Union, house do. 
Creary Margaret, widow, house 26 South Second 
Crins Clara Mrs., house 16 Mill 

Cripps George, carpenter, house shoe factory, Durfee 
Croacher Daniel B., cooper, house 27 Sherman 
Croacher Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, house 25 Sherman 
Ci'oacher Rodolphus J. (Ellis & Croacher), cooper, 97 

First, house 115 Fifth 
Croacher Thomas W., doors, sashes and blinds, Leonard's 

wharf, house 121 Fifth 
Crocker Franklin T., clerk, 236 County, boards do. 
Crocker George O., merchant, 7 Commercial wharf, house 

148 William' 
Crompton John, weaver, house Potter, near Shawmut av. 
Cronan Daniel, pressman E. S. Perry, house 127 Cedar 
Crone Joseph, laborer Warasutta mills, h. 13 Austin ct. 
Cronin Cornelius, laborer, house 1 Harrison 
Cronin Joseph A., harness maker, 54 Elm, bds. 6 Foster 
Cronin Mary, widow, house 136 South Water 
Cronin William, harness maker, 54 Elm, house 64 Foster 
Crook M. Frank, operative, boards 1 Hickory 
Crook William H. (Brown & Co.), ship-carpenter, house 

73 First 
Crooker Charles A., master mariner, house 218 Purchase 
Crosby George, laborer, house 179 State 
Crosby Thomas S., carpenter, house 7 Jenney 
Crosby William T., laborer, boards 7 Jenney 
Cross David, carder, h. Sawyer, corner Bowditch 
Cross Hannah R., widow of John, house 231 So. Second 
Cross Thomas, weaver, house Linden court 
Cross Wm. O., carpenter, house 12 Sears court 



NEW BEDFOKD [(]] DIRECTORY. 87 

Grossman Robert H. (Hayden & Grossman), stoves, tin 

ware, etc., 185 Acushnet av., boards 92 Elm 
Grouch Thomas, hair-dresser, 144 Purchase, bds. Ash, cor- 
ner Kempton 
Grow George, spinner, h. 41 Merrimac, east of Purchase 
Grosvell Brittanise Mrs., house 38 Foster 
Growell Charles F., mariner, boards 209 South Water 
Growell Elizabeth F., widow of Amos, dressmaker, house 

67 Mill 
Growell Eunice, widow of Peleg, house 209 South Water 
Growell Isaac S., cooper, house 209 South Water 
Growell James A., master mariner, house 198 Summer 
Growell Leonard, mariner, house 84 Kempton 
Growell Lizzie N. Miss, music teacher, h. 21 South Sixth 
Growell Samuel, ship-carpenter, house 63 Foster 
Growell Stephen, bookkeeper, house 21 South Sixth 
Growell Tabitha Miss, house 84 Kempton 
Growell Theodore P., sailmaker, house 38 Foster 
Growley Daniel, laborer, house 111 Cedar 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, house 93 North Water 
Growley Elizabeth, widow, house 527 Acushnet avenue 
Crowley Jeremiah C, dyer, 41 William, b. 93 No. Water 
Growley John, baker, 173 IJnion, house 244 North Waiter 
Growley John, teamster, house 128 South First 
Crowley Margaret, widow of James, house 2 Turner ct. 
Crowley Mary, widow of Peter, house 244 South Water 
Crowley Timothy, laborer, house Penniman, corner State 
Groxson Levi, mule-spinner, house 11 Rivet 
Cruz Joseph, mariner, house 16 Wing 
Gru Joseph, seaman, boards 57 South Water 
Cuddy James, laborer, house 157 Fourth 
Cuddy Thomas, laborer, house 41 Grapo 
Cud worth Laura A., widow of David, house 38 Foster 
Cudworth Shadrach N., machinist M. T. D. Co., house 95 

Fourth 
Guff Levi, mariner, house 161 South First 
Guffe John H,, laborer at glass works, boards Hathaway 

road, near Rockdale avenue 
Guffe Samuel, house Hathaway road, near Rockdale av. 
Gullins Asa B., engineer, house 80 Merrimac 
Gumming Arthur, teacher of drawing in Public schools, 
house 164 William [Orchard 

Gummings Arthur (Wm. F. Potter & Co.), gi'ocer, h. 6 
Cummings Benjamin, clerk Tucker & Gummings, boards 
121 County [Orchard 

Gummings Benjamin T., merchant, Taber's wharf, house 6 
Gummings Charles S. (Tucker & Cummings), grocer, 100 

and 102 William, house 88 Fourth 
Cummings Cynthia S., widow of Benj., house 121 County 



88 NEW BEDFORD [C] DIRECTORY. 

Cummings Ernest, law student, 36>^ North Water, bds. 

164 William 
Cummings John A., fruit, house 22 Crapo 
Cummings John F., farmer, house rear Tarkiln hill road, 

near Acushnet station 
Cummings Martin, laborer, house 20 Austin court 
Cummings Peter, laborer, boards 40 Hazard 
Cummings Thomas, laborer, house 610 Purchase 
CUNHA JOSEPH, cigars and tobacco, 125|- Union, 

house 1203^ do. 
Cunha Joseph A., shoemaker, \1^)4 So. Water, h. 172 do. 
Cunniff John H., at Gosnokl mills, b. 54 North Second 
CunnifF Peter, laborer, house foot of Merrimac 
Cunniff William, laborer, house 75 South Water 
Cunniff William E., carpenter, house Harrison, cor. Oak 
Cunningham Daniel P., ranfr. harness and carriage soap, 

151 Grinnell, house do. 
Cunningham Edward J., at Morse Twist Drill Co., house 

15i Grinnell 
Cunningham Emma J. Miss, house 69 Hillman 
Cunningham James, spinner, house 262 South Second 
Cunningham John, pawnbroker, 62 Union, h. 10 Bethel 
Cunningham Margaret, widow of John, b. 220)^ County 
Cunningham Patrick, house 220,^ County 
Cunningham Wallace E., machinist, h. 91 Washington 
Cunningham William H., fruit and vegetables, 31 Union, 

house 67 Hillman 
Cunningham William J., laborer, house 120 Chestnut 
Curran Mary Mrs., house foot Seneca 
Curry William, spinner, house 63 Grinnell 
Curtis Daniel J., weaver, house 41 Merrimac 
Curtis Manuel E., farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant, bey'd Nash rd. 
Curtis Richard (Cannon & Curtis), rigger, Commercial 

wharf, house 77 Pleasant 
CUSHING CHARLES F., harness _ mnfr. and 

trunk dealer, 24 and 26 Pleasant (Cheapside), corner 

William, house 102 High [Hillman 

Cushing John K., cari^enter. State, cor. Maxfield, h. 63 
Cushman Andrew, laborer, house 44 South Second 
Cushman Azariah, carpenter, boards rear 497 Purchase 
Cushman D. P. Mrs., millinery, 229 Purchase, house at 

Rochester 
Cushman Frederick, house 291 Acushnet av., cor. School 
Cushman T. R. Mrs., house 46 South Sixth 
Cusick James, brick-layer, boards 4 Hazard court 
Cutcher Frank, weaver, boards Prospect, corner Grinnell 
Cutler Charles H., engineer Potomska mills, ojjposite 269 

South Water, house 91 Acushnet avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [D] DIRECTORY. 89 

Cutler Hannah C. Mrs., house 205 Middle 
Cypress Robert W., hair-di-esser, 166 Purchase, house rear 
35 Smith 

DABNEY ADELINE, widow, house 576 Purchase 

Dabney Antone, cook, house 180 North 

Dacey Patrick F., glass maker, house 46*South 

Dade Julia Mrs., house 119 Smith [Sycamore 

Daggett Charles N., blacksmith Cordage Factory, h. 108 

Daggett Eliphalet, house 164 North 

Dahlll Bridget, widow of Peter, house 803 Purchase, 

corner Penniman 
Dailey John W., provisions, 4 So. Second, h, 6 Spring 
DAILY EVENING STANDARD, E. Anthony 

& Sons, proprietors, 67 Union [Linden 

Daily Michael, laborer, house Smith block. State, next 
Dale Mrs., widow, house 71 Campbell 
Daley George, weaver, house Cedar Grove, 7th on right . 

from Acushnet avenue [20 South Emerson 

Daley George H., driver N. B. Ice Co., 9 Fourth, house 
Daley James Thomas, weaver Wamsutta mills, boards 

Cedar Grove, 4th on right from Acushnet avenue 
Daley John W., butcher, house 228 South Second 
Daley Joseph, weaver, house Cedar Grove, 4th on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Daley Mary, widow, house 75 South Water 
Daley Thomas, laborer, house 714 Acushnet avenue 
Daley Winnifred A., widow of Patrick, house Cedar 

Grove, 4th on right from Acushnet avenue 
Dallman Chas. E., clerk, 27 Purchase, boards 52 Bedford 
Dallman Selina V., widow of Thomas, house 52 Bedford 
Dallman Thomas, clerk, 145 Union, boards 52 Bedford 
Dalhnnn William H., rope maker, boards 52 Bedford 
Dalton Catharine, widow, house 222 South Water 
Daly Eliza, widow of John, house 340 Cedar 
Daly Joseph F., clerk, 269 So. Water, bds. 114 Grinnell 
Daly Patrick, grocer, 269 So. Water, house 114 Grinnell 
Dalryrimple Archibald, carpenter, house 8 Ashley 
Dammon Franklin M., house 214 Cedar 
Dammon Frederick A., boards 83 Smith 
Dammon George K., ship-carpenter, house 276 Purchase 
Dammon Harry F., carpenter, 18 Mill, house do. 
Dammon Samuel, ship-carpenter, North Water, corner 

North, house 31 Hillman 
Dammon Silas D., ship-carpenter, house 83 Smith 
Dammon Thos. H., ship-carpenter, house 138 Campbell 
Damon Doane W., ship joiner, Hamilton, h. 30 Cypress 
Damon Fanny Mrs., house 7 First 
Damon Frederick H,, clerk, 207 Purchase, h. at Fairhaven 



90 NEW BEDFORD [])] DIRECTORY. 

Damon Henry D.. ship joiner, house 123 Cedar 
Damon Hulda, widow of Chandler, house 71 Maxfield 
Damon Samuel H., carpenter, North Water, near North, 

house 27 Sycamore 
Damon Wm. H,, ship-carpenter, house 67 Hillman 
Damzell James, laborer, house Plainville road 
Dana Charles Mrs., house 10 South Second 
Dana Charles E., steward, boards 10 South Second 
Dana Elizabeth C, widow of William A,, h. 86 Bedford 
Dana Frank R., steward, house 148 Mill 
Dandridge Rosena, widow of Andrew, h. 126 Kempton 
Dandy Joseph, boarding-house, 158 South Water 
Danforth Charlotte L. Mrs., house 111 Cedar 
Danignoer Norbert, shoemaker, house 2 Hampton court 
Dantsizen Christian, furniture and upholstery, 191 Elm, 

bouse do. 
Dantsizen Frank M., cabinet maker, boards 191 Elm 
Dantsizen John G., upholsterer, boards 191 Elm 
Dantsizen William C, mariner, boards 191 Elm 
Daquit Vitalique, weaver, house 3 North Front 
Darling Franklin M., farmer, boards William Darling's, 

Acushnet avenue 
Darling William, cooper, house Acushnet avenue 
Darenau Frank S., farmer 

Davaller Antone, fisherman, house 278 South Water 
Davenport Abby D., widow of John, h. 26 County avenue 
Davenport Alfred C, painter, house 38 Cedar 
Davenport Alonzo, carpenter, h. 80 First, corner Bush 
Davenport Andrew B. C, carriage smith. Pleasant, near 

Elm, house at Fairhaven 
Davenport Augustus M., painter, house 6 Emerson 
Davenport Charles H., laborer, boards 6 Emerson 
Davenport Dudley, grocer, Arnold, cor. Ash, b. 113 Elm 
Davenport George E., clerk, 154 North, boards 38 Cedar 
Davenport John, laborer, house Willis, corner Emerson 
Davenport Lydia G. Miss, house 41 Fourth 
DAVENPORT, MASON & CO. (John S. Bassett 
and William Walker, Taunton, and Geo. C. Hatch 
and Calvin Raymond, New Bedford), N. Y. Southern 
and Western Express, 5 Ricketson block 
Davenport Patience M., widow of Charles D., h. 113 Elm 
Davis Aaron, ship-carpenter, house 35 Maxfield 
Davis Abner T., gardener, house 82 Kempton 
Davis Adeline, widow of Alden, house 81 State 
Davis Alace, widow of Silas, h. Jenney, near Kempton 
Davis Anna, widow of Joseph, h. 76 Walnut, c. Seventh 
Davis Annie S., widow of James A., h. 31 Hillman 
Davis Benjamin, boot and shoe maker, 74 Kempton, h. do. 



NEW BEDFORD [])] DIRECTORY. 91 

Davis Benjamin S., laborer, house 24 Chancery- 
Davis Bradford, teamster, house 20 Bonney 
Davis Charles E., house 8 Chancery 
Davis Charles E., machinist, boards 209 Purchase 
Davis Charles F., clerk, 9 No. Sixth, bds. 65 Walden 
Davis Charles F., clerk W. T. Soule, bds. 49 Bedford 
Davis Charles G., dentist, Pleasant, corner Union, house 

8 Hicketson court 
Davis Charles L., painter, house 106 Chestnut 
Davis Charles S., grocer, 417 Purchase, h. Ill Merrimac 
Davis Cornelia W. Miss, teacher Plainville school, house 

49 Bedford 
Davis Daniel W., currier, house 8 Cypress 
Davis Darins, blacksmith, house 485 Purchase 
Davis David, fnrraer, house Hathaway road 
Davis EHza, widow of James, house 17 Ash 
Davis Frank L., boards 60 Parker 
Davis Frederick A., night watchman House of Correction, 

house 49 Bedford 
Davis Frederick B., mason, house 165 Grinnell 
Davis George B., calker, house 108 South Front 
Davis George D., carpenter, house 60 Parker 
Davis George H., machinist Morse Twist Drill Works, 

boards 105 Fourth 
Davis Geo. W., machinist M. T. D. Co., house 161 Fourth 
Davis Gideon, farmer, boards 7 Jenney 
Davis Henry T., carpenter, house 190 Acushnet avenue 
DAVIS HEl^RY V., manufacturing chemist, Court, 

office 40 North Water, and treasurer N. B. Tool Co., 

house 11 Morgan 
Davis Henry V., jr., clerk H. V. Davis, h, 38 South Cedar 
Davis Humphrey Mrs., house Court, corner Orchard 
Davis Ira, clerk No. Second, cor. Elm, b. 46 No. Second 
Davis Isabella Miss, dressmaker, 80 Middle, house do. 
Davis James, weaver, house Washburn, third on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Davis James, 2d, grocer, Acushnet avenue, junction, near 

Washburn, house do. 
Davis James, farmer, house 18 Rockdale avenue 
Davis James A., house 71 Middle 
Davis Jefferson, clerk, 131 Union, house 4 Foster 
Davis John, house Acushuet avenue 
Davis John, mariner, house 87 Grinnell 
Davis John W., grease collector, 14 South Second, house 

209 Middle 
Davis John W., clerk Parker House, boards do. 
Davis Joseph, weaver, boards Washburn, third on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Davis Joseph, laborer, house 185 South Second 



92 NEW BEDFORD [])] DIRECTOEY. 

Davis Joseph E., driver Marion stage line, 5 South Sixth, 

house at Marion 
Davis Joseph T., prop, of South Dartmouth stage line, 5 

Ricketson block, 140 Union, h. at South Dartmouth 

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s Julia Mrs,, house 20 Park 
s Leroy W, Mrs., nurse, boards 64 State 
s Lorenzo D., merchant tailor, house 65 Walden 
is Lysander W., ship-carpenter, house 106 Chestnut 
.s Mahala M., widow, house 79 South Cedar 
:s Manuel, laborer, house 57 Howland 
s Mary, widow of Joseph, house 165 Grinnell 
!S Moses F., house 26 Ash 
:s Noah, teamster, boards 20 Bonney 
s N. Miss, teacher Plainville school, b. 49 Bedford 
s Oliver B., tinman, 45 North Water, h. 95 High 
s Otis A., laborer, house rear 178 Allen 
s Rebecca W. Miss, house 76 Walnut 
s Rhoda T,, widow of Isaac H., h. 223 Acushnet av. 
s Robert F., carpenter, h. 78 So. Sixth, cor. Bedford 
s Shad, basket maker, bds. John Davis', Acushnet av. 
s Thomas, sexton Rural cemetery, Cemetery lodge, 
Dartmouth, house do. 
Davis Timothy (Davis & Hatch), coffee and sj^ice mills, 

59 High, house 222 County 
Davis Walter C, clerk 145 Union, boards 95 High 
Davis Wendell, boards Bancroft House [38 Willis 

Davis' William A., laborer N. B. Copper Works, house 
Davis William E., driver, 34 Union, house 73 Parker 
D^avis Wra. G., teamster Wilson & Co., house 45 North 
Davis William H., mariner, boards 35 Maxfield 
Davis William L , mariner, house Tarkiln hill road 
DAVIS & HATCH (Timothy Davis and Thacher 

C. Hatch), coffee and spice mills, 59 High 
Dawson Benjamin, grocer, 595 and 597 Purchase, corner 

Merrimac, house do. 
Dawson Elizabeth, widow of Alexander, h. 570 Purchase 
Dawson Joseph, clerk 595 Purchase, boards do. 
Dawson Margaret Mrs., house Durfee, opp. Ashland 
Dawson Nehemiah, cigars and tobacco, 642 Acushnet ave- 
nue, house 644 do. 
Days Victoria Mrs., tailoress, house 140 South Water 
Dayton George M., engineer, boards 108 South Fifth 
Dayton Luther M., captain of police. Central police Sta- 
tion 3, 5 South Second, house 75 Campbell 
Deacon John, ropemaker, house 38 Ash 
Deacon Joseph, clerk, 27 William, house 150 Cedar 
Deacon William, plumber, 32 William, and com. mer., 24 

South Water, house 42 Ash 
Dean Aaron H., clerk, 42 Purchase, boards 173 Middle 



NEW BEDFOKD [D] DIRECTORY. 93 

Dea-a Catherine, widow of Charles E., house 147 Ehn 
Dean Charles E., machinist, house 153 Acushnet avenue 
Dean Charles F., carriage painter Geo. L. Brownell, 

house 43 North Sixth 
Dean Edward W., waiter, boards 147 Elm 
Dean Edwin, house 15 Morgan 
Dean E^-ank, boards 15 Morgan 
Dean Frank J., engraver, boards Mansion House 
Dean Frank W., upholsterer C. Maxfield, h. 104 Hillman 
Dean Franklin P., mason, boards 4 Emerson 
Dean George E., clerk, 47 Purchase, boards at Fairhaven 
Dean George F,, clerk, 43 Purchase, boards 5 Sears court 
Dean Henrj^ N., iron work mufr., head North Water, 

house 202 Purchase 
Dean Horatio G., importer of watches, house 2 Walnut 
Dean John H., mason, house 98 Pleasant 
Dean John P., laborer, house 4 Emerson 
Dean Joseph G., house 59 Elm 
Dean Joseph H. (J. H, Dean & Co.), oysters, 13 North 

Second, house rear 67 Fourth 
Dean J. H. & Co. (Joseph H. Dean and Bourne S. Bart- 

lett), oysters, 13 North Second 
Dean Moses, finisher, boards 202 Purchase 
Dean Puella, widow, boards 413 Purchase 
Dean Reuben, shoemaker, house Shawmut av., n. Durfee 
Dean Sarah P., widow of Aaron, house 173 Middle 
Dean William K., clerk, 154 Purchase, boards 4 Emerson 
Deane John H., police, boards 77 Fifth, next school-house 
Deane Thomas, laborer, house 77 Fifth, next school-house 
Dearden Jonathan, section hand, house 12 Austin court 
DeCourcy Thomas F,, laborer. Oak Grove cemetery, 

house do. 
Dedrick Chas. M., carpenter, house 174 Summer 
Dedrick Henry Y„ house 165 Kempton 
Dedrick William H., laborer, house 301 Cedar 
DeFreese Anthony S., cooper, house 38 South Second 
DeFreese A. S. Mrs., hair worker, house 38 South Second 
Dehu Edward W., clerk 6 South Water, boards 147 Elm 
Dehoney Daniel, laborer, house 48 South 
Dehoney Joanna E. Miss, dressmaker, house 48 South 
Dehoney John, laborer, house 194 South Second 
Dehoney Joseph H., clerk, 201 South Water, h. 48 South 
Delan Walter H., house Allen's corner, Plainville 
Delaney James, house Elm, corner North Water 
Delano Arvilla K., widow of Ezra, house 189 Middle 
DELANO CHARLES E. P., granulated soap 

mnfr,, 21 School, corner First, house 189 Middle 
Delano Clara E. Miss, teacher Linden st. primary school 



94 NEW BEDFORD [])] DIRECTORY. 

Delano Francis G., currier, boards Whitcorab House, 152 

Union 
Delano George (Geo. Delano & Co.), oil and candle mnfr., 
office South Second, corner South, boards 35 Eighth 
DELANO GEORGE & CO. (Geo. Delano, F. L. 
B. Mayhew, James A. Fussel and Stephen C. L. Del- 
ano), oil and candle mnfrs., office South Second, cor- 
ner South, and 140 Front, N. Y. 
Delano Gustavus, stucco worker, 6 E'^ifth, h. 74 Kempton 
Delano Harrison, ganger and inspecter of oil, 17 Middle, 

house 51 Hill 
Delano Humphrey, mariner, boards 113 Elm 
Delano John A., master mariner, boards 11 Fifth 
Delano Joseph C, house 20 Hawthorn 
Delano Mary A, G. Miss, house 57 North Sixth 
Delano N. P. Miss, millinery, 8 Purchase, h. at Fairhaven 
Delano Phoebe, widow of Abraham, boards 73 North 
Delano Richard M., prop. Whitcomb House, 152 Union 
Delano Stephen, dry goods, 10 Purchase, house 34 Eighth 
Delano Stephen C. L. (Geo. Delano & Co.), oils, etc., South 

Second, corner South, house at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Delehanty John J., clerk, Bancroft House, boards do. 
Delga Manuel, mariner, house 1 Cannon 
Demello John C, city laborer, house 184K South Second 
Demoranvil Albert E., hostler at Doane's, French avenue, 

boards do. 
Demoranvil Charles H., boards 50 Bedford 
Demoranvil Dennis F., teamster, house 50 Bedford 
Demoranville Daniel H., teamster, h. Mt. Pleasant lane 
Demoranville Dennis, hackman, house rear 39 Smith 
Demoranville James, teamster, boards 65 Merrimac 
Demoranville Stephen E., stone worker, house 65 Merrimac 
Demoranville Walter, laborer, house Skiff avenue, corner 

Acushnet avenue 
Derapsey Daniel Mrs., house 17 Oak 
Dempsey Joseph, shoemaker, house So. First, cor. Delano 
Denby Jacob H., police, house 5 Spruce 
Denham Edward (T. M. Denham & Brother), h. 216 Union 
Denham Frederick, boards 216 Union 
Denham James R., letter carrier P. O., house 106 So. Sixth 
Denham James R., 2d, clerk, 185 Acushnet avenue, boards 

109 South Second 
Denham Thomas M. (T. M. Denham & Brother), shirt 

mnfr., 384 Acushnet avenue, house 57 Cypress 
Denham Tilson B., house 216 Union 
Denham T. M. & Brother (Thomas M. and Edward Den- 
ham), shirt mnfrs., 384 Acushnet avenue 
Denham William H., clerk P. 0., house 109 So. Second 



NEW BEDFOED [])] DIRECTORY. 95 

DENISON BROTHERS & CO. (John H. and 
Heury C. Denison, and Geo. Wilson), Eureka Flour 
Mills, 42 South Water 
Denison Henry C. (Denison Bros. & Co.), Eureka Flour 

Mills, house 170 Union 
Denison John H. (Denison Bros. & Co.), Eureka Flour 

Mills, house 33 South Sixth 
Dennis Ephraim K., boards 153 Middle 
Dennis Foster S., contractor, house 153 Middle 
Dennis Henry Gr., contractor, house 153 Middle 
Dennis Sarah, widow of Joaquin, house Willis, near Cedar 
Dennis Valariah, widow of Foster S., house 153 Middle 
Dennis William R., salesman Nathan Lewis, house 170 

Middle 
Dennison Artson K., overseer weaving Potomska mill, 

opposite 269 South Water, house 49 Acushnet av, 
Dennison Tristram R., city missionary, house 28 Fifth 
Denny William, at Potomska mill, house 14 Grape 
DeKose Carrie Mrs., house 33 Pleasant 
Derville Lewis, servant Mansion House, 87 Union, bds. do. 
Desmond Thomas F., lawyer, 20 Robeson building, house 

161 State 
Desmond T. D., upholstei-er, boards Whitcomb House, 152 

Union 
Despades Benjamin, seaman, house 5 Morgan's lane 
Devine Margaret, widow of William, house 702 Acush- 
net avenue 
Devlin John, spinner, house Linden court 
Devoll Daniel P., cooper, house 42 Mill 
DevoU Daniel T., student at Stetson & Green's, boards 28 

Walnut 
Devoll Elizabeth J., widow of George B., h. 33 Pleasant 
Devoll Eugene H., frame maker, boards 33 Pleasant 
Devoll George H., painter, house 39 Hillman 
Devoll Gideon, mason, house 510 Acushnet avenue 
Devoll James F., clerk 161 South Water, corner How- 
land, house 127 South Second 
Devoll James I., laborer, house 60 Spruce 
Devoll Jonathan, carpenter, house 16i>^ Mill 
Devoll Joseph, fish dealer, lOO South Water, h. 22 Griffin 
Devoll Joseph A., machinist, house 81 Forest 
Devoll Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, house 1613^ Mill 
Devoll Pardon (Pardon Devoll & Son), boots and shoes, 

32 Purchase, house 23 Walnut 
Devoll Pardon, jr. (Pardon Devoll & Son), boots and 

shoes, 32 Purchase, house 483 Acushnet avenue 
Devoll Pardon & Son (Pardon and Pardon Devoll, jr.), 
boots and shoes, 32 Purchase 



96 NEW BEDFORD [])] DIRECTORY. 

Devoll Thomas E., wood worker Pierce & Bushnell, 

boards 22 Griffin 
Devoll William, master mariner, house 47 Hillman 
Devoll William L,, salesman Pardon Devoll & Son, 

boards 23 Walnut 
Devoll, see also Davoll 

Dewess Nathaniel, weaver, house Durfee, n. Shawmut av, 
Dewire Edward, weaver, house 20 Fulton court 
Dewire Ellen Mrs., house 20 Fulton court 
Dewire Patrick, laborer N". B. Copper works, house Clark 
Dewire Wm., tanner, house Emerson, corner Arnold 
DeWolf Ann Jane Mrs., variety store, 281 Purchase, new 

and second-hand furniture, 305 Purchase, house 283 

Purchase 
DeWolf Charles, carpenter and builder, Mechanics lane, 

near North Sixth, house 9 Court 
DeWolf Eugene, carpenter, boards 125 Middle 
DeWolf Jaines, house, ship and sign painter, 164 Acush- 

net avenue, house 168 do. 
DeWolf William, traveling salesman, house 125 Middle 
DeWolf William H., painter, house 119 Allen 
• De Wolfe Charles F., jr., clerk 281 Purchase, boards 283 do. 
DeWolfe Henry, lamplighter, house 38 Campbell 
DEWS EDWIN, books and stationery, 103, 105, and 

107 Union and 123 Purchase, house 37. Sycamore 
Dewson Edward H. (Dewson, Williams & Co.), proprietor 

N. B. tannery, house at Quincy 
Dewson Francis W., bookkeeper New Bedford Tannery, 

boards 17 Seventh 
DEWSON, WILIilAMS & Ca (Edward H. 

Dewson, Stedman Williams, and Timothy Reed), 

proprietors New Bedford Tannery, Court 
Dexter Ainsworth, carpenter, house 48 Willis 
Dexter Alonzo P., eating-house, 100 Union, h. 11 Fourth 
Dexter Elizabeth P., widow of Benjamin, house 34 North 
Dexter Charles E., driver Fall River stage, 5 South Sixth, 

house 229 Purchase 
Dexter Gilmore Mrs., boarding-house, 13 Maxfield 
Dexter Henry M., clergyman, house 277 County 
Dexter Howard N,, shoe-cutter, house 57 Campbell 
Dexter Isabella, widow of Freeman, house 11 Franklin 
Dexter Jenney C. Mrs., house 160 Union 
Dexter John L., clerk, 3 Merrill's wharf, boards 17 Sevent*!! 
Dexter Josiah A., watchmaker and jeweler, 211 Purchase, 

house 148 Summer 
Dexter Pamelia, widow of James, house 59 Spruce 
Dexter R, A. Miss, milliner, 154 Union, boards at South 

Dartmouth 



NEW BEDFORD [])] DIRECTORY. 97 

DEXTER THOMAS D., carriage painter, 51 Elm, 

house 124 Middle 
Dexter Weston A., i^ainter Hart & Akin, house Coffin, 

corner First 
Dexter Wra. A., baggage master O. C. R. R., h. 178 North 
Dexter & Haskins (Cyrenius W. Haskins), watches, 20 

Purchase 
Deas Mary, widow of Daniel, house 185 South Second 
Deas Kaynian T., seaman, house 176 South Second 
Diamond John H., deck hand, house 16 Griffin 
Dias Charles H., clerk T. M. Hart, bouse 42 North Second 
Dlas Joseph, clerk 150 Union, boards 42 North Second 
Dias Joseph A., master mariner, house 71 Forest 
Dias Simeon D., clerk, boards 42 North Second 
Dick John, weaver, house 54 Acushnet avenue 
Dickie John, h. Washburn, 1st on left, from Acushnet av. 
Diette Frank, laborer, house 10 Hampton court 
Dillingham Abram L., clerk James Davis 2d, Acushnet 

avenue junction, house at Acushnet 
Dillingham Caroline C. Miss, dressmaker, h. 29 Seventh 
Dillingham Jane S., widow, house 27 Elm 
Dillingham John, house 33 Pleasant 
Dillingham Joseph, carpenter, house 13 Spruce 
Dillino'ham Lizzie J. Miss, bookkeper W. T. Soule, boards 

27 Elm 
Dillingham Naaman H., glass packer, h. 100 Washington 
Dillon Patrick, laborer, house 75 South Water, cor. Bush 
Diramock Peter, house South Water, corner Delano 
Dimond James C, Mrs., house 190 Elm 
Dimond William C, rope maker, boards 190 Elm 
Dinoon Daniel, laborer, boards 7 Willis 
Dion Flavien, laborer, house 201 State 
Dix Silas J., laborer, house 176 Kempton 
Dixon Sarah, widow, house 83 Pleasant 
Doane Barnabas, carpenter, house 51 Summer 
Doane Charles E., boards 51 Summer 
Doane Edward, deck hand, house 5 Campbell 
Doane George E., carpenter Parker House, boards 51 

Summer 
Doane Harriet T,, widow of James N., house 87 Summer 
Doane Howard C, carpenter, boards 51 Summer 
Doane Isaac S., packer, house 90 Smith 
Doane John H. J. (Doane & Co.), merchant tailor and 

seamen's outfits, 55 Union, house French avenue 
Doane Joshua T., boards 13 Mill 
Doane Robert N. B., photographer, 36 Purchase, house 

37 Kempton 
Doane Simeon (Doane & Co.), merchant tailor and sea- 
man's outfits, 55 Union, house French avenue 
7 



98 NEW BEDFORD [])] DIRECTORY. 

Doane William H., light keeper at Sow and Pigs Light 

Vessel, house 13 Mill 
Doane William L. R., clerk 64 Union, house French av. 
Doane & Co. (Simeon and J, H. .T. Doane), merchant 

tailors and seamen's outfits, 55 Union 
Dodds James, laborer, house 74 First 
Dodge Mary, widow of John, house 55 Cypress 
Dotierty James, gardener, house 8 County 
Doherty James, laborer, house rear 43 Middle 
Doherty John, coal shoveler, house 96 South Second 
Dolan Freelove, widow, h, 5 Shawmut av., near Durfee 
Dollard Catharine Miss, house 66 Prospect 
Dollard Edward K., clerk North Front, foot of Middle, 
boards Elm, corner Water [North Water 

Dollard John H., marble-^cutter, 10 William, boards 93 
Dollard Mark, Thayer & Judd, house 93 North Water 
Dollard Mark J., harness maker, bds. No. Water, cor. Elm 
Dollard Phillip, gardener, 68 Russell, house do. 
Domingo Zilphia, widow of John, house 13 Arnold 
Donaghy Andrew, at N. B. Cordage Co., h. 95 Washington 
Donaghy Joseph, laborer, house 108 Maxfield 
Donaghy Thomas, boot and shoe dealer, and ticket agent, 
50 and 52 Union, corner of South Water, and pro- 
prietor N. B. Monumental Marble Works, 21 Fourth, 
house 103 Acushnet avenue 
Donahue Andrew, copper worker, house 68 Hazai'd 
Donahue Charles, weaver, boards 200 Pleasant 
Donahue John, weaver, house rear Clark, near Purchase 
Donahue Moses, operative, house 184 State 
Donahue Robert, ropemaker, house Jenney, near Court 
Donahue Thomas, house 200 Pleasant 
Donahue Thomas, jr., weaver, house 194 State 
Donigan Cornelius, laborer, house 706 Purchase 
Donlan Hugh F., clerk O. C. R. R. freight office, boards 

Bancroft House 
Donneaud Charles F., ship keeper, house 73 Cypress 
Donnelly Michael, laborer, house 131 South Front 
Donnelly Michael, weaver, house 88 Linden 
Donnelly Timothy, teamster, boards 131 South Front 
Donovan Bridget, widow of Richard, house 39 Middle 
Donovan Dennis, laborer, liouse 251 South First 
Donovan Dennis, laborer, house 628 Acushnet avenue 
Donovan James, laborer, house 623 Acushnet avenue 
Donovan James weaver, boards 251 South First 
Donovan John, laborer, house Washburn, 4th on left from 

Acushnet avenue 
Donovan Lawrence Mrs., house 32 Hnzard 
Donovan Nicholas, laborer, house 32 Hazard 
Dooley Michael, laborer, house Eddy's wharf 



NEW BEDFORD [])] DIRECTORr. 99 

Dootson Isabella Mrs., dry goods, 264 Purchase, K. do. 

Dootson John, clerk 264 Purchase, house do. 

Dootson Richard, slioemaker, boards 264 Purchase 

Dootson Thomas, tailor, boards 264 Purchase 

Doran Samuel, gardener George Howland, jr., 37 South 

Fifth, house'Sl Ash 
Doran Wm., stone-cutter, 26 No. Second, house 21 Ash 
Dorr Orrin H., clerk O. C. R. R. freight office, boards 82 

Fourth 
Doten Nathaniel, cooper, house 84 Washington 
Doty Alex. Augustus, speed fixer, h. 285 South Second 
Doty Wm. P., house 484 Purchase 
Douchrchy Robert, farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Douglass Alexander, carpenter, house 278 South Water 
Douglass Edwin A., blacksmith, house 171 Mill 
Douglass Edwin A., law student, 35 North Water 
Douglass Ellen Mrs., house 160 Cedar 
Douglass Ellsworth H., clerk, Union, corner Pleasant, 

boards 171 Mill 
Douglass Eveline, widow of Octavius, house 15 Park 
Douglass Francis H., teamster, 99 Union, house 23 Seventh 
Douglass Frank M., clerk, 215 Purchase, house 18 Cedar 
Douglass Keziah Miss, house 165 Kempton 
Douglass Lincoln, coachman, house 186 Kempton 
Douglass William, plasterer, house 128 North Cedar 
DouU Alexander, boards 38 Bedford 
Doull James, building materials and house carpenter and 

builder, 2 School, house 323 Purchase 
Douter Joseph, weaver, house 177 South Water 
Dow David, weaver, house 2 Hazard court 
Dow Lizzie M. Mrs., house 196 County 
Dow Samuel H., steward, house 2 Cook 
Dow William, shoemaker, house 253 South Water 
Dow William, weaver, house 200 State 
Dowden James, master mariner, house 40 Elm 
Dowden Lizzie E. Mrs., milliner, house 40 Elm 
Dower James, laborer, house 567 Acushnet avenue 
Dowling Bartliolomew, peddler, house 633 Purchase 
Dowling James, weaver, house 5 Wall 
Downey John, laborer, house 77 North Second 
Downey John, laborer,' house 57 Middle 
Downey John, teamster, bds. rear 690 Acushnet avenue 
Downey Margaret, widow, house rear 690 Acushnet av. 
Downey Maurice, seaman, house 125 South First 
Downey Michael, laborer, house 152 South Water 
Downey Patrick, laborer, house 134 South Water 
Downey Peter, laborer, house 39 Middle 
Downey William, laborer, house 8 High 
Downey William, clerk Tucker & Cumraings, boards 

Mt. Pleasant House 



100 NEW BEDFORD []}] DIRECTORY. 

Dowson George, weaver, boards 283 South Second 
Dowty Alexander, blacksmith, house South Front, near 

Blackmore 
Doxcy John, spinner, house 211 South Water 
Doxcy Thomas, spinner, boards 211 South Water 
Doxtraze Theodule, operative, house 199 Pleasant 
Doxtrodaur Adam, bds. Joseph Doxtrodaur's, Washburn 
Doxtrodaur Albert, mill operative, h. r. Wamsutta mills 
Doxtrodaur Edward^ card grinder, house 19 Austin court 
Doxtrodaur Job, mill operative, house r. Wamsutta mills 
Doxtrodaur Joseph, oiler, house 11 Hampton court 
Doxtrodaur Joseph, laborer, house Washburn, 13th on 

left from Acushnet avenue 
Doxtrodaur William, mill operative, h. r. Wamsutta mills 
Doyle James, spimier, house 19 Austin 
Doyle Mary Miss, house 843 South Water 
Doyle Mills, laborer, house South First, corner Delano 
Doyle Patrick, weaver, boards 283 South Second 
Drake Albert B., clerk, boards 218 Acushnet avenue 
Drake John, weaver, boards 291 South Water 
Drake Lewis E., mariner, house 218 Acushnet avenue 
Drake Matilda M., widow of Wilson, house 47 Bedford 
Drake Mary E., widow of Jonathan E., h.2l8 Acushnet av. 
Dray den James T., mariner, house 2 Common 
Dresscott Addie Miss, dressmaker, 8 Sears court, house do. 
Dresscott James A., hostler, boards 32 Hillman 
Dresscott VVm. H., clerk, 34 Purchase, house Seai'S court 
Drew Charles J. (Caldwell & Drew), concreting and roof- 
ing, house 62 Summer 
Drew Chnse, painter, house 57 Mechanics lane 
Drew Francis B., finisher N. B, Copper Works, house 

242 County 
Drew George H., calker, house 31 Elm 
Drew James N., calker, 120 North Second, house 31 Elm 
Drew John T., stone-cutter, house 64 Spruce 
Drew Mary E., widow of Joshua, house 61 Merrimac 
Drew Moses C, card grinder, house 197 Cedar 
Drew Phineas F., stone yard, North, between County and 

Summer, house Topham, near Shawmut avenue 
Drew Reuben, farmer, house west of Shawmut avenue 
Drew Wanton T., h. 184 Acushnet av,, opp. Bedford 
Dricous Alexander, head cook steamer City of Fitchburg, 

house 18 Park [Kerapton 

Driggs James D., shipsmith, Merrill's wharf, house 61 
Dring Nathaniel, hostler, house 153 Elm 
Driscol Stephen G. (Driscol, Church & Hall), grocer, 64 

Union, boards 35 Eighth 
Driscol, Church & Hall (S. G. Driscol, Wm. N. Church, 

and Gilbert N. Hall), wholesale grocers, 64 and 66 

Union 



NEW BEDFOED [])] DIRECTORY. 101 

Driscoll Ann, widow of Daniel, bouse Pl.iinville 

Driscoll James, operative, boards 194 State 

Driscoll Jennie Mrs., millinery, 77 William, bouse 197 Elm 

Driscoll Jobn, coachman William J. Rotcb, b. 208 Union 

Driscoll Mary, widow, bouse 3 Wamsutta 

Driscoll Micliael, laborer, bouse 2d on State from Austin 

Driscoll Patrick, weaver, bouse 5 Black more 

Driscoll Patrick, at Wamsutta mills, boards 3 Wamsutta 

Driscoll Patrick, millinery, bouse 199 Elm 

Driscoll Robert, grocer, 562 Purchase, bouse 560 do. 

Driscoll Timothy, machinist, house 561 Acushnet avenue 

Drisc<dl William, teamster, boards 380 Purchase 

Driskoll Othello S., seaman, house 63 First 

Di-iver Jobn, weaver, bouse 155 State 

Drody James N. B,, olerk, 58 No. Water, bds. 69 Summer 

Drody James C, carpenter, bouse 69 Summer 

Drody Preston C., frame maker, bouse 69 Summer 

Drown William F., bouse County, corner Robeson 

Drowne Jobn, overseer No. 5 weave room Wamsutta 

mills, boards 22 Pope 
Drummond Mary, widow of Samuel, bouse 57 South 

Water, corner Walnut 
Dubois Alexandei-, bouse 93 Acushnet avenue 
Duchenay Edward T., junk dealer, 96 North Water, near 

Elm, bouse do., near the bridge 
Duchenay Felix D., painter, house 58 Summer 
Duckworth William, variety store, 851 Acushnet av., h. do. 
Duckworth William A., weaver, liouse 14 Fulton court 
Duclos Samuel, painter, h. Smith's blk.. State, n. Linden 
Duddy George, clerk Thomas Donagby, b. 58 No. Sixth 
Duddy James, teamster, Front, cor, Merrill's wharf, house 

67 Cypress 
Duddy William, teamster, house 56 First 
Duff David, job wagon, 527 Acushnet avenue, bouse do. 
Duff John, teamster, boards 527 Acushnet avenue 
Duff Mary A,, widow of James H., house 153^ Cannon 
Duffacy John, laborer, bouse 38 Ash 
Duffacy Richard, laborer N, B. Copper Works, house 

State, near Linden 
Duffee Eliza, widow of John, house 10 Emerson 
Duffy Edward, gardener, 9 Orchard, bouse 39 Ash 
Duffy Frank, spinner, house Washburn, 8th on left from 

Acushnet avenue [Acushnet avenue 

Duffy Patrick, machinist Wamsutta mills, house 718 
Dugan Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 57 Grinnell 
Dugan David, gardenei', bouse Clinton, near Ash 
Dugan James, teamster, house 59 South Second 
Dugan Michael, laborer, house 82 South Second 
Dugdale John, shoemaker, bouse 128 South First 



102 NEW BEDFORD [D] DIRECTORY. 

Dugdale John, jr., weaver, boards 128 South First 
Dugdale WilHain, weaver, boards 230 South Second 
Duggan Edward, teamster Hastings & Co., house 64 

Prospect, corner Grinnell 
Duirt Jaraes, laborer, house North Front, n. Washburn 
Duraas Joseph, carpenter, h. North Front, n. Washburn 
Dunbar Ann H. Mrs., widow, boards 21 South Sixth 
Dunbar George H., physician, 179 William, house do. 
Dunbar Joseph S,, Laborer, house 85 Washington 
Dunbar Joshua P., jr., slioemaker, boards Mansion House, 

87 Union 
Dunbar Sarah L., widow of Reuben B., h. 331 Purchase 
Dunbar Wm. A., boot and shoemaliei", 32 North Second, 

house 41 Campbell 
Duncan James, laborer, house 682 Acushnet avenue 
Duncklee Granville, painter, house 225 Purchase 
Dunham Abigail, widow of Heniy M. C, house 54 First 
Dunham Alfred C., stone-mason, house 5 West Maxfield 
Dunham Charles F., machinist M. T. D. & M. Co., boards 

22 Dartmouth 
Dunham Emma L., clerk City Steam Laundry, 632 

Acushnet avenue, house at Fairhaven 
Dunham Frank C, clerk, boards 113 South Fifth 
DUNHAM FRAHK H., proprietor City Steam 

Laundry, 532 Acushnet avenue, house at Fairhaven 
Dunham Frederick A., bootmaker Hathaway, Soule & 

Harrington, boards 54 First 
Dunham George, lieut. police, Central station, 3 South 

Second, house 92 Fourth 
Dunham George B., carpet maker, house 41 Mill 
Dunliam Henry L., machinist, h. 286 County, cor. Hazard 
Dunham John W., shoemaker, boards 113 South Sixth 
Dunham Sarah L. Miss, dressmaker, house 54 First 
Dunham Stephen Y., sail maker, house 79 Forest 
Dunham Thomas M., shirt manufacturer, h. 57 Cypress 
Dunham Thomas S., house 18 GrifRn, cor. South Second 
Dunham William G., letter carrier post-office, house 113 

South Fifth 
Dunham William H., at City Laundry, 532 Acushnet 

avenue, house at Fairhaven [54 Parker 

DUI^HAM WM. li., painter, 20 South Water, house 
Dunham Zaccheus C, upholsterer, 13 Purchase, boards 79 

Forest 
Dunlap Agnes J. Miss, teacher Middle street grammar 

school, boards 97 Hillman 
Dunlap Albert F., building mover, house 65 Linden 
Dunlap Benjamin B., building mover, house 65 Linden 
Dunlap Delanie, widow of James W., house 86 Elm 
Dunlap Jane C. Mrs., house 50 Cedar 



NEW BEDFORD [])] DIEECTORT. 103 

Dunn John, laborer, house rear 15 First 

Dunn John, rope maker, h. West Middle, near Emerson 

Dunn John, coachman Leander A. Plummer, Hawthorn, ' 

corner Page, house do. 
Dunn John H., mule-spinner, house Washburn, 5tli on 

left from Acushnet avenue 
Dunn Julia Mrs., house rear 656 Acushnet avenue 
Dunn Maria, widow of Michael, house 6 Borden 
Dunning Henry T., carpenter, house 345 South Water 
Dupre Joseph, teamster, house 147 Mill 
Dupre Marie Miss, teacher of French, house 147 Mill 
Duprez Leon, decorator Smith Bros., house 9 Rivet 
Dupuis David, laborer Wamsatta mills, h. 6 Hampton ct. 
Duquette Etienne, house 259 South Water 
Durfee Bradford V., artist, house Willis, near Cedar 
Durfee Bros. (David S. R. Durfee and Joseph C. Durfee), 

blacksmiths, Jjogan, corner Linden 
Durfee David S. R. (Durfee Bros.), blacksmith, Logan, 

corner Linden, house 43 Smith 
Durfee Edward M. (Durfee & Smith), blacksmith, Me- 
chanics lane, house 55 Foster 
Durfee George L., carpenter, boards 52 Pleasant 
Durfee Henry M., leather worker Wamsutta mills, house 

170 Summer 
Durfee James, shipsmith, 201 No. Water, h. 116 Middle 
Durfee Joseph C. (Durfee Bros.), blacksmith, Logan, cor- 
ner Linden, boards 43 Smith 
Durfee Jose23h C., porter, 214 County, bds. 225 do. 
Durfee Mary E., widow of James, house 50 Howland 
Durfee Thomas, house 78 Walden 
Durfee William, architect, house 5 Parker 
Durfee William, h. 328 South Water, opp. Division 
Durfee & Smith (Edward M. Durfee and Andrew J. 
Smith), blacksmiths and carriage smiths, Mechanics 
lane 
Durfey Richard T., carpenter, house 123 Middle 
Dutton Charles L., laborer, house foot South Front 
Dutton Sarah, widow of David, house foot South Front 
Duxbury Elizabeth, widow, house 676 Acushnet avenue 
Dwelly Andrew, livery stable, 430 Purchase, h. 424 do. 
Dwelly David W., hackman, house 54 Hillman 
Dwelly George, hackman, house Oesting, near Kempton 
Dwight Henry L., bookkeeper, 179 Acushnet avenue, 

boards 181 do. 
Dwight James E., provision dealer, 60 South Second, 

liouse 107 Fourth 
DWIGHT WM. B. (W. B. Dwight & Co.), grocer, 

179 Acushnet avenue, house 181 do. 
DWIGHT WM. B. & CO. (Wm. B. Dwight), gro- 
ceries and provisions, 179 Acushnet avenue 



104 NEW BEDFORD [J]] DIRECTORY. 

Dwyer James M., overseer yard Wamsutta mills, house 

Robeson, near Ashland 
Dwyer Patrick, weaver, boards 41 Merrimac 
Dwyer Robert, laborer, house rear 253 South Water 
Dyer Abraham, mason, boards 82 Kernpton 
Dyer Christoplier E., house 153 North Second 
Dyer Deborah B., widow of Jesse W.,' house 107 Cedar 
Dyer George L., grocer, 85 Smith, house do. 
Dyer George N,, shoemaker, house 197 Summer 
Dyer Geo. W,, mariner, h. West Middle, cor. Chancery 
Dyer John B., mariner, house 107 Cedar 
DYER JOHN E., provisions, 216 Acushnet avenue, 

corner Cannon, house 68 Bedford 
Dyer Margaret A., widow of Henry, house 41 Cove 
Dyer Mary A., widow of Ezra,' house 197 Summer 
Dyer William H., fisherman, house 330 South Water 

EAGAN JOHN B., laborer Wamsutta mills, h. 6 Willis 

Eagan John T., baker, boards 6 Willis 

Eagan Thomas, plumber, boards 6 Willis 

Eames Flenry, carpenter, h. Rockland, cor. South Orchard 

Earking Jacob, weaver, house 13 Fulton court 

Earle Robert, house 1081 Acushnet av., north of Davis 

Ears Lucy M. Mrs., house 119 Smith 

Easton Charles F., hair-dresser, 240 Purchase, house 131 

Kempton 
Easton Charles F., jr., hair-dresser, boards 131 Kempton 
Eastwood Henry, weaver, boards 18 Austin court 
Eaton Daniel S., boarding-house. Park, near Kempton 
Eaton George W., tanner, house Atlantic, corner Arnold 
Eaton Jairus S., hostler, house 6 Allen 
Eaton Josiah, jr., music teacher, Masonic building, 147)^ 

Union, house 111 Hillman [man 

Eaton Louis H., music teacher and organist, h. Ill Elill- 
Eddy Abram T. (George M. Eddy & Co.), dry goods, 147 

Union, house 5 Maple 
Eddy Elizabeth H., widow of Geo. M., house 08 Russell 
Eddy George M. (Geo. M. Eddy & Co.), dry goods, 147 

Union, house 8 Maple 
Eddy George M. & Co. (Abram T. Eddy and George M. 

Eddy), dry goods and merchant tailors, 147 Union 
Eddy Job A. T., sewing machine repairer, 13 Purchase, 

house at P^'airhaven 
Eddy Nelson P., sewing machine agent, h. 23 Maxfield 
Edgerton John F., provisions and groceries, 693 Purchase, 

house 520 do. 
Edgerton William J., clerk 693 Purchase, house 102 State 
Edmison Thomas, spinner, boards 46 South 
Edwards Alonzo R., engineer O. C. R. R., h. 219 Pleasant 



?^EW BEDFOED [J]] DIKECTORT. 105 

Edwanls Chnvles F,, house 63 Smith 
Edwai'ils Charles H., sailinaker, house 63 Smith 
Edwards Elizabeth T., widow of Josiah, h. 168 North 
Edwards Robert E., laborer, lioase 65 Spruce 
EGGERS SELMAR, gunsmith and locksmith, 10 

William, house 1 Tremont 
Ego-ers Selinar, jr., gunsmith, house 1 Tremont 
Elder Samuel H., commercial traveler, boards B.uicroft 

House 
Elder William A., cooper, boards Bancroft House 
Eldredge Albert G., calker, house 92 Bedford 
Eldredge Reuben S., calker, Eddy's South wharf, house 

Grinnell, next Dartmouth 
Eldridge Abram, 2d, calker, house 33 Oak 
Eldridge Benjamin, mariner, h(Hise 14 Howland 
Eldi'idge Charles L., at Pierce & Bushnell's, house 92 

South Second. 
Eldridge Edward H, engineer N. B. Copper Co., house 

at Fairhaven 
Eldridge Eliza J., widow of Lemuel R., house 189 Foui'th 
Eldridge George T. (Osbourne & Eldridge), 31 Cannon, 

house 73 South Sixth 
Eldridge Harriet, widow of Lewis, house 121 Sycamore 
Eldridge Isadore F. Miss, teacher Dartmouth street pri- 
mary school, house 28 Sherman 
Eldridge James S., rope maker, boards 43 North Sixth 
Eldridge John, house 12 Morgan 
Eldridge John, jr., foreman in cordage factory, boards 12 

Morgan 
Eldridge Mary J. Miss, teacher Acushnet avenue school, 

house 12 South County 
Eldridge Mercy, widow of Stephen, house 14 Howland 
Eldridge Reuben S., caulker, house 193 Grinnell 
Eldridge Samuel, watchman, house 19 Sherman 
Eldridge Samuel T., carpenter, house 80 Merrimac 
Eldridge Simeon B , boat builder. Front, corner Hazard's 

wharf, house 62 Mechanics lane 
Eldridge Stephen, seine maker, house 14 Howland 
Eldridge Sylvia A., widow of Robert D., h. 28 Sherman 
Eldridge Varenus, jr., painter, house 191 Grinnell, .2d 

from Dartmouth 
Eldridge Washington A., fish market, 253 Purchase, h. do. 
Eliot Thomas D. Mrs., house 1 No. Orchard, cor. Union 
Ellenwood George W., sonp mnfr., house 36 Elm 
Ellenwood Theodore W., paper-hnnger, house 51 North 
Ellis Albert, peddler, house 6 Fair 
Ellis Alden G. Mrs., boards 11 Fifth 
Ellis Annie J., dressmaker, boards 170 Pleasant 
Ellis Arthur W., com. trav., boards 122 Pleasant 



106 NEW BEDFORD [J]] DIEECTORY. 

Ellis Avis H., widow of Burgess, house 185 Union 

Ellis Benjamin F., engineer, h. Shawmut av., n. Durfee 

Ellis Caleb L., cooper, house 92 Elin 

Ellis Charles E., com. mer., 6 North Second, house 42 do. 

Ellis Charles H., cleik, 307 Acushnet av., bds. 70 William 

Ellis Clarissa P., widow ofWilliara S., house 149 Elm 

Ellis Fountain, ship keeper, house 17 Park 

Ellis Frederick B., shoemaker, house 145 Acushnet av. 

Ellis Frederick F., compositor Standard office, b. 8 So. Ash 

Ellis George W., bookkeeper Jonathan Bourne, house 146 

County 
Ellis Hannah B., widow of Nathan S., house 42 No. Second 
Ellis Heman ("Woodman & Ellis), house 79 Fifth 
Ellis Henry, fish peddler, house 6 Park 
Ellis Horace M., manager, house 112 South Sixth 
Ellis Isaiah S., pilot N. B. & N. Y. S. S. Co., h. 64 School 
Ellis James, coal heaver, boards rear 11 E'irst 
Ellis John G., engineer, house 513 Acushnet avenue 
Ellis John J., stevedore, house 19 Park 
Ellis Jonathan W., insurance agent, house 4 Pleasant 
Ellis Josephus, house 222 County 

Ellis J. Walter, at frame manufactory, house 200 Summer 
Ellis Leonard B., looking glasses, picture frames, etc., 76 

William, house 94 Elm 
Ellis Lucy C, widow of William, house 21 Griffin 
Ellis Nathan B., grocer, 307 Acushnet avenue, corner 

Spring, house 11 Fourth, corner Spring 
Ellis Nathan L., at Morse Twist Drill Co., house 76 

Washington 
Ellis Octavius li., driver at Dr. Sisson's, boards 19 Park 
Ellis Reuben L., shoemaker, 31 Bedford, house 110 Fifth 
Ellis Rosetta H., widow of Thomas, house 185 Union 
Ellis Sarah, widow of Mendeil, house 36 Maxfield 
Ellis Thomas Mrs., house 96 State 
Ellis Thomas W., gilder, house 366 Acushnet avenue 
Ellis Truman B., shoemaker, 485 Purchase, h. 160 Pleasant 
Ellis Truman B., jr., spinner Wamsutta mills, boards 160 

Pleasant 
Ellis Washington P., at Wamsutta mills, b. 160 Pleasant 
Ellis Watson, jr., house 122 Pleasant 
Ellis William A. (Ellis & Croacher), cooper, 97 First, 

comer Coffin, house 99 Fourth 
Ellis William H., clerk Geo. M. Eddy & Co., house 36 

Maxfield 
Ellis William R., miller, house 121 Cedar 
Ellis & Croacher (Wm. A. Ellis and Rodolphus Croach- 
er), coopers, 97 First [net avenue 
Ely Cornelia S., widow of Geoi'ge E. S., house 224 Acush- 
Ely Marietta G. Miss, milliner, 224 Acushnet avenue, h. do. 



NEW BEDFORD [J] DIRECTORY. 107 



Emei-son H. Wilder, bookkeeper Merchants National 

Bank, house 41 Sycamore 
Emery Edwin, instructor of cadets, U. S. R. Marine, 

house 22 Maxfiekl 
Emery Jolm C, machinist, liouse 68 Forest 
Englesbv Michael, weaver, house 708 Acushnet avenue 
Ennis Chnrles T., clerk, 158 So. Water, house 86 Fourth 
Ennis George M., molder, house 4 County 
Ennis George M., jr., carpenter, boards 4 County 
Ennis John W., molder N, B. Iron Foundry, house 161 

Grinnell 
Ennis Stanislaus, seaman, house 188 South Second 
Ennis Thomas, laborer, house 116 Chestnut 
Enos Amelia, widow, house South Front, n, Howland 
Enos Antone, laborer, house 132 South Front, near South 
Enos F. Mrs,, dressmaker, house 27 Howland 
Enos GeorgCj laborer, house 91 Prospect 
Enos John, seaman, house 3 Cannon 
Enos John, city laborer, house 27 Howland 
Enos John, laborer, boards 169 South Second 
Enos Joseph, laborer Potomoska miils, h. 208 So. "Water 
Enos Joseph, mariner, house 198 South Water 
Enos Joseph, laborer, house 179 South Second 
Enos Joseph, mill operative, house 174 South Water 
Enos Joseph, ^r., cigar maker, boards 174 South Water 
Enos Manuel, laborer, house 169 South Second 
Enos Manuel, seaman's chest maker, 166 So. Water, h. do 
Enos Manuel, laborer, house 279 South Water 
Enos Manuel E., clerk, 269 South Water, boards 279 do. 
Enos Matthew, cigars and tobacco, 165 South Water, 

house 213 South Water 
Entwistle Tliomas H., weaver, boards 8 Division 
Estes Abbie A., widow of Abram, house 101 Fourth 
Estes George W., fancy goods, 537 Purchase, house 535 

Purchase 
Estes William H., engineer N". B. R. R., house 172 

Pleas^mt, corner Merriraac 
EUKEKA FLOUR MILLS, Denison Bros. & Co., 

])roprietors, 42 South Water, and 10 School 
EUROPEAN STEAMSHIP AGENCY, Daven- 
port, Mason & Co., and Hatch & Co., 5 Ricketson blk. 
EVANS ISAAC, carriage trimmer and harness ma^er, 

51 Elm, house 266 Kempton 
EVENING STANDARD, 67 Union 
Evergreen Trotting Park, Plainville 
Ewing Alexander, laborer, house 2 Cook 

FACEMIRE WILLIAM, master mariner,h. 273 Kempton 
Fagau Bernhard C, mold maker, boards 153 So. Fourth 



108 NEW BEDFOED [Y~\ DIRECTOET. 

Fngan John, glass maker Mount "Washington Glass Co., 

house 153 Fourth 
Fagin Bernard Mrs., house 222 South Water 
Fagin Michael J., glass-maker, house 222 South Water 
Fagin Michael J., laborer, house 149 South First 
Fagin Patrick, glass-maker Mt. Washington Glass Co., 

house 216 South Water 
Fagin Patrick 11., glass-maker Mt. Washington Glass Co., 

house 187 South Second 
FAIRBROTHER N. F. MISS, manufacturer on- 

gentine and emolient salve, 85 South Second, h. do. 
Fairbrother Samuel IST., carpenter, house 28 Dartmouth 
Fairbrother Samuel W., machinist, house 85 So. Second 
Fairweather James, Laborer, house 149 Cedar 
Faisneau George E., dry goods, 38 Purchase, house 79 

South Second 
Faisneau Geo. E., jr., clerk, 88 Purchase, b. 79 S. Second 
Fales Giles S., watchmaker, 91 North Water, h. 52 Mill 
Fales James, jr., watchmaker, 91 No. Water, h. 42 Flill 
Fales Peter, painter, 91 North Water, boards 42 Hill ^ 
Falgen Herman, loom fixer, house 265)^ South W^ater 
Fallon Ann, widow of Thomas, house 72 Middle 
Fanning James, mule-spinner, house 3 Wamsutta 
Fanning Jane, widow of John, house 69 Prospect 
Farley Peter, weaver, house Cedar Grove street, 7th on 

right from Acushnet avenue 
FARMHAM G-EO. W,, boat builder, foot of Cannon, 

house 211 Acushnet avenue 
Farnham Henry C, boat builder, house 25 Cannon 
Farrell Helen Miss, house 165 Kempton 
Farrell James, mule-spinnei-, boards 300 County 
Farrell John, mule-spinner, house 175 State 
Farrell Mary, widow of Cornelius, house 300 County 
Farrell Michael F., laborer, boards 300 County 
Faulkner George, currier, foot of Seneca, h. 53 Pleasant 
Faunce John A. (^Chas. F. Brownell & Co.), mineral wa- 
ter, 180 County, house do. 
Faunce Loum H., carpenter, 57 Parker, house do. 
Fay Catharine, widow, house 246 South Water 
Fay Christopher, weaver, house State, 2d on left from 

Anstin 
Vay James, grocer, 249 South Water, house do. 
Fay John, spinner, boards Christopher E'ay's, State 
Fay Patrick, laborer, house 43 Middle 
Fay Thomas, weaver, boards 246 South Water 
Fee Gilbert, splitter N. B. tannery, boards 8 Pleasant 
Feeney Ellen, widow, house rear 8 Campbell 
Felch A. F., clerk, 173 Purchase, boards do. 
Felich George, laborer, house Clark 



NEW BEDFORD [|^] DIRECTORT. 109 

Ferdinand Thomas A., gardener, 1071 Acushnet avenue 
Ferguson James, bootmaker Hathaway, Soule & Har- 
rington, house 1S6 Elm 
Ferguson John A., laborer, boards 26 South Second 
Ferguson William, city messenger, house 67 Cedar 
Ferguson Wm. T., laborer, house 'I'2S;4 Middle 
Fernald Eiizabetli N., widow of Wm. R., h. 53 Pleasant 
Fernandez Clara, widow of Josepli, house 79 Prospect 
Fernandez Laurian, spinner, house 255 Soutli Water 
Fernandez Manuel, laborer, boards 126 South Front 
Ferns Joseph, machinist, house 290 (bounty 
Ferreira Justino A., boarding-house, 47 Ilowland 
Fessenden Chas. B. H., deputy U. S. Internal Revenue 

collector, 22 North Water, boards 35 Eighth 
Fessenden Russell F., flour, grain and hay, 16 So. Water, 

boards Mansion House [House 

Fichtenmayer Martin P., carriage smith, bds. Germania 
Fichtemnayer Peter, blacksmith, 90 South Water, house 

51 First 
Field Edward H., clerk N. B. Copper Works, house 124 

Pleasant 
FIELD HEIVRY, Jr., superintendent N. B. Copper 

Works, North Front, between VVamsuttaand Logan, 

house 55 State 
Field John, laborer, house Shepherd's lane 
Field Sarah E., teacher Maxfield street primary school, 

boards 150 Middle 
Fielding James, weaver, house 264 South Second 
Fields Maria, widow, house 66 Mechanics lane 
Finkill Jane E. Miss, teacher Middle st. grammar school, 

boards 131 Elm 
Fiulan Dennis, job wagon, First, corner Union, house 74 

First 
Finley Ellen Mrs,, house 7 Austin 
Finley John William, weaver, house 7 Austin 
Finn Michael, laborer, house 23 Austin 
Finnell John, clerk 693 Purchase, boards 809 do. 
Finnell Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 16 Hazard court 
Finnell Mary, widow of Michael, house 809 Purchase, 

near Penniman 
Finnell Stephen, bar-tender, 638 Purchase, bds. 809 do. 
Finnell Thomas, at N, B. Copper Works, boards Mrs. 

Mary Finnell's, 809 Purchase 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Union, corner South 

Second 
Fish Andrew J., cutter, 128K Union, house 28 Fifth 
Fish Ansel F., wholesale peddler, house 60 Sycamore 
Fish Benjamin F., boots and shoes, 177 County, h. 75 Ash 
Fish David F., machinist Morse Twist Drill Co., house 

332 South Water 



110 NEW BEDFORD [f^] DIRECTORY. 

Fish George B., house 59 Sycamore 
Fish George L., house 60 Sycamore 
Fish Island wharf and Marine Railway Co., Horace G. 

Rowland, agent, Fish Island 
Fish James, weaver, house Cedar Grove, cor, Bowditch 
Fish Leander C, stone-cutter, house 71 Fourth 
Fish Leander N., carriage painter Geo. L. Brownell, boards 

71 Fourth 
Fish Loranus C, wholesale peddler, house 59 Sycamore 
Fisli Mercy A. Mrs., liouse 46 Maxfield 
Fish Mira C. Miss, tailoress, house 92 Acushnet avenue 
Fish Sarah A., widow of David, house West Linden 
Fish Tirzah B., widow of Calvin, h, 92 Acushnet avenue 
Fish Wm. G., fruit, etc., 161 Purchase, house 1 Durfee 
Fisher Amy H., widow of James, house 45 Hawthorn 
Fisher Ann, widow of Patrick, house 15 Kivet' 
Fisher Charles, clothing, etc., 94 and 96 Purchase, house 

22 North 
Fisher Charles, laborer, house 190 South Second 
Fisher Cornelius W., decorator M.Washington Glass Co., 

house 12 County 
Fisher Elisha H., ji-., sewing silk, house 111 Washington 
Fisher George T., laborer, house 233 Middle 
Fisher Harry, clerk, 94 Purchase, boards 22 IsTorth 
FISHER HENKY H., baker, 210, 212 and 214 Pur- 

chase, house do. 
Fisher James, master mariner, house 96 South Sixth 
Fisher Jolm, mill operative, house 99 South Front 
Fislier Matthew, master mariner, house 71 South Sixth 
Fisher Owen, police, house 291 Cedar 
Fisher Richard H., fish market, 54 Merriraac, house 559 ■ 

Purchase 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. West Willis, n. Chauncey 
Fitzgerald Mary, widow, liouse 620 Acushnet avenue 
Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, house rear North Front, near 

Washburn 
Fitzgerald Patrick, weaver, house 5 Fulton court 
Fitzgerald William, laborer, house 17 Hampton court 
Fitzsimmons James, oiler, boards Washburn, fifth on the 

left froni Acushnet avenue 
Fitzsimmons Jane, widow, house Washburn, 5th on left 

from Acushnet avenr.e 
FIVE CENTS _ SAVINGS BANK, Purchase, 

corner Mechanics lane 
Flagg Oren II., veterinary surgeon, 299 Acushnet avenue, 

house do. 
Flaherty Matthew, glassmaker, house 103 South Front 
Flalierty Roger, saloon, 93 South Water, house do. 
Flaherty Thomas, porter, 6 Union, house 8 First 



NEW BEDFORD [f] DIEECTORY. Ill 

Flaherty Thomas, hiborer, house 119 South Water 
Fhvnagan Luke, clerk Sheridau House, boards do. 
Fiand'ers Cyrus H,, house 67 Smith 
Fleetwood Charles, hackman W. H. Sherman, house 124 

North Cedar 
Fleming Richard, spinner, house 190 State 
Fletcher David S., hostler, boards 48 Cedar 
Fletcher Edward, weaver, house 206 South Second 
Fletcher George F., hostler, boards 43 Elm 
Fletcher Geoi'ge F., servant man, 56 South Sixth, house 

114 South Seventh 
Fletcher James, weaver, boards 206 South Second 
Fletcher James, horse trainer, house 10 South Second 
Fletcher Susan R. Mrs., widow, boards 127 Middle 
Flood James R., laborer, house 29 Allen 
Flynn Bernard, third hand Warasatta mills, boards Penni- 

man, near State 
Flynn Catharine, widow of James, house 19 Austin 
Flynn Joanna, widow of Michael, h. Penniman, n. State 
Flynn John, laborer, house 44 Ash 
Fl_ynn John, laborer, boards 718 Purchase 
Flynn John, laborer, house Maxfield, near R. R. 
Flynn John A., blacksmith, house 44 Ash 
Flynn Lucinda A., widow of Edmund, b. 80 So. Second 
Flynn Peter Y., house 237 Acushnet avenue 
Flynn William H., shoe-cutter, house 80 South Second 
Flynn William L., blacksmith, boards 44 Ash 
Fogerty ICdmund, ship-carpenter, h. 182 South Second 
Fohrenback Emil, machinist, house 3 Grape 
Foisy Adelard, blacksmith, house 3 Boi'den 
Foley Edward, machinist Warasutta mills, house Penni- 
man, near Purchase 
Foley Elizabeth, widow, house 690 Purchase 
Foley Joanna Mrs., boarding-house, 643 Purchase 
Foley John, laborer, house 587 Acushnet avenue 
Foley John, laborer, house 43 Crapo 
Foley John E., weaver, bds. Edward P"'oley's, Penniman 
Foley Thos. R., weaver, bds. Edward Foley's, Penniman 
Foley William F., grease collector, house 643 Purchase 
Folger Charles F., foreman Pierce & Bushnell, house 45 

Hilhnan 
Folger David B., grocer, 116 Union, house 82 Mill 
Fontain Emily, widow, house rear 41 Merrimac, east of 

Purchase [Front 

Fontain Joseph, laborer Wamsutta mills, house 15 North 
Footman John \V". (Footman & Manchester), blacksmith, 

551 Acushnet avenue, house 168 South Second 
Footman & Manchester (John W. Footman and William 

F. Manchester), blacksmiths, 551 Acushnet avenue 



112 NEW BEDFORD [J^] DIRECTORY. 

Forbes Eel ward H., carriage trimmer with Jas. R.Forbes, 

boards 42 North Second 
Forbes Henry H., liouse Forbes' block, Elm 
Forbes James R., carriage maker. Elm, corner Acushnet 

avenue, house do. 
Forbes Martha, widow of Thomas, house 116 Kempton 
Forbes Nancy Miss, house 116 Kempton 
Forbes Thomas, seaman, house 8 Griffin 
Ford Richard, weaver Wamsutta mills, house Penniman, 

corner State 
Fordham Jos. F., restaurant, 7 N. Water, h. 23 S. Second 
Fordham Mary I., widow of Joseph F., h. 23 So. Second 
Foren Catharine Miss, house 606 Purchase 
Foren Margaret Miss, house 606 Purchase 
Forest Fanny, widow of Sainuel, house 63 Spruce 
Fortes Charles, mariner, boards 170 South Water 
Fortes Mary A, Mrs., variety store, 42|-Bedtord, h. 42 do. 
Fortes M. A., laborer, house 42 Bedford 
Fosbrey George, glass-worker, house 109 South Front 
Foster Arthur S., clerk First National Bank, h. 3 N. Oak 
Foster Henry A., whitewasher, house 7 Spruce 
Foster Isadore Miss, teacher Merrimac st. primary school, 

boards 48 Parker 
Foster James, house and ship-carpenter, h. 123 Pleasant 
Foster John M., carpenter and builder, 19 Bethel, house 

59 Chestnut 
Foster Lucy A., widow of Esau, liouse 63 Spruce 
Foster Martha B., widow of Isaiah .D., house 48 Parker 
Foster Nancy B., widow of E. Lothrop, h. 367 Purchase 
Foster Walter H., apothecary, boards 123 Pleasant 
Fouriier Joseph, shoemaker, house 569 Acushnet avenue 
Fournier Charles, carpenter, house Lindsay, n. Kempton 
Fowler George H., instructor House of Correction, bds. 

T. L. Allen's, Union 
Fowler Mary, widow of Peter, house 13 Jenney 
France Edward, weaver, house 216 South Water 
France John Mrs., house 623 Acushnet avenue 
France Samuel C. (France & Bannister), 518 Purchase, 

boards 623 Acushnet avenue 
France & Bannister (Sarauel C. France and John W. 

Bannister), grocers, 518 Purchase 
Francis Abraham, laborer N. B. Copper Works, house 

Mt. Pleasant, near the reservoir 
Francis Alexander H. Rev., house 13 Kempton 
Francis Andrew J., clerk, 582 Purchase, boards Mrs. Ma- 
ria M. Francis', Mt. Pleasant lane 
Francis Antone, seaman, house 166 Fourth 
Francis Azubah W., M'idow of Howard, h. rear 69 Linden 
Francis Barnaby H., carriage wood w^orker Geo. L. Brow- 

nell's carriage manufactory, b. 304 Acushnet avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [J^] DIRECTORY. 113 

Francis Charles, laborer, house 155 South First 
Fi-ancis Charles Henry, house 95 Prospect 
Francis Charles H., at Morse Twist Drill Co., b. 12 Crapo 
Francis Edward Devoll, shoemaker Hathaway, Soule & 

Harrington, house 9 Walnut 
Francis Ellen J., dressmaker, house 107 Hillraan 
Francis Ezra, mason, house 107 Hillman 
Francis Frank "W., cigar maker, 133 Acushnet avenue, 

house 41 Crapo 
Francis Henry H., carpenter, house 34 Cedar 
Francis Hiram S., clerk Dexter & Haskins, boards Mount 

Pleasant, near the reservoir 
Francis James T., teamster, boards Maria M. Francis', 

]\[onnt Pleasant lane 
Francis John, fisherman, house 21 Morgans lane 
Francis John, laborer, house 238 South Second 
P"'rancis John, manufacturer cigars and tobacco, 122 Un- 
ion, house 20 School 
Francis John B., cook, house 173 South Second 
Francis John H., seaman, boards 82 South Second 
Francis John S., baker, house 125 Ash, between North 

and Hillman 
Francis Joseph, mariner, house 127 South Front 
Francis Joseph, mariner, house 155 Grinnell 
Francis Joseph C, laborer N. B. Copper Works, house 

38 Willis 
Francis Manuel, peddler, house 18 Grape 
Francis Manuel, 2d, laborer, house 29 South Water 
Francis Manuel, carpenter, house 166 Fourth 
Francis Manuel, house 29 South Water 
Francis Manuel, coaster, house 179 South Second 
Francis Manuel B., mariner, house 173 South Second 
Francis M;iria M. Mrs., house Mount Pleasant lane 
Francis Michael T., cigars and confectionery, 76 Union, 

house 82 South Second 
Francis Ruth, widow of Bradford, house 46 Wing 
Francis Samuel E., candle mohler, house 12 Crapo 
Francis Sylvester G., porter Central Union Association^ 

house 22 South Cedar 
Francis William, can-iage maker G. L. Brownell, house 

309 Acushnet avenue 
Francisco Joseph, mariner, house 117 South Water 
Francisco Manuel, fisherman, house 114 South Water 
Francisco Manuel, laborer, house 93 South Front 
Franklin Martha, widow of William, h. 129 So. Orchard 
Frasier John W., grocer, 163 South Water, house 104 

Acushnet avenue 
Frates Antoine, fish dealer, 208>^ South Water, h. do. 
■ Frates Antone, laborer, house 107 South Water 



114 NEW BEDFORD [J^] DIRECTORY. 

Frates Antone J., laborer, house 183 South Second 
Frates Antone J., seaman, house 26 Bonney 
Frates John, mill hand, house Allen, next to Rural 
P'rates Joseph, mill operative, house 229 South Second 
Frates Joseph, steward, house 183 Allen 
Frates Joseph F., mill hand, house 137 South Orchard 
Frates Manuel, seatnan, house 132 South Front 
Frates Manuel, laborer, house 132 South Front 
Frates Manuel C, hiborer, house 175 Allen 
Frates Mary, widow of Joan, house 26 Bonney 
Fratus Enos Josepli, laborer, house 97 South Sixth 
Frazier Antone, laborer, house South First st. place 
Ftazier Joseph, mule-spinner, house rear 606 Purchase 
Fredett John, laborer, house Sawyer, corner Bowditch 
Fredett Joseph, third hand Wamsutta mills, boards Saw- 
yer, corner Bowditch 
Fredett Louis, laborer, house Sawyer, n. Acushnet av. 
FKEE PUBLIC LIBKARY, Library building, 

William 
Freedom John, steward, house 116 Smith 
Freeman Edwai'd P., house 12 County 
Freeman Frederick J., foreman stitching room, Reed & 

Gilford, house 39 Sycamore 
FREEMAN GrEORGE H., manufecturer ink and 

stove polish, 17 Centre, house Court, cor. Orchard 
Freeman Hezekiah, shipwright, house 185 Cedar 
Freeman John C, shoemaker, house 50 Smith 
Freeman Laura A., widow of Isaac, house 96 Pleasant 
FKEEMAIN" MARCUS L., stenographer and soap 

manufacturer, 86 Prospect, n. Pototnska, h. 82 do. 
Freeman Patience B., widow of Henry B., h. 61 Spruce 
Freitas Antonio M. Rev., pastor St. John Baptist church, 

house 94 South Sixth 
French Amos B., yardraaster O. C. R. R., h. 478 Purchase 
French Louis, clerk, boards 8 Old Market Square 
French Rodney, house 373 Purchase 
Frey Charles, tailor, 55 Purchase, house 123 Cedar 
Friends Academy, Morgan, near County 
Fries John D., laborer, house rear 5 Campbell 
Frisbie Thomas S., carpenter, house 76 Kempton 
Frost Lovell W., bookkeeper, N, B. & N. Y. S. S. Co., 

boards George A. Potter's, Hathaway road 
Frost William, machinist Morse Twist Drill Co., house 

48 County 
Frothingham Henry, boards 35 Eighth 
Fulhan John, weaver Wamsutta mills, house 13 Austin 
Fulhan John, jr., mule-spinner, boards 13 Austin 
Fuller Benj. F., laborer, house 187 Cedar 
Fuller Charles A., manufacturer boys' clothing, 36 Spring, 

house do. 



NEW BEDFOED [(}] DIEECTORT. 115 

Fuller Charles H., eis^ar dealer, house 129 Purchase 

Fuller Elizabeth A. Mrs., house 17 Ash 

Fuller Fi-ederick M. Mrs., house 41 Mill 

Fuller George, laborer, boards 16 Park 

Fuller Hannah H. Mrs., house 32 Wing 

Fuller John, seaman's boarding-house, 164 South Water 

Fuller John F., house 208 Acushnet avenue 

Fuller Jonathan A,, watchman Morse Twist Drill Co., 

house 10 Grape 
Fuller Joseph K., painter, house 17 Ash 
Fuller Josephine Miss, house 10 Bedford 
Fuller Keziah, widow of James, house 16 Park 
Fuller Mary A., widow of Benjamin, house 150 North 
Fuller Nancy B. Miss, fancy goods, 193 iVcushnet avenue, 

house 10 Bedford 
FUIiLER THOS. B. (Beauvias & Co.), stock broker 

and cashier Citizens National Bank, 36 North Water, 

house at Fairhaven 
Fuller Wm. L., painter, house 17 Ash 
Fuller Wm. W., mariner, house 10 Grape 
Furber George U., engineer steamer Monohansett, bds. do, 
Furber George W., estate of, exchange and pawn broker, 

43^ South Water, house 19 South Second 
Furber Samuel G., carpenter, house Rockdale avenue 
P^'urlong Matthew T,, engineer, house 102 Merrimac 
Furlong Thomas, baggage master O. C. R. R., house 32 

Sycamore 
Furnans John, laborer, house 2 Babbitt 
Fury John, laborer, house 1 Bedford 
Fussell James A. (George Delano & Co.), oil and candle 

mnfr., office South Second, corner South, and 140 
•Front, N. Y., house at N. Y. 

GABRIEL MARTHA, widow of Samuel E., house 107 

Smith 
Gabriel Samuel, at Bay State Laundry, house 107 Smith 
Gage Edwin P., house 176 Purchase 
Gage Joseph N., carriage trimmer W. G. White & Son, 

house 78 Kempton 
Gagnor Peter, carder, house 4 Plampton court 
Gagon Frank, operative, house Washburn, 3d on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Gainville John H., blacksmith, house rear 163 Kempton 
Gale Mary J., widow of George H., h. rear 39K Middle 
Gallagher Ann, widow of Thomas, house James, n. Arnold 
Gallagher James P., salesman, 6 North Second, bds. 42 do. 
Gallagher Neal, tailor, 111 Union, house 89 Fifth 
Gallagher Patrick, clerk South Water, house 96 South 

Second [260 do. 

Gallagher Patrick, cigars and tobacco, 256 Purchase, h. 



116 NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIKECTORY. 

Gallaway John, shoemaker, house 9 Elm 

Galligan Jane, widow, hou'se 7 Austin 

Galligan John, laborer, house 9 Durfee 

Galligan Michael, laborer, house Topham, near Shawmut 

avenue 
Galpin Clari'ssa D., widow of John L., h. 23 Rockdale av, 
Galpin John L., farmer, house 23 Rockdale avenue 
Gammons Edgar H., wholesale peddler, store Ashland, 

corner Linden, house 2 Grand 
Gammons George F. W., truckman, 13 Elm, house 15 do. 
Gammons Gilbert D., teamster, house 52 North Second 
Gammons Lemuel P., laborer Wamsutta mills, house 97 

Smith 
Gammons Nannie E, Miss, music teacher, boards 15 Elm 
Gammons Samuel P., house 2 Grand 
Gammons Susie Miss, assistant librarian public library, 

boards 52 North Second 
Gannon Mary, widow, house 434 Purchase 
Ganson Edwin, section hand Wamsutta mills, house 186 

Pleasant 
Ganson Edwin, jr., clerk 587 Purchase, bds. 186 Pleasant 
Gardiner Ezekiel C., compositor Daily Standard, house 

99 Washington 
Gardner Albert, stair builder, house 5 Walnut 
Gardner Charles F., clerk, Arnold, corner Ash, boards 68 

Spruce 
Gardner Darius P. (Taber, Read & Gardner), house 263 

Acushnet avenue 
Gardner Edward R. (E. R. Gardner & Co.), oils, 9 Rod- 
man, house 78 Spring 
Gardner Eliza Mrs., house 24 Chancery 
Gardner Emma K. Mrs., restaurant, 19 So. Water, house 

5 Walnut 
Gardner E. R. & Co. (Edward R, Gardner), oils, 9 Rodman 
Gardner George P., rigger, house 68 Spruce 
Gardner Hannah, widow of Josiah, house 164 Union 
Gardner Herbert B., comjDositor Standard office, house 

114 Washington 
Gardner James T., junk dealer, 90 So. Second, house do. 
Gardner Oliver H., carpenter, house 71 North 
Gardner Reuben M., brass fouzider Andrew Craigie, house 

73 Pleasant 
Gardner Samuel B., driver bread wagon, h. 75 Sycamore 
Gardner Sarah Miss, house 24 Chancery 
Gardner Thomas, hostler, house 24 Chancery 
Gardner Thomas M., fancy goods, 171 Kerapton, boards 

71 Smith 
Gardner William, laborer, house 47 South Second 
Gardner Zilpha H., widow of Edward, house 46 Campbell 



NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTORY. 117 

Garfield Charles Frank, gardener, house 8 Allen 
Garfield Charles L., carriage smith and tool sharpener, 

87 Wing, house 8 Allen 
Garfield George E. A., asst. clerk T. H. Hathaway, 

boards 8 Allen 
Garfield Herbert, clerk Garfield & Proctor, boards Union, 

corner Purchase 
Garfield J. F. D. (Garfield & Proctor), coal dealer, foot' 

of Walnut, house at Fltchburg 
GARFIELD & PKOCTOR^d- F. D. Garfield and 

G. N. Proctor), coal dealers, foot of Walnut 
Garland Bernard T., shoemaker, 368 Acushnet avenue, 

house 116 Chestnut 
Garlick William A., farmer, house Plainville 
Garuett John H., manager Singer Mnfg. Co., 19 Pur- 
chase, house 108 High 
Garraughty Martin, laborer, house 177 Summer 
Garraughty Martin J., boards 177 Summer 
Gnrrity Catharine, widow, house rear 573 Purchase 
Garrity Edward S., pedestrian and weaver, house rear 

573 Purchase 
Garrity Francis, laborer, house 5 Austin court 
Gartland Peter, master mariner, house 51 Washington 
Gartner Joseph, baker E. C. Milliken, and saloon, 634 

Acushnet avenue, house do. 
Gates Wm. Mrs., house 74 Hillman 
Gatie Henry (Clark & Gatie), grocer, Rivet, corner 

Second, house 51 Blackmore 
Gaudreau Antoin, cardei', house 11 Hampton court 
Gautier Abbie C, widow, h. 291 Acushnet av., cor. School 
Gavit Benj. N., peddler, boards 444 Purchase 
Gay George W., carpenter, 212 Summer, near Willis • 
Gay Daniel K., carpenter, house 53 Parker 
Gay Gilman, harness maker, 33 Purchase, house 11 Elm 
Gay Theophilus, carpenter, house 40 Parker 
Geddes George C, fireman O. C. R. R., h. 690 Purcha-se 
Geddes Henry S., laborer, house 686 Purchase 
Geddes Joseph S., fireman O, C. R. R., house Washburn, 

corner Acushnet avenue [Hillman 

GEIIiS GERETT, furniture, 236 Purchase, house 46 
Gelett Charles W., marble worker, 20 William, house at 

Fairhaven 
Gendron Alphonse, carpenter, house Robeson, n. Cedar 
George Joseph, laborer S. Leonard & Co., house 85 

Washington 
George William H., mariner, house 85 Washington 
Geotta Peter, mariner, house 151 South First 
Geraou Henry, laborer, house 718 Purchase 
Gero Henry, laborer, house Maxfield, near railroad 



118 NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTOET. 

Gibbons Patrick, fireman N. B, Water Works, house 

Purchase, corner Penniman 
Gibbs Allen C, hack driver, 60 Elm, house 167 Union 
Gibbs Charity, widoAV of Ansel, house rear 21 Bedford 
Gibbs Charles B., fisherman, boards 37 North Sixth 
Gibbs Charles M., boarding-house, 33 Kempton 
Gibbs Elisha, salesman N. B. Cordage Co., Rotch's sq., 

house 72 South Sixth 
Gibbs Eliza M,, widow of Elijah, house 69 Mill 
Gibbs George F., butcher, house Hunter, near Kenipton 
Gibbs George II., carpenter, house 111 Arnold 
Gibbs George W., night watchman N. B. Copper Works, 

house 10 Durfee 
Gibbs Jabez, ship-carjDenter, house 88 Pleasant 
Gibbs John L., carpenter O. C. R. R., house 72 State 
GrIBBS I.OT H., grocer, 26 Union, house 91 State 
Gibbs Mary, widow of Geo. W., house Emerson, c. Parker 
Gibbs Meltiah T., carpenter, house Emerson, cor. Parker 
Gibbs Polly F., widow of Phineas S., house 61 So. Water 
Gibbs Preston H., at Morse Twist Drill Co., h. 27 Sherman 
Gibbs Sarah Mrs., widow, house 26 Elm 
Gibbs William, boat builder, house 64 Bedford 
Gibbs William A., carver, house 82 Forest 
Gibbs William H. H., rope maker, h. Emerson, c. Parker 
Gibson Agnew B., carpenter, 28 So. Second, h. 29 Arch 
Gibson Henry, waiter Parker House, house 172 Kempton 
Gibson John, gardener, house 29 Arch 
Gibson Samuel S., mason, house Acushnet avenue 
Gidley Abrahnm M., housewright, house 8 Willis 
Gidley Samuel G., clerk, 213 Acushnet av., h. 6 Market 
Gidley Sarah Mrs., house 155 Purchase 
Gidley William C, laborer, house 7 Bonney 
Gifford Abratn M., coppersmith GifFord & Allen, house 

80 Mill 
Gifiord Adaline,widow of Samuel F., house 100 Bedford 
GifFord Albert A., laborer, h. Potter, near Shawmut av. 
Gifford Allen D., teamster, h. West Middle, c. Chancery 
GifFord Almira, widow of Obed, house 2 Tarkiln hill road 
Gifford Arthur F., fruit and confectionery, 239 Purchase, 

house at Fairhaven 
GIFFORD ARTHUR L., watchmaker, 5 Rick- 

etson block, boards 79 County 
Gifford Arthur M., gas fitter T. J. Gifford & Co., house 

490 Acushnet avenue 
Gifford Benjamin, cigar maker, 28 North Second 
Gifford Betsey J. Miss, house 33 High 
Gifford Bros. (Joseph F. and Frank D. Gifford), grocers, 

Acushnet avenue, junction Mill road 
Gifford Carrie C, widow of Daniel T., house 116 Fourth 



NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTORY. 119 

Giflford Charles, fireman O. C. R. R., boards 735 Purchase, 

opposite Logan 
Gifford Charles A., cooper, house Mill, Head of the River 
GifFord Charles A., clerk, 228 Purchase, bds. 72 Walden 
Gifford Charles C, carpentei-, house 151 North 
Gifford Charles F., bootmaker, house 48 Willis 
Gifford Charles P., laborer, house 113 Arnold 
Gifford Charles F., at Taber &Co., bds. 531 Acushnet av. 
Gifford Charles Henry, mason, house 22 Bush 
Gifford Charles H., railroad employe, house 363 Cedar 
Gifford Charles H. (Gifford & Co.), merchant tailor, 113 

Union, house 225 County 
Gifford Charles H., marine painter, 24 Robeson bldg., 

William, house at Fairhaven 
Gifford Charles H., merchant, Taber's wharf, h. 25 County 
Gifford Charles L., hackinan, house 70 Walden 
Gifford Charles M., engineer, boards 156 Grinnell 
Gifford Chai'les R., machinist, house 305 Purchase 
Gifford Charles T. W., tarmer, house Shawtnut avenue, 

corner Hathaway road 
Gifford Christopher C., city teamster, house 46 Sycamore 
Gifford Clarence W., mason, boards 37 Smith 
Gifford Cordelia Mrs., house 185 Pleasant 
Gifford Daniel H., clerk, 116 and 118 Union, house 82 

Maxfield 
Gifford David L., seaman's chest mnfr., Ash, corner North, 

boards 17 Chestnut 
Gifford David R. Mrs., house 25 Bonney 
Gifford Delila, widow, house 57 School 
Gifford Edward S., machinist, boards 85 Walden 
Gifford Eli, teamster, house Ashland, opposite Durfee 
Gifford Elijah, house 161 Campbell 
Gifford Elizabeth A., widow of John, house 72 Walden 
Giffiu'd Esther A., widow of Alexander H., h. 66 Spruce 
Gifford Eugene T., carpenter, boards 17 Chestnut 
Gifford Frank D. (Gifford Bros.), house at Acushnet 
Gifford Frederick C, paper box maker, boards 62 North 
Gifford Frederick S., wholesale and retail grocer, 3 Rick- 

etson block. Union, house 37 South Sixth 
Gifford George D., house 37 Spring 
Gifford George E., carpenter, house 121 Ash 
Gifford George G. (Gifford & Allen), brass founder and 

plumber. No. Front, cor. Hazard's whf, h. 72 Hillman 
Gifford George G., jr., mariner, house 72 Hillman 
Gifford George P., restaurant, 7 South Water, house do. 
Gifford Gideon D., grocer, Cottage, corner Court, house 

8 North Cottage 
Gifford Hannah E., widow of David R., h. 25 Bonney 
Gifford Henry M., 72 North Water, house 69 Mill 



120 NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTOEY. 

Glfford Herbert F., in rolling mill, boards West Middle, 

corner Chancei'y 
Gilford Hamphrev A., jr., clerk Garfield & Proctor, bouse 

38 Walnut ' [County 

GifFoi-d James A., bookkeeper Wilson & Co., Iiouse 223 
Gilford James E., oiler Wamsutta mills, h. 509 Purchase 
Gilford Jerusha H., widow of Henry, bouse 86 Grinnell 
Giifoi-d Jesse (Reed & Gilford), boot mnfr., b. 45 County 
Gilford Jireh B., peddler, bouse upper Belleville road 
Gilford Job H., mason, house 37 Sn)itb 
Gilford John, boatman, house 63 First 
Gifford John H., house 81 Thomas 
Gilford John H,, mariner, boards 2 Tarkiln hill road 
Gifford John W., farmer, house Shawraut avenue, near 

Hathaway road 
Gifford Jonathan Peckham, house 11 County 
Gifford Joseph F. (Gifford Bros.), grocer, Acushnet ave- 
nue, junction Mill road, house at Acushnet 
Gifford Joseph H., watchman Wamsutta mills, house 298 

County 
Gifford Lawrence, watchman, house 520 Acushnet avenue 
Gifford Le\vis, fireman N. B. R. R., house 573 Purchase 
Gifford Lorenzo D., shoemaker, house Potter, near Shaw- 

mut avenue 
Gifford Lucy A., widow of Shubael H., house Mill, Head 

of the River 
Gifford Lysander W. H., master marinei', h. 81 County 
Gifford Margaret Mrs., cook, house Orchard, cor. Clinton 
Gifford Mary, widow of George, house 484 Purchase 
G-IFFORD NOAH, photographer, 54 Purchase, 

house 132 Middle 
Gifford Obed F,, mariner, house 2 Tarkiln hill road 
GIFFORD OLIVER E., paints, oil and glass, South 

Water, corner School, house 54 Cypress 
Gifford Patience Miss, h. Dunbar's lane, n. Dartmouth line 
Gifford Peleg, fruit, 69 Union, house 39 South Second 
Gifford Rebecca H., wid. of Chas., bds. 163 Acushnet av. 
Gifford Reuben P., farmer, house Hathaway road, near 

Dartmouth line 
Gifford Rhoda B., widow of Albert, house 43 Cedar 
Giffoi-d Rhoda T., widow of William, house 15 County 
Gifford Richmond A., overseer of yard Potomska mills, 

opp. 269 South Water, house 48 Acushnet avenue 
Gifford Robert B., accountant, boards 43 Cedar 
Gifford Rufus A., ship-carpenter, house 39 Smith 
Gifford Ruth, widow of Charles H., house 33 Willis 
.Gifford Ruth A. Mrs., house 117 Cedar 
Gifford Samuel (Gifford & Barker), provisions, 8 Market 

square, house 336 South Water 



NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTORY. 121 

Gifford Samuel F., clerk Potter's Express, 19 Coramercifil 

wlinrf, house 100 Bedford 
Gifford Samuel T., tin plate and sheet iron worker, house 

7 South Chancery. 
Gifford Sarah, widow of Brad dock, house 51 Summer 
Gifford Saral), wiilow of John A., house 85 Walden 
Gifford Sarah D. Miss, private scliool, 57 Summer, boards 

51 do. 
Gifford Sophia, widow of Henry, house 40 Sycamore 
Gifford Sophia, widow of Squire, house 70 Walden 
Gifford Squire A., teamster, house 203 Middle 
Gifford Stephen C., baggage master O. C. Railroad, house 

165 Purchase 
Gifford Sylvanus A., salesman, house rear 77 Linden 
Gifford Thomas C, mariner, boards 2 Tarkiln hill road 
Gifford Thomas J. (Thomas J. Gifford & Co.), steam and 

gas fitter, and plumber, 66 William, house 489 Acush- 

net avenue 
Gifford Thomas J. & Co. (Thomas J. Gifford), steam and 

gas fitters, and plumbers, 66 William 
Gifford T. Merritt, brass founder and coppersmith Gifford 

& Allen, boards 44 State 
Gifford Willard, laborer, house 101 Cedar 
Gifford William, ship-carpenter, house 108 Fourth 
Gifford William, 2d, carpenter, house 17 Chestnut 
Gifford William A., painter, house 24 Park 
Gifford William C, special police, h. 17 W.Campbell 
Gifford William D., hostler, boards 380 Purchase 
Gifford William F., 6 South Water, rooms 239 Middle 
Gifford Widiam H., lather, house 17 Chestnut 
Giffiird William H., shoemaker, boards 46 Sycamore 
Gifford William R., horse trainer, h. Maxfield, n. i-ailroad 
GIFFORD & ALLEN (George G. Gifford and Ed- 
ward H. Allen), brass founders and plumbers. North 

Front, corner Hazard's wharf 
Gifford & Barker (Samuel Gifford and John W. Barker), 

provisions, 8 Market square 
Gifford & Co. (^Charles H. Gifford and Eugene F. Brown), 

merchant tailors, etc., 113 Union 
Gigroie Joseph, weaver, boards 201 State 
Gigroie Oliver, operative, house 201 State 
Gilbert P]dgai*S. (Russell & Co.), painter, 8 Fifth, house 

73 Forest 
Gilbert Emily F., widow of Jacob A., house 84 Walden 
Gilbert James, weaver, house 13 Rivet 
Gilbert Lawrence, laborer, house James, near Court 
Gilbert Lawrence C, butchei', house James, near Court 
Gilbert Nathaniel, house 33 Seventh 
Giles George H., waiter Parker House, boards do. 



122 NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gilford Frank F., pressman, 12SJ4 Union, house High 
Gillespie Catherine, widow, house 678 Purchase 
Gillick John, laborer, house James, near Arnold 
Gillick Peter, grocer, 105 South Water, house do, 
Gillingham James L., law student, 36>^ North Water, 

boards at Fairhaven 
Gillis Alexander, teamster, house 183 Pleasant 
Gillis Catherine, widow of William, house 87 South Sixth 
Gillis John H., blacksuiith G. L. Brovvnell, house 96 South 

Second 
Gilman Charles A., driver job wagon, house 211 Middle 
Gilman Francis L., general agent North Western Mutual 

Life Insurance Co., 44 North Water, house 28 Fifth 
Gilmore Jane E. Miss, principal Acushnet avenue school, 

house 245 Acushnet avenue 
Giroux Louis, house 1 Hazard court 
Girox Vetal, weaver, house 210 Pleasant 
Gladding James H., laborer, house 496 Acushnet avenue 
Glasse John, gardener, 92 Spring, house 79 School 
Glasse Walter R., harness maker, h. Cedar, cor. Locust 
Gleason Dennis, laborer Eureka Flour mills, house rear 

41 Middle 
Gleason James, overseer mule spinning Potomska mills, 

opp. 269 South Water, house 287 South Second 
Gleason Timothy, laborer, boards rear SII4 Middle 
Glennon John, laborer, house 698 Purchase 
Glover John, builder, house 84 Merrimac 
Goddard Deborah D., widow of John P., house 214 Union 
Goddard James R, engineer M. T. D. Co., house Cedar, 

corner Morgan 
Goddard Mary E,, widow of Edward, house 27 Allen • 
Goddard William, engineer, house Cedar, corner Morgan 
Godfrey Seth W., carriage maker George- L. Brownell, 

house 17 Bethel 
GofF Charles F., carpenter, boards 11 Chauncey 
GofF Charles H., carpenter, house 11 Emerson 
Goff Hiram H., overseer of spinning Wamsutta mills, 

house 11 Pope, corner State 
Golf Morris, operative, house 646 Acushnet avenue 
Goggin Richard, miller Wilson & Co., h. 700 Acushnet av. 
Goggin William, laborer, house rear 8 Campbell 
Goings John, house 167 William 

Goldthorpe Alexander, spinner, house 16 Hazard court 
Gomes Antone, seaman, house 35 Howland 
Gomes Antone P., mariner, house 1 Howland 
Gomley Jane, widow of Alexander, house 196 Elm 
.Gomley John A., job wagon, First, corner Union, house 

198 Kempton 
Gomley Matilda, widow of John, house 88 Ash 



NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTORY. 123 

Goniley Matilda M. Miss, school teacher, boards 196 Elni 
Gomley William J., boards 196 Elm 

Gonsalces Manuel S., gardener Brook Lawn, Acushnetav. 
Gonsalves Snfrino, laborer, house Allen, near Page 
Gooding George, granite workei', house 177 Cedar 
Gooding llobert A., carpenter, boards 177 Cedar 
Goodman Andrew, peddler dry goods, 130 South Water, 

house 68 Grinnell 
Goodman Isaac, ped<ller, house 68 Grinnell 
Goodnow Julia, widow, house 69 Hillraan 
Goodnow S:illy, widow of Jotham, h, 113 South Second 
Goodspeed Alexander M,, law student, bds. 21 So, Sixth 
Goodspeed William F., seaman, boards Acushnet avenue, 

Head of the River [Head of the River 

Goodspeed Win. R., ship-carpenter, h. Acushnet avenue, 
Goodwin Mar}'-, widow, house 15 Rivet 
Goodwin Thomas R., weaver, boards 15 Rivet 
Gordon Helen M., teacher Parker street grammar school, 

boards 11 Franklin 
Gordon John, teamster, house 40 South Water 
Gordon Mary E., widow of Wm. G., house 32 Eighth 
Gordon Robert, tailor, 78 William, boards 52 School 
Gordon Sarah, widow of Richard, house 130 Kempton 
Gordon William, jr. (Taber, Gordon & Co.), commission 

merchant, Central wharf, corner Front, h. 90 Fourth 
Gorham Herbert S., photograph printer, h. 57 Sherman 
Gorham Jabez A., gardener, house 5 Greene 
Gorliam Thomas G., master mariner, house 57 Sherman 
Gorin Amos, second hand Wamsutta mills, house 7 No. 

Front 
Gorin Oralie Mrs., widow, house 7 North Front 
Gorman John, cooper, house 126 South Water 
GOS:N'OIiD MILLS, innfr. of iron and chains, Joseph 

H. Cornell, pres. and treas., office, 566 Acushnet av. 
Goudron Charles, laborer, house 10 Hampton court 
Goudron Helaire, at Wamsutta mills, h. 8 Hampton ct. 
Goudron Joseph, laborer, house 3 Hampton court 
Gougie Nazaire, weaver, h. So. Front, cor. Blackmore 
Gould Albert G., house 24 Chauncey 
Gould John L., house 69 Chestnut 
Goulding Daniel, at Gosnold mills, house 38 Willis 
Goulding James, laborer, boards 27 Allen 
Goulding Michael, at Gosnold mills, b. 674 Acushnet av. 
Goulding Simon, laborer, house 27 Allen 
Goulet George, hair-dresser, 610 Purchase, house do. 
Goulet John, seamttn, house 29 Howland 
Goulet Joseph, hair-dresser, 632 Purchase, house do. 
Goulet Joseph, cardei', bds. Julian Goulet's, Darfee 
Goulet Julian, farmer, h. Durfee, west of Shawmut av. 



124 NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gourty Timothy, laborer Wamsutta mills, h. 192 State 
Grabe Charles, poiter Manhattan House, boards do. 
Gracia Manuel, derk, 149 South Water, house 123 do. 
Gracia Manuel S., laborer, house 20 School 
Graffiirn Isaiah W. (I. W. Graffani & Co.), trader in oil, 
and commission dealer, 7 Market, house 54 Chestnut 
Graham Christina, widow of Daniel, house Cedar Grove, 

rear 827 Purchase 
Graham Elizabeth, widow of Benj., house 60 Merrimac 
Graham George, weaver, house 193 State 
Graham Mary J. Miss, teacher William street primary 

school, house 12 Court 
Graham Wm.H., saloon, 84 Union, house 44 Middle 
Grant Frederick A., mariner, liouse 85 South Second 
Grant Lafayette R., stone worker, house Shawmut av. 
Grant Meicy, widow of Philip, house Hathaway road, 

near Rockdale avenue 
Grassa Manuel S., polisher, 20 North Second, house 248 

South Water 
Graves Charles, house 151 Cedar 
Graves Eugene, fireman, rooms 172 Pleasant 
Graves Josephine Mrs., house 130 Kempton 
Gray Archibald, harness dresser, h. 54 Acushnet avenue 
Gray Asa, car driver N. B. & F. H. K. Co., house 151 

North Second 
Gray Charles A., teamster, office, 421 Purchase, and O. C. 
R. R. freight depot, house 427 Purchase [Rivet 

GrRAY DANIEL, taxidermist, h. Acushnet av., cor. 
Gray Eliza, widow of Pardon, house 76 Middle 
Gray Elizabeth A., widow of Nathaniel, h. 115 Summer 
Gray Frank, mariner, house 208 South Water 
Gray George F., horse car driver, house 318 Purchase 
Gray Geoig'e R., clei-k, 7 Middle, house 174 Union 
Gray Henry A., hair-dresser, 204 Acushnet av., h. 208 do. 
Gray James F., house 147 Middle 
Gray James M., farmer, house French avenue 
Gray John W., mill operative, boards 69 Prospect 
Gray Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, house French avenue 
Gray Prudence, widow of Willard, house 165 Kempton 
Gray Sarah W., widow of Gilbert C., house 116 Pleasant 
Greely Henry, hostler, house 31 Ash 
Green Fred J., clerk Central market, boards 109 Middle 
Green John, 2d, harness maker, etc., 406 Acushnet ave- 
nue, house 82 Middle 
Green Mary A. Miss, house Court, near Dartmouth line 
Green William, laborer, house rear 642 Purchase 
Greene Albrit, mariner, boards 85 North Second 
Greene Alfred, carpenter, foot of Cannon, house 215 Acush- 
net avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [(}] DIRECTORY. 125 

Greene Amos, trader, house Park, near Court 

Greene Augustus A. (Greene & Woorl), lumber dealer, 

Leonard's wharf, house 245 Acushnet avenue 
Greene I^enjamin, cooper, house 85 North Second 
Greene Benjamin, jr., confectioner, house 85 No. Second 
Greene Clnrk. saloon, Acushnet avenue, corner Old Mark- 
et square, sale stable, 9 Sprino-, h. 8 Old Mai-ket sq 
Greene Daniel, horse de.iler, h. 6 Walnut, cor. So. First 
Greene Daniel, saloon, 32 South Water, house do. 
Greene Francis B., lawyer, 36M Noith Water, house 56 

South Sixth 
Greene Francis H., hat and bonnet bleachery, 22 North 

Second, house 46 do. 
Greene John, farmer, h. Court, 3d on left beyond tannery- 
Greene Leander, shoemaker, boards 85 North Second 
Greene Luthan J., house 109 Middle 
Greene Lydia J., widow of Daniel B., house 24 Pearl 
Greene Lydia M., widow of Thomas A., house 220 Union 
Gi'eene Marshall S., mason, house 5 Fair 
Greene Mehitable, widow of David R., house 56 So. Sixth 
Greene Nathaniel H., mason, house 12 County 
Greene Nathaniel Herbert, clerk, 116 Union, bds. Ill Fifth 
Greene Neal, job Avagon, house 228 South Second 
Greene Robert B., 9 William, h. 126 County, cor. School 
Greene Wm. H., harness maker, 24 Pleasant, h. Ill Cedar 
GrREENE & WOOD (Augustus A. Greene and 

Henry T. and Wm. G. Wood), lumber dealers and 

planing mill, Leonard's wharf 
Greenman josiah, ship-carpenter, house 35 Willis 
Greenwood Andrew, loom iixer, house 5 Rivet 
Greenwood James, billiard saloon and bowling alley, 68 

William, house 52 Hillman 
Greenwood James, weaver Wamsutta mills, house 19 

Hampton court 
Greenwood John, fixer Potomska mills, h. 291 So. Water 
Greenwood Levi, at Wamsutta mills, house 702 Pm'chase 
Greenwood Peter, laboi-er, house Smith's block. State, 

near Linden 
Greenwood Sina, weaver, h. Smith's blk.. State, n. Linden 
Greenwood Thomas, overseer of weaving, Wamsutta 

mills, house 2 Locust [Middle 

Greer George, rope maker, N. B. Cordage Co., house 248 
Gregoire Napoleon, clerk 594 Purchase, house 14th on 

left of Washburn 
Grew Charles M., boards 47 Sycamore 
Grew David, farmer, house Hathaway road, near Shaw- 

mut avenue 
Grew David, jr., farmer, house Hathaway road 
Grew John T., farmer, h. Hathaway rd., n. Shawmut av. 



126 NEW BEDF."^RD [(}] DIRECTOEY. 

Grew Mary, wid. of Salem T., dressmaker, h. 47 Sycamore 

Grew Salem F., boards 47 Sycamore 

Grieve John, mule-spinner, house 25 Austin 

Grieve William W., plumber and gas fitter, boards 54 

Acushnet avenue 
Griffin Geo. 11., watchmaker and salesman, 20 Purchase, 

boards Mansion House, 87 Union 
Griffin John, tripe butcher, house Mill road. Head of the 

River 
Griffin Richard, waiter Parker House, boards do. 
Griffin William, woodsawyer, house 36 Kempton 
Grigoire Peter, laborer Wamsutta mills, h. 4 Fulton ct. 
Grimshaw Frank G., shoemaker, house 74 Robeson 
Grimshaw John, house Locust, near Cedar 
Grimshaw Lydia R,, widow of James, nurse, h, 74 Robeson 
Grimshaw Wm., watchman O, C. R. R. depot, house 

Locust,' near Cedar 
Grinnell Abram, carpenter, house 2 Spruce 
Grinnell Andrew B., 2;rocer, Head of the River, house 4 

Tarkilnhillrond" 
Grinnell Andrew B., jr., grocer, Main, cor. Mill, Acushnet, 

house do. 
Grinnell Charles J., mariner, liouse 25 Common 
Grinnell Edgar, boards 112 High 
G-KINNELl. EDMUND, prop. New Bedford Iron 

Foundry, 90 and 92 South Water, house South Orch- 
ard, corner Hawthorn 
Grinnell Henry, boards 44 School 
Grinnell Isaac VV., laborer, house 25 Cannon 
Grinnell Joseph, pres. Wamsutta mills, house 97 County 
Grinnell Joseph E., mariner, house 25 Cannon 
Grinnell Joseph G. Mrs., house .39 Hawthorn 
G-RINNELL LAWRENCE (L. Grinnell & Son), 

insurance agent, North Water, h. 42 So. Cottage 
GRINNELL LAWRENCE & SON (Lawrence 

Grinnell and Richard W. Grinnell), insurance agents 

North Water, foot of William 
GRINNELL RICHARD W. (L. Grinnell & Son), 

insurance agents, North Water, foot of William, 

house 42 South Cottage 
Groat James, ship-carpenter, house 32 Franklin 
Gross Experience, widow of William, house 185 Elm 
Groves Benjamin H., engineer, boards 108 South Fifth 
Groves Gai'dner, clerk, 73 Union, boards 14 Bethel 
Groves Henry, peddler, house 108 Fifth 
Groves Perry G., house rear 154 Kempton 
Grudchos Anna C. Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 583 Pur- 
chase, house 32 Franldin 
Grundy James, glass blower Mt. Washington Glass Co. 

house 194 South Water ' 



NEW BEDFORD []{] DIRECTORY. 127 

Guinn Isaac, janitor N. B. Institution for Savings build- 
ing, house 102 Smith 
Guinn Lucretia Miss, ladies' liair-dresser, house 102 Smith 
Guisty Dominions, peanut vender, house 62 Arnold 
Gumbleton Daniel, at Gosnold mills, boards Edmund 

Gnmbleton's, Wall 
Gumbleton Edmund, laborer, h. Wall, next Acushnet av. 
Gunning Eliza, widow, house 620 Purchase 
Gurl Francis, in Copper Woi-ks, house Penniman 
Gurl Henry, in Copper Works, house Penniman 
Gurl Michael, weaver, house 21 Austin 
Gustin George A., teacher of dancing, house 3 Court 

HABICHT HENRY, machinist, boards 40 County 
Habicht John B., proprietor Genoania House, 23 North 

Second 
Habicht Philip, tailor, 314 Acushnet av., h. 40 County 
Hackett iNlary A., widow of Thomas, h. 137 Acushnet av. 
Hackett Thomas F., mariner, boards 137 Acushnet av. 
Hadfield Charles, cabinet maker, house 7 Hazard court 
Hadfield Wdliam, weavei', house Gedar Grove, Gth on 

right from Acushnet avenue 
Hadley Amos W., bookkeeper, 60 Union, house 5 Green 
Hadley Eugene J., lawyer (12 Pemberton square, B.), 

house 107 Pleasant 
HADLEY FRANK R., apothecary, 49 Purchase, 

house 61 Keinpton 
Hadley George T., house 107 Pleasant 
Hadley Jacob B., merchant, house 107 Pleasant 
Hadley John D., printer, boards 107 Pleasant 
Haffard Willard, carpenter, 19 Bethel 
Haelenan Wm. B., machinist (Fall River), h. 67 Merrimac 
" Hiiffnrds Sophia E. Miss, house 6o Kempton 
Haifoi'd Almeda Mrs., house rear 497 Purchase 
Haiford Benj., compositer Standard office, h. 163 Mill 
Hafford Charles A., engineer for Sturtevant & Sherman, 

house 87 Kempton 
Hafford Joseph, painter, house 21 Hiliman 
Haiti >rd llebecca K., widow of Wm. A., house 6 Dover 
Hafford Stephen, jr., carriage maker, boards 152 Mill 
Hagan Sarah, widow, boards County, corner Linden 
Haggerty John, laborer Wamsutta mills, house Wash- 
burn, fifth on the right, below North Front 
Haggerty Wm., weaver, house 570 Purchase 
Haines James, laborer, 64 Union 
Haley James, tailor, 31 North Water, liouse 21 Ash 
Haley Patrick, liquors, 4 Pearl, house do. 
Hall Ann M., widow of .Joseph D., house 42 Campbell 
Hall Anthony D., bookkeeper Wood, Brightmaii & Co., 

house 117 Middle 



128 NEW BEDFORD [}{] DIRECTORY. 

Hall Charles A., clerk, 578 Purchase, bds. 261 Pleasant 
Hall Deborah P., widow of jSTathaniel, h. 347 Purchase 
Hall Gardner, house 71 VValden 
Hall G-eorge, blacksmith, house 592 Purchase 
Hall Gilbert N. (Driscoll, Church & Hall), grocer, 64 Un- 
ion, house 111 County 
Hall Hannah N"., widow of Isaac D., -house 111 County 
Hall Hii-am E., butcher, house 42 Campbell 
Hall John, mule spinner, house 54 Acushnet avenue 
Hall John, weaver, house 19 Hampton court 
Hall John G., laborer, house 23 School 
Hall Josephine Mrs., house 129 South Orchard 
Hall Sylvanus M., house 161 Pleasant, corner Franklin 
Hall William C, house Fish Island 
Hall William H., laborei-, house 23 Chancery 
Hall William M., ropernaker, house 143 North Cedar 
Hallctt Bangs, U. S. Shipping Commissioner, 18 South 

Water, house at Yarmouth Port, Mass. 
Ham Samuel, weaver, house 570 Purchase 
Hamblen Otis F., master mariner, house 56 Foster 
Hamblin Thacher, glassmaker, house 53 Dartmouth 
Hamblin William, flagman, house 12 Chancery 
Hamer Sarah A., widow of Samuel, h. r, 126 Kempton 
Hamer Susan J. Mrs., house 13 West Middle 
Hamer William, stevedore, house 54 Middle 
Hanjilton Augustus, provisions, 154 North, house do. 
Hamilton James, sailniaker Thos. M. Hart, boards Sheri- 
dan House 
Hamilton Margaret, widow, house 32 Franklin 
Hamlin E"'rank M., clerk, 145 Union, boards 81 State 
Hamlin James, house 468 Acushnet avenue 
Hammond Andrew J., laborer, house 290 Cedar 
Hammond Caleb, president N. B. Tool Co., and (C.Ham- 
mond & Son), architect, house 66 North 
Hammond Charles W. (Herbert S. Hammond & Co.), 

168)^ Kempton, house 168 do. 
Hammond C. &. Son (Caleb and Edgar B. Hammond), 

architects, 129 North Water 
Hammond Edgar B. (C. Hammond & Son), 129 North 

Water, boards 66 North 
Hammond Elijah R. G., seaman, h. Second, cor. South 
Hammond Francis W., carpenter, 129 North Water, 

house 70 North 
Hammond George W., bootmaker, house 33 High 
Hanmiond Henry F., carpenter, boards 66 North 
Hammond Herbert S. (Herbert S. Hammond & Co.), 

meat and groceries, 168K Kempton, house 168 do. 
HAMMOKD HERBERT S. & CO. (Herberts, 
and Charles W. Hammond), meats and groceries, 
168>^ Kempton 



NEW BEDFORD []{] DIRECTORY. 129 

H;xnirnond Job E., laborer, house Aeushnet avenue 
Hammond Joseph, cooper, house 6 Tremont 
Hammond Sumner B., t-ai-penter, house 7 Franklin 
Hammond Thomas H. (Andrew Bulloch & Co.), boards 

96 Elm 
Hammond Wm., ship-carpenter, house 58 Chestnut 
Hammond William H., laborer, boards Job E. Ham- 
mond's, Aeushnet avenue 
Hampton Andrew, laborer, house 22 First 
Hand Jei-usha, widow of Abram, house 43 South 
Handy Caleb, truckman and cane chair seater, house 135 

South Water 
Handy George S., carpenter, house 64 Arnold 
Handy Gilbert N., bookkeeper, 159 Purchase, boards 87 

Kempton 
Handy John T., carpenter, house 134 South Orchard 
Handy Jonathan (Watkins & Handy), 13 Centre, house 

55 North Sixth 
Handy Mary N., widow of Ichabod, house 63 Kempton 
Handy Nye, provision dealer, 159 Purchase, house 87 

Kempton 
Handy Phoebe, widow of Walter, house 63 Kempton 
Handy Sophia Mrs., house North Bonney, near Allen 
Hankinson James, gardener, house 18 Emerson " 
Hanley Patrick, weaver, house foot of Merriraac 
Hanlon Mary, widow of Matthew, house 77 Merrimac 
Hann.an .James, pressman, house 49 Middle 
Hannan John, boards 49 Middle 
Hannan Richard, clerk 51 Union, boards 49 Middle 
Hanrahan David, laborer, house 115 Cedar 
Hanson Christina, widow of Peter, house 220 Pleasant 
Harding James G., ship-carpenter, h. 99 North Second 
Harding John G., tree dealer and city forester, house 

99 North Second 
Harding Martin, laborer, boards 581 Aeushnet avenue 
Harding Thomas, coachman, 110 County, house do. 
Hard wick Geo. T., agent N. B. Tannery, h. 19 Morgan 
Hardy Eliza, widow, house 50 Smith 
Hardy Mary S. Mrs., fancy goods, 226 Aeushnet avenue^ 

house do. 
Hardy Sarah Mrs., house 84 South Second 
Hardy Wm. B., works Gosnold mills, h. 135 Kempton 
Hargraves Edmund, loom-fixer, boards John Hargraves', 

Washburn 
Hargraves John, loom-fixer, house Washburn, sixth on 

right from Aeushnet avenue 
Harkin John, laborer, house 23 Cedar 
Harlow George A., clerk S. P. Richmond & Co., house 39 

Hillman 
9 



130 NEW BEDFORD [J{] DIRECTORY. 

Harlow Mary W. Mrs., fancy goods, 142 Purchase, h. do. 
Harlow Otis Mrs., boarding-house, 8 Bethel 
Harlow Otis V., laborer, house 9 High 
Harniel Frank, laborer, house 2 Hampton court 
Harmus Ann, widow of Charles L., house 329 South Wa- 
ter, corner Division 
Harps Lydia C, widow of William, nurse, h. 85 Kempton 
Harps William W., carpenter, house 12 Chancery 
Flarriman Calvin W., mariner, house 57 Mechanics lane 
Harrington Augustus, farmer, house Acushnet avenue, 

Head of the River 
Harrington Catharine Mrs., house 198 State 
Harrington Cornelius, laborer, house Linden court 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, house 178 South Second 
Harrington Daniel H., clerk 716 Acushnet avenue, boards 

4 Austin court 
Harrington Daniel Mrs., house 4 Austin court 
Harrington Dennis, mule-spinner, boards 4 Austin court 
Harrington Dennis, laborer, hoiise 587 Acushnet avenue 
Harrington Edward P., clerk A. R. Barker, bds. 14 Griffin 
Harrington Francis H. W., painter, h. 144 North Second 
Harrington Henry F., superintendent public schools, 

office basement City Hall, house 51 Seventh 
Harrington Herbert A. (Flathaway, Soule & Harrington), 

shoe mnfr.. North, cor. No. Second, h. at Boston 
Harrington Jeremiah, shoemaker, 652 Acushnet avenue, 

house 696 do. 
Harrington Jeremiah, laborer Copper Works, house 

Clark, near Purchase 
Harrington John H., plumber and tinplate worker, 503 

Purchase, house 4 Wamsutta 
Harrington John, laborer, house foot Turner's court 
Harrington John, baker, house 30 Oak 
Harrington John, second-hand clothing, 77 South Water, 

house do. 
Harrington John, laborer, boards 696 Acushnet avenue 
Harrington John, laborer, house 28 Merrimac 
Harrington John E., saloon, 8 Linden, house Penniman, 

near State 
Harrington Joseph, laborer, house rear 656 Acushnet av. 
Harrington Mary, widow of Patrick, house 698 Purchase 
Harrington Peter, boards 6 Pearl 
Harrington Peter E., weaver, boards 16 Franklin 
Harrington Timothy, laborer, house Washburn, ninth on 

left from Acushnet avenue 
PLarrington Timothy, laborer, house 16 Franklin 
Plarnngton Timothy, laborer, house 118 Hillman 
Harris Mary A. Mrs., house 187 Elm 
Han-ison Charles F., painter Hai't & Atkin, house 6 

South Second 



NEW BEDFOKD [Jf] DIKECTORT. 131 

Harrison George H., weaver, house Linden court 
Harrison Samuel, loom fixer, h. South Front, cor. Rivet 
Harrison Sarah A., widow, house 140 North Second 
Harrison Thomas, iiead machinist Potomska mills, house 

:^91 South Second 
Harrison Thomas R., shipsmith, house 6 South Second 
Harrison William H., laborer, house rear 11 First 
liavrisson Francis, painter, house 72 Washington 
Harrold Amos, house 55.!-^ South Water 
Harrold Charles H., laborer, house 45 South Water 
Hart Alice S. Miss, carpet maker, h. 219 Acushnet av. 
Hart Chloe P. Mrs., house 229 Purchase 
Hart David, house 173 Acushnet avenue, opp. Griffin 
Hart Deborah P., widow of George, house 66 Bedford 
Hart Edward M., painter, boards 21 Bedford 
Hart George S., boards 66 Bedford [Kerapton 

Hai't Oliver, laborerj boards D. S. Eaton's, Park, near 
Hart Samuel C. (Hart & Akin), painter and painters' 

supplies, 58 South Water and 9 North Water, and 

coal dealer, 5S South Water and foot of Coffin, 

house 173 Aciishnet avenue, opposite Griffin 
Hart Simpson Mrs., house 37 Fourth 
HART THOMAS M., sailmaker, 33 Commercial 

wharf, house 75 Washington 
HART & AKIN (Samuel C. Hart and Francis T. 

Akin), painters and painters' supplies, 58 South 

Water and 9 North Water, and coal dealers, 58 

South Water and foot of Coffin 
Hartman Joseph, mill operative, house 8 Fulton court 
Harvey Joseph, mule-spinner, house 27 Austin 
Harwood Charles, Cordage Works, h. 63 Ash 
Harwood John, gardener, 61 South Sixth, house do. 
Harwood Michael, mill operative, boards 204 Second 
Haskell Andrew Mrs., house 21 Bedford 
HASKELIi CHARLES M., hats, caps, and furs, 

138 Union, house 225 Acushnet avenue 
Haskell Edward (E. Haskell & Co.), dry goods, 42 to 

48 Purchase, house 219 Union 
Haskell Edward P., house 85 Bush 

Haskell Edward P., jr. (Parker & Haskell), bds. 85 Bush 
Haskell Eli, laborer, house 55 Smith 
Haskell Elisha, house Head of the River 
Haskell E. & Co. (Edward Haskell and Charles M. Tripp), 

dry goods, 42 to 48 Purchase 
Haskell George E., student, boards 219 Union 
Haskell George M., clerk Wamsutta mills, office over 

Merchants National Bank, house 243 Acushnet av. 
Haskell Hiram, house 243 Acushnet avenue 
Haskell Lydia M. Miss, house 243 Acushnet avenue 



132 NEW BEDFORD [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Haskell Sarah J. H., milliner, 21 Bedford, house do. 
Plaskell Cyrenius W. (Dexter & Haskins), watches and 

jewelry, 20 Purchase, house 49 North 
Haskins Eliphalet, mariner, h, foot Rivet, c. South Front 
Haskins Elizabeth P., widow of Amos, house 163 William 
Haskins Elmore P., carpenter, boards 95 Chestnut 
Haskins Frank, laborer, house 59 Spruce » 

Haskins George S., mason, house Cove, near County 
Haskins Gilford B,, variety store, 167}^ South Water, 

house 63 Prospect 
Haskins Herbert K., carpenter, house 95 Chestnut 
Haskins Job, farmer, house Belleville road. Head of the 

River [Chestnut 

Haskins Joseph C, carpenter, foot of Hillman, house 54 
Haskins Lurana, widow of Eben, house 105 Sycamore 
Haskins Orville, carpenter, foot of Hillman, h. 95 Chestnut 
Haskins Otis, farmer, boards Emery Borden's, Plainville 
Hassard Margaret, widow, house 303 South Water 
Hastings George (Hastings & Co.), manuficturer of sperm 

and whale oils, foot of Grinnell, house 90 Purchase 
Hastings John (Hastings & Co.), manufacturer of sperm 

and whale oils, foot of Grinnell, house 221 Union 
HASTINGS & CO. (George and John Hastings), 

mnfrs. of sperm and whale oils, foot of Grinnell 
Hatch Albert D, (Boston j, house 85 Fifth 
Hatch Cyrus, canvasser, boards 531 Acushnet avenue 
Hatch George C. (Hatch & Co., and Davenport, Mason & 

Co.), express, 5 Ricketson blk., h. 1213 Acushnet av. 
Hatch George E., tin plate and sheet iron worker, 250 

Purchase, house 37 Kempton [Middle 

Hatch Henry F., photographer, 92 Purchase, house 132 
Hatch John F., clerk, 5 Ricketson block, boards 28 Elm 
Hatch Joseph W., tin plate worker G. E, Hatch, boards 

37 Kempton 
Hatch Joshua J., carpenter, foot of Maxfield, opposite 

Noith Second, house 5 North 
^atch Moses E., treasurer New Bedford Ice Co., 9 

Fourth, boards 115 Pleasant 
Hatch Seth, laborer, house 48 Middle [Grinnell 

Hatch Sidney H., bookkeeper Geo. L. Brownell, house 181 
Hatcli Thatcher C. (Davis & Hatch), coffee and spice 

mills, 59 High, house 115 Pleasant 
Hatch William W., laboi-er, house 2 Bush 
HATCH & CO. (Calvin Raymond and George C. 

Hatch), Boston, New Bedford, Providence, Taunton, 

Fall River and Martha's Vineyard express, 5 Rick- 
etson block 
Hstfield John, weaver, house 22 South Water 
Hathaway Abram G., carpenter, boards James S. Hatha- 

way's, West Willis 



NEW BEDFORD [Jf] DIRECTORY. 133 

Hathaway Abram G., former, house Hathaway road, near 

Shawmnt avenue 
Hathaway Albert G., bootmaker, house 75 Mill 
Hathaway Andrew B., gardener, house Hathaway road, 

west from Rockdale avenue 
Hatliaway Andrew E., prop. " Head of River" Omnibus 

Line, sale and feed stable. Mechanics lane, house 331 

Purchase 
Hatliaway Annie G., widow of David C, house 56 State 
Hathaway Annie M. Miss, bookkeeper B. H. Waite & 

Co., boards 109 His?!) 
HATHAWAY BEXJAMIIN" F., coal dealer, 590 

Acushnet avenue, house 492 Purchase 
Hathaway Benjamin F., jr., bookkeeper and weigher, 590 

Acushnet avenue, house 286 County 
Hathaway Bradford, carpenter, house 66 Parker 
Hathaway Charity, widow of Thomas, house Plainville 
Hathaway Charles, millman, house Acushnet avenue 
Hathaway Charles H., painter, house 19 Howland 
Hathaway Charles M., job wagon, First, corner Union, 

house 156 North Second 
Hathawiiy Charles R., laborer, Wilson & Co., h. 30 Hill 
Hathaway David L. (Hathaway & Bowman), house and 

ship joiner, 20 Elm, house 65 Cypress 
Hathaway Dudley C, instructor House of Correction, 

house Fair, near Dartmouth 
Hathaway Elias H. C, horse car driver, house 158 Pleasant 
Hathaway Eliza B. Miss, house 65 Fourth 
Hathaway Elizabeth A., widow of John M., h. 128 Middle 
Hathaway Elizabeth S., widow of James H., h. 158 Middle 
Hathaway Ella R., teacher Grove primary school, boards 

17 Ash 
Hathaway Frnncis, pres. National Bank of Commerce, 35 

North Water, house 43 Elm 
Hathaway Franklin L., police, house 164 Fourth 
Hathaway Frederick A., truckman, house 339 So. Water 
Hathaway Frederick A., saihnaker, house 75 Maxfield 
Hathaway Freelove, widow, h. Mill road. Head of the River 
Hathaway Freeman R., clerk (N. Y.), house 71 Maxfield 
Hathaway George, 'house Mt. Pleasant, near the reservoir 
Hathaway George B., bookkeeper First National Bank, 

house Hathaway road, opp. Rockdale avenue 
Hathaway George W., teamster, house 69 Prospect 
Hathaway Harriet R., widow of Braddock D., house rear 

535 Acushnet avenue 
Hathaway Henry C, house 62 Campbell 
Hathaway Henry M., ship-carpenter, bouse 7 North 
Hathaway Henry W., former, house Hathaway road 
Hathaway Horace M., carpenter, boards 61 Walden 



134 NEW BEDFORD [J{] DIEECTORY. 

Hathaway Horatio, merchant, Rodtnan, corner North 

Front, house 103 County 
Hathaway H., carpenter, boards 65 Cypress 
Hathaway Isaac T., cutter GifFord & Co., house 68 Ehn 
Hathaway Jabez R., seaman, boards Jabez S. Hathaway's, 

Belleville road 
Hathaway Jabez S., h. Belleville road, n. Acushnet river 
Hathaway James A., peddler, house Belleville road, Head 

of the River 
PTathaway Jnmes C, shipwright, house 61 Walden 
Hathaway James H., butcher, house Tarkiln hill road, 

near Acushnet avenue 
Hathaway James H., City treasurer, Collector of taxes, 

and Water registrar, office Library building, house ?§=" 

Se*»f>tefl' (o^ }\/riic'j,vx- [492 Purchase 

Hathaway James L., clerk 590 Acushnet avenue, boards 
Hathaway James S., ship-carpenter, house 82 No. Second 
Hathaway James S., carriage maker, h. Willis, n. Cedar 
Hathaway James W., machinist, 90 South Water, house 

at Fadrhaven 
Hathaway Jethro H., carpenter, boards 65 Cypress 
Hathaway Job, laborer, house Acushnet avenue 
Hathaway John D., house Plainville 
Hathaway John W., mason, boards Abrara G. Hathaway's, 

Hathaway road 
Hathaway Joseph D,, teamster, house 5 Howland 
Hathaway Lemuel, house 50 Mill 
Hathaway Lemuel S., boards 50 Mill 
Hathaway Leonard J., carriage maker W. G. White & 

Son, house 71 Middle 
Hathaway Lewis, carpenter, Middle, corner Acushnet 

avenue, house 54>2 Hillman 
Hathaway Louisa, widow of Anthony, h. 37 No. Sixth 
Hathaway Lucy B., widow of Warren, house 60 Hillman 
Hathaway Martin L., foreman job department Standard 

office, house 6 Locust 
Hathaway Mary B. Miss, house 65 Fourth 
Hathaway Meletiah, farmer, house Hathaway road, west 

from Rockdale avenue 
Hathaway Nathan C, bookkeeper Mechanics National 

Bank, boards 128 Middle 
Hathaway Paul E., soap maker, 14 So. Second, h. 109 High 
Hathaway Paul S., former, house Hathaway road 
Hathaway Phebe S., widow of Alexaiuler, h. 50 Smith 
Hathaway Richmond B., at rolling mill, house 33 Smith 
Hathaway Rodman, farmer, house 9 Rockdale avenue 
-Hathaway Sarah A, Mrs., house 77 Walnut 
Hathaway Sarah E. Miss, embroidery teacher, 355 Acush- 
I net avenue, boards at Fairhaven 



NEW BEDFORD [J] DIRECTORY. 135 

HATHAWAY SAVORY, agent Union Boot and 

Shoe Co., 71 and 75 William, h. 6 Ricketson court 
Hathaway Savory C. (Hathaway, Soule & Harrington), 

boot and shoe manufacturer, house 93 State 
HATHAWAY, SOULE & HARRINGTON 
(Savory C. Hathaway, Rufus A. Soule, and Herbert 
A. fdarrington), boot and shoe manufacturers, North, 
corner North Second 
Hathaway Susan M., wid. of Elnathan, h. 666 Purchase 
Hathawav Thomas B., master mariner, h. 348 So. Water 
HATHAWAY THOMAS H., lumber dealer, foot 

of Walnut, house 1 Soutli Orchard 
Hathaway Walter T., clerk (N. Y.), boards 71 Maxfield ■• 
Hathaway William, jr., merchant, foot of Walnut, house 

1 Orchard 
HATHAWAY WILLIAM A., florist, house Mt. 

Pleasant, near R. R. station 
Hathawav William F., picture frame maker, boards 71 

Maxfield 
Hathaway William H., ship-carpenter, h. 59 Cypress 
Hatha\vay William H., currier, house 4 Jenney 
Hathaway William H., house 304 Acushnet avenue 
Hathaway William W., clerk City Treasurer's office, bds. 

7&- Kcmptcm j^i Jh Lit A •' 
Hathaway Zephaniah, ship-carpeliter, house 88 North 
Hathaway & Bowman (David L, Hathaway and Henry T. 

Bowman), house and ship joiners, 20 Elm 
Haaghey John, laborer, house Parker, cor. No. Chancery 
Havens Frances Mrs., house 45 North 
Hawes Arthur C, clerk, 21 Purchase, bds. 7 Ricketson ct. 
Hawes Benjamin P., laborer, house 220 Kempton 
Hawes Elnathan, house Dunbar's lane, n. Dartmouth lane 
Hawes Frank, farmer, house Crapo's lane 
Hawes Geo. W., teamster, house Acushnet avenue 
Hawes Flerbert L., laborer, house 22 Wing 
Hawes Jonathan, musician, and janitor of Acushnet ave- 
nue primary school, house 195 Purchase 
Elawes Jonathan C, master mariner, house Acushuet av- 
enue, Head of the River 
Hawes Levi, confectionery, 21 Purchase, house 7 Ricket- 
son court 
Hawes Levi, farmer, house 7 Tarkiln hill road 
Hawes Simon, ice clealer, Head of the River, house cto. 
Hawes William, works Pierce & Bushnell, h. 69 Walden 
Hawes William T., master mariner, house 383 Purchase 
Hawkins Charles, teamster, house 14 Qartraouth 
Hawkins Chai'les, shoemaker, boards 114 High 
Hawkins Jackson, lab., h. 39 So. Emerson, next Clinton 
Hawkins Jessie, widow, house 114 High 



136 NEW BEDFORD [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hawkins John PL, flac^man O. C. R. R., Logan street ci'oss^ 

ing-, house 114 High 
Hayden Lncretia, widow of John, house 100 Washington 
Hayden William G. (Hayden & Grossman), stoves, ghiss 

ware, etc., 185 Acushnet av., c. Bedford, h. 10 Bedford 
HAYDEN & CKOSSMAN (WiUiam G. Hayden 

and Robert II. Grossman), stoves, tinware, crockery, 

etc., 185 Acushnet avenue, coi'ner Bedford 
Hayes Andrew G. (Hnyes & Co.), stave dresser, 145 No. 

Water, house 18 Ilinnian 
Hayes David K., machinist, boards 18 Hilhnan 
Hayes E. L. Miss, music teacher, 10 HiUraan, house do. 
Hayes Lemuel W. (Hayes & Co.), stave dresser and scroll 

sawing, 145 North Water, boards 18 Hillman 
Hayes Loring G., cooper, house 10 Hillman 
Hayes L. G. Miss, music teacher, 10 Hillman, house do. 
Hayes Maria E., teacher Kempton street primary school, 

boards 59 Hill 
Hayes Stephen W., physician, 80 Purchase, house do. 
Hayes & Co. (Andrew G. and Lemuel W. Hayes), stave 

dressers, scroll sawing, etc., 145 North Water 
Haynes James H., laborer, house 29 Union 
Haynes William H., laborer, house 115 Smith 
Hayward Irani, laborer, house 95 High 
Haywood John, publisher, house 585 Acushnet avenue 
Hazard Henry C. carpenter, house 68 North 
Hazard Ichabod T., house 84>2 VValden 
Hazard James S., farmer, house Kempton, Cannonville 
Hazel Christian, miison, house 12 Bethel 
Hazeltine Andrew A., dentist, 164 Puichase, house do. 
Hazeltine Ezra, laborer, house 14 School 
Hazznrd George W., stone-cutter, boards Hunter, near 

Kempton 
HAZZARD JAMES B., carriage painter, Mechanics 

lane, house 59 Hill 
Hazzard John H., painter, house 236 Purchase 
Hazzard William H., carriage painter, house 59 Cypress 
Head James T., teamster, house 44 Arnold 
Heald Louisa, widow, house 419 Purchase 
Healey James A., tailor, house 21 Ash 
Healey John, carpenter, house 57 Wasliington 
Healey John, jr., block maker, house 57 Washington 
Healey Mary, widow of Patrick, h. Tremont, n. Arnold 
Healey Peter, laborer, house 104 South Second 
Healey William, machinist, boards Tremont, n. Arnold 
Healy Edwin, machinist, boards 14 County 
Healy Thomas F., harness maker, house 102 Fourth 
Heap VVilliam H,, musician, house 178 State 
Heath Albert Hayford, pastor North Congregationalist 

church, house 273 County 



NEW BEDFORD [H] DIKECTOKY. 137 

Heath Louise S. Miss, teacher Cedar street primary school, 

house 70 Hilliimn 
Heath Nathaniel H., at 197 Acuslniet avenue, house rear 

31 Bedford 
Heath Soj.hronia P., widow of Benj. F., h. 70 Hillmau 
Heath William H., master mariner, house 98 Fourth 
Heath Win. H., jr., 179 Purchase, house 107 Arnold 
Hecker Charles, bar-tender, 26 William, boards Sheridan 

House 
Heller Fredei'ick, decorator Smith Bros., h. Fulton court 
Hemenway Martha A. Mrs., teacher Parker street gram- 
mar school, boards 37 North Sixth 
Henderson Abel, laborer, boards 615 Acushnet avenue 
Henderson Elizabeth E. G., wid. of Wm., h. 148 Middle 
Henderson Susanna Mrs., house 226 Middle 
Hendrickson Charles E., clerk (Fall River), h. 82 Elm 
Henly Robert, weaver, house Cedar Grove street, 5th on 

right from Acushnet avenue 
Henne'^ssy Timothy, laborer, house 80 North Second 
Hennig William, hair-dresser, 89 Union, house 5 Elm 
Henries James E., laborer, house 11 First 
Henriqnes John R., master mariner, h. 13 South Sixth 
Heni-y Charles F., laborer, house James, near Court 
Henry Elizabeth H., widow of Jas. L., house 92 State 
Plenry James L., brakeman O. C. R. R., boards 92 State 
Henry Sarah E. Mrs., house 230 Middle 
Henson Catherine, widow, house SulHvan, near Middle 
Henson C. Mrs., dressmaker, 171 Kempton, house do, 
Henson Isaac, laborer, house West Wall, rear Court 
Henson James B,, clothes cleaner, h. Sullivau, n. Middle 
Henson Mary Miss, dressmaker, Sullivan, house do. 
Henson Thomas, clergyman, h. Sullivan, near Middle 
Henson William H., hair-dresser, boards Catherine Hen- 
son's, Sullivan 
Herbei-t Edw., liquors, 342 Acushnet av., h. at Fall River 
Herbert John, manager N. B. Tool Co. 
Herman J. Edwards^ iiouse Brook Lawn, Acushnet av. . 
Hernon John, laborer, h. 96 So. Second, corner Cannon 
Hernon Peter, laborer, house 96 South Second, c. Cannon 
Heron Jane, widow of Wm. IL, house 81 County 
Hersey Wm. A., boards 269 Purchase 
Hersey Wm. S., car inspector O. C.R.R.,h. 269 Purchase 
Hervey Ebenezer, house 210 County 
HERVEY E. WILLIAMS, cashier Mechanics Na- 
tional Bank, house 142 County 
Hervey James W., assistant cashier Mechanics National 

Bank, house 210 County 
Hervey John C, farmei', house 342 Cedar 
Hervey Jonathan, fireman O. C. R. R., h. 661 Purchase 



188 NEW BEDFORD [Jl] DIRECTORY. 

Rested Wni., sailmaker Thos. M. Hart, h. 92 Washington 
Hewins Luther G., house 111 Meniniac 
Hevviiis Luther G., jr., ticket master O. C. R. R., house 
505 Purchase [b. Ill Merrimac 

Hewins Sarah H., teacher Merrimac street primary school, 
Hews M. T. Mrs., boarding-house, 44 School 
Hibbert Edward, mule-spinner, house 627 Purchase 
Hibbeit .Josliua E., clerk, 587 Purchase, boards 627 do. 
Hibbert Ladias, painter, boards Smith's block. State, near 

Linden 
Hibbert Michael, weaver, boards 6 Austin court 
Hickey John, laborer, house east of Delano 
Hickey I^izzie M., milliner, boards John Hickey's, east of 

Delano 
Hickey Michael A., steward, house east of Delano 
Hickie Rose, widow, house 156 North Second 
Hicks Alexander, ship-carpenter, house 73 Sycamore 
Hicks Anna K., widow of Edward, nurse, house 63 Me- 
chanics lane 
Hicks Caroline, widow of John, house 68 Walnut 
Hicks Edward E., master maiiner, house 78 Hillman 
Hicks George, jr., stevedore, house Rural, near Allen 
Hicks James H., laborer, house 7 Seneca 
Hicks John J., commission merchant, house 68 Walnut 
Hicks Joseph P., shoe-cutter Hathaway, Soule & Har- 
rington, house 5 Fifth 
Hicks Samuel, house 628 Acushnet avenue 
Hicks Wm., coachman Jos. Grinnell, house 75 Ash 
Hicks William H., laborer, house 180 Pleasant 
Hicks Wm. H., jr., teamster, house 50 South Second 
Pligginbotham Joseph, weaver Wamsutta mills, and sa- 
loon, 678 Acushnet avenue, house 676 do. 
Higginbottom Mercy A., widow of Wm., house 1 Hickory 
Higgins Alvah M., physician and pastor Christian Union 

Society, 100 High, house do. 
Higgins Jas. H., card-stripper, h. foot of Rivet, c. S. Front 
Higgins Joseph E., machinist, house '16 County 
Higgins Thomas, laborer, h. West Willis, n. Chauncey 
Higgins William T., police, house 159 State 
Higham Hiram, gardener, h. Parker, west of Chauncey 
Higham Hiram, jr., section-hand, boards Hiram Higham's, 

Parker 
Higham James, mule-spinner, house 175 State 
Higham San)uel, painter, house Parker, near Chancery 
Higham William, clerk, 403 Purchase, boards Hiram Hig- 
ham's, Parker 
Highland Mary, widow of John, house 38 Ash 
Hill Edward T., boards 95 Washington 
Hill Frank, laborer, house 68 Kempton 



NEW BEDFORD [H] DIRECTORY. 139 

Hill George, learlei- New Bedford Band, room 6 Liber- 
ty Hall building, house 310 Acushnet avenue 
Hill George M., laborer, house 13 Cannon 
Hill Isabella C. Miss, dressmaker, house 77 Allen 
Hill Mary I\Irs.,' weaver, boards'97 Merrimac 
Plill Phebe Miss, liouse 21 South Water 
Hill Phebe A., widow of Jeremiah, house 95 Washington 
Hill Ralph, weaver, house 6 Hazard 
Hill Thompson, blacksmith, house 163 William 
Hill William, coachman J. H. J. Doane, house Clark's 

Point road 
Hill William T., frame engraver, boards 95 Washington 
Hillman Alexander, house 366 Purchase 
Hillman Alexander H., letter carrier, P. O., boards 366 

Purchase 
Hillman Benjamin, police officer, house 51 Maxfield 
Hillman Charles B. (Sailings, Kingman & Co.); hardware 
and cutlery, 128 Union and 345 Acashnet avenue, 
house 118 JFourlh 
Hillman George W., house 4 Locust 
Hillman Jethro, carpenter, 119 North Water, bouse 

Acushnet avenue 
Hillman Robert T., brakeman O. C. R. R.,h. 154 Pleasant 
Hillman Tabitha, widow of Henry, house 154 Pleasant 
Hillman Thomas R., bookkeeper New Bedford Institu- 
tion for Savings, house 508 Purchase 
Himes Charles H., house painter, house 23 Oak 
Himes Daniel B., laborer, house 89 Washington 
Himes John S., fisherman, boards John Blanding's, City 

Farm, French avenue, Clark's Point 
Hinckley Amelia S., widow of George, house 79 County 
Hinckley Benjamin F., pressman Standard office, boards 

79 County 
Hinckley Braddock, house 105 High 
Hinckley Lucy B. Mrs., dressmaker, house 35 School 
Hinckley Mary R. Miss, teacher Middle street grammar 

school, house 105 High 
Hinckley Nelson, niolder, boards 114 Fourth 
Hinckley N. S. Mrs,, agent llolman Liver Pad, 18 Robe- 
son building, house at Fairhaven 
Hinckley Seth, police, house 75 Forest 
Hindle Joseph, frame polisher, h. 563 AcusTinet avenue 
Hindle William, polisher Benj. W. Peirce, house 119 

Pleasant 
Hines Cliarles, laborer, liouse 125 Smith 
Hines Henry S., janitor Merrimac street and Linden 
street pi'imary schools, h. Washburn, c. Acushnet av. 
Hines James, laborer, house Washburn, 2d on left from 
Acushnet avenue 



140 NEW BEDFORD []{] DIRECTORY. 

Hinton Delia, widow, house Washburn, 9th on the right 

from Acuslinet avenue 
Hiscox Clara C, widow of John, house 28 Oak 
Hitch Edward E., saihnalier, 5 Merrill's wharf, house 69 
Pleasant • [Moi-gan 

Hitch Fiank B., clerk Hatch & Co.'s Express, boards "l7 
Hitch Hardy, jr., upholsterer, 66 Purchase, house at Fair- 
haven 
Hitch James C, clerk Custom house, 195 Summer 
Hitch Joshua C, sailmaker, Taber's wharf, corner North 

Fi'ont, house 17 Morgan 
Hitch Otis L. (Almy & Uhch), awning manufacturer, 66 

Purchase, house 64 State 
Hoag Abbie M. Miss, house 57 Fourth 
Hobart Joseph, weaver, house 8 Hampton court 
Hodgdon William C, second hand, house 4 Locust 
Hoefert Charles John, blacksmith Geo. L. Brownell, house 

31 Sherman 
Hoffuian William, baker (Boston), house 6 Spring 
Hogan Mary, widow of William, house 253 South Fitst 
Hogan Maiy A., widow of Jeremiah, house 49 Ash 
Hogan Thomas, carder, boards 253 South First 
Holbrook Charles M., currier, boards 102 Ash 
Holbrook Mary A., widow of Lewis, house 102 Ash 
Holcomb Henry (Henry Holcomb & Son), groceries and 

provisions, 71 So. Second, cor. Bush, house 69 do. 
Holcomb Henry & Son (Henry and Henry A. Holcomb), 

groceries and provisions, 71 So. Second, cor. Bush 
Holcomb Henry A. (Henry Holcomb & Son), grocer, 71 
,., So. Second, corner Bush, house 254 Acushnet av. 

I Holcond) Monroe, groceries and provisions, 201 South 

' Water, corner Grinnell, house do. 

Holcomb Roland, provisions, 32 School, corner South 

Second, house 39 School 
HOLBEN CHAHLES H., provision dealer, Fair- 
haven bridge, house do. 
Holiday Mary Ann Mi'S., weaver, house 17 Fulton court 
Holden Oliver B., boards 380 Purchase 
Holland Jeremiah, marble worker, h. 122 South Front 
Holland Michael F., clerk 163 South Water, house 122 

South Front 
Hollander Tiiomas, tailor, 113 Union, house 44 High 
HoUaway J. Thomas, laborer, house 49 Smith 
Hollaway Thomas E., clerk, 153 Purchase, h. 119 Smith 

tHolman Thomas C, carpenter, house 49 Maxfield 
Holmes Albert W., clerk Atlantic wdiarf, bds. 64 Russell 
, Holmes At wood, cooper, 14 First, house 32 North Sixth 
Holmes B. Miss, house 9 Bush 
Holmes Charles H., fireman O. C. R. R., h. 220 Pleasant 



NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORV. 141 

Holmes Clai-enee, street musician, boards 140 So. Water 

Holmes David W., mason, house 23 Sycanioie 

Holmes Ellen, widow, house Cove, corner South Water 

Holmes Eunice B., widow of Wm., h. 85 Forest 

Holmes Ezra, drtigo'ist and apothecary, 252 Purchase, 

house 243 County 
Holmes George C, painter, boards 2 Cook 
Holmes Henry W., commercial agent, house 392 Acush- 

net avenue 
Holmes John J., superintendent James D. Thompson's 

farm, rear 3 County, house do. 
Holmes John P., tish dealer, 157 So. Water, house do. 
HOLMES JOSIAH, jr., coal dealer, Atlantic 

wharf, house 64 Kussell 
Holmes Lem Le Baron, lawyer, house 117 Middle 
Holmes Ijucretia, widow, house 25 Kempton 
Holmes Patience, widow of Wm. H., h. 354 So. Water 
Holmes Thomas J., mariner, h. 140 So. Water, c. Griffin 
Holmes William T., clerk, 9 North Sixth, boards do. 
Holmes William W., traveling agent, 105 Union, house 

134 Washington 
Holly Tree Lunch Room, 51 William 

Hollywood John, laborer, 19 No. Front, b. 117 N. Water 
Holroyde Joshu;), mule-spinner, house 5 Blackmore 
Holt Eliza A., widow of Edward P., h. 17 Morgan's lane 
Holt Frank, sewing machine agent, boards 15 Bethel 
Holt Mercy A., wi<low of John R., house 57 Elm 
Holt Susan, widow, house 89 High 
Homer Annie S. Miss, princi]jal teacher Cedar street 

primary school, boards 97 Hillraan 
Homer D.miel, house 142 County 

Homer Frederick A., office, 23 Centre, house 120 County 
Hon;er George, house 28 High 

Homer George S,, manufacturer sperm whale oil, 23 Cen- 
tre, house 120 County 
Hood Wm., at Wamsutta mills, h, Durfee, near Cedar 
Hooper Frederick H., physician and surgeon, 150 County, 

house do. [Water, h. do. 

Hope Sarah, widow^ of Geo. H., variety store, 277 South 
Hopkins John, music, musical instruments, and fancy 

goods, 73 William, house 2 Lincoln 
Hopkins W. J., clerk Merchants National Bank, boards 2 

Lincoln 
Horan John, master mariner, house 104 Ai-nold 
Hord Charles, laborer, house 585 Acushnet avenue 
Hord Seth, farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Home Delilah B., widow of Elijah, house 97 Middle 
Home Mai'y A. Miss, dressmaker, house 97 Middle 
Horr Cynthia O., dressmaker, 37 Seventh, boards do. 



.142 NEW BEDFORD [U] DIRECTORY. 

Hew Hannah, widow of Elijah, house 37 Seventh 
Hoi-ton Edward, farmer, boards 53 School 
Horton George, blacksnnth, house 11 High 
Horton Mary L., widow of James K., h. rear 67 Fourth 
Hough Garry De Neville, student Harvard college (Cam- 
bridge), house 95 Elm 
Hough George T., physician, 95 Elra, house do. 
Hougliton Duminick, weaver, house 7 Austin court 
Hould Henry, clerk. Linden, corner State, house County, 

near Austin 
Howard Azel, house 142 Mill 

Howard Benjamin (Jacob Howard & Bro.), shoemaker, 

and linen goods, 289 and 293 Purchase, house 18 

Rockdale avenue [Fairhaven 

Howard Charles B., gas-fitter T. J. Gifford & Co., bds. at 

Howard Charles H., flagman O. C. R. R., Wall street 

crossing, house 158 Pleasant 
Howard George, butcher, house Belleville road 
Howard George F., laboi'er, house 22 First 
Howard Henry, supt. Gosnold mills, office, 566 Acushnet 

avenue, house 88 Walden 
Howard Jacob (Jacob Howard & Bro.), shoemaker and 

linen goods, 289 and 293 Purchase, house 291 do. 
HOWAKD JACOB & BRO. (Jacob and Benja- 
min Howard ), boot and shoemakers and linen goods, 
289 and 293 Purchase 
Howard James, laborer, house 18 Rockdale avenue 
Howard James S., house 15 Morgan 
How^ard John A., butcher, house Belleville road, Head of 

the River 
Howard -Mary K., widow of George, house 68 Mill 
Howard William G., seaman, house 34 Arnold 
HOWARD WILLIAM M., florist, 34 Arnold, cor- 
ner South Cottage, house do. 
Howarth James, loom-fixer, house 191 Pleasant 
Howarth Nathaniel, weaver, house Linden court 
Howarth William, weaver, house 3 Division 
Howe Roswell Mrs., house 133 North Second 
Howe William, bookbinder, 36 Purchase, h.l2 Cypress 
Howes Daniel H., painter, 20 So. Water, b. 524 Purchase 
Howes Deborah, widow of Lot, boards 524 Purchase 
Howes Maishall, stone-cutter, house 157 Pleasant 
Howland Abigail Miss, house 35 Smith 
Howland Abnei-, carpenter, house 75 North 
Howland Abraham H., jr., house 104 County 
Howland Abram H., broom maker, iiouse Plainville 
Howland Almira W., widow of Joseph, house 56 North 
Howland Andrew M., h. end Middle road, Clark's point 
Howland Arthur, house 72 County 



NEW BEDFORD [H] DIRECT 



Howlaiid Austin T., frame maker, 146 Union, h 

Purchase 

Howland Barker C, physician, 133 William, house do. 
Rowland Benjamin F., house 134 Acushnet avenue 
Howland Benjamin W., fruit, etc., 126 Purchase, boards 

132 Middle 
Howland Betsey Mrs., house Maxfield, near No. Second 
Howland B. Franklin, house 159 Acushnet avenue 
Howland Catherine JMiss, private school, South Eighth, 

near Union, house 190 Union, corner South Eighth 
Howland Charles A., farmer, house 3 Maxfield 
Howland Charles E., teamster, house Acushnet avenue 
Howland Charles F., house 80 Fourth 
Howland Charles H., grocer, 63 County, house 70 South 
'Howland Charles S., house 9 Gi'iffin 
Howland Charles VV., saloon, 117 Kempton, bds. 115 do. 
Howland Cyrus A. (VV. A. Robinson & Co.), oil dealers, 

50 South Water, house at Providence, R. I. 
Howland David W., carriage smith Geo. L. Brownell, 

. house 70 Fourth 
Howland Daniel W., tailor, 79 William, h. 3 W. Maxfield 
Howlanf^Ebenezer, country store, Shawmut avenue, cor- 
ner Durfee, house do. 
Howland Edgar J., hair-dresser, boards 181 Allen 
Howland Edward S., hostler City stables, boards 39 High 
Howland Edward W., 2d, salesman, 1 Ricketson block, 

boards 181 Purchase 
Howland Elijah K. (Howland & Coggeshall), cooper, rear 

147 North Water, house 106 Pleasant 
Howland Emily, widow of Isaac C, house 23 Maxfield 
Howland Esther A., widow of Thomas T.,h. 269 Purchase 
Howland Etta E. Mrs., house 63 Mechanics lane 
Howland Ezra, farmer, house 190 Union 
Howland Ezra F., sparmaker Smith & Allen, house 158 

Acushnet avenue 
Howland Frank H., bookeeper Hastings & Co., house 

152 Grinnell 
HOWLAT^^'D FBANKLYN CAPT., agricultural 

edit(jr Republican Standard, 67 Union, house at 

Fairhaven 
Howland George, jr., merchant. North, near North Sec- 
ond, house 37 South Sixth 
Howland George, farmer, house 190 Union 
Howland George A., laboi'er, boards ]81 Allen 
Howland George H., dealer in diamonds, h. 67 Pleasant 
Howland George M., clerk 2 (^/heapside, bds. 75 Middle 
Howland Hannah M., widow of James I., house Cove, 

corner South Water 
Howland Harriet C, widow of Cornelius, h. 98 County 




144 NEW BEDFORD [fj] DIRECTORY. 

Howland Harriet E., widow of William, house 57 Fifth 
Howlaiid Hattie E., widow of Abraiu M., h. 104 County 
Howh\nd Henry T., laboi'er, house 136 North Cedar 
Howland Holder, mason, house Plainville 
Howland Holder, iiouse 238 Acushnet avenue 
Howland Horace G., agent City and Fish Island Marine 

Railway, house 104 County 
Howland Hubert M., student, boards 70 South 
Howland Isaac, overseer picker room Wamsutta mills, 

house 602 Purchase 
Howland Jacob A., master mariner, house 175 County 
Howland James, picture frame maker, boai'ds 98 State 
Howland James H., house 42 South Sixth, corner Bush 
Howland Jane JVIiss, house 113 County 
Howland John J., house 175 County 
Howland John VV., ship builder and repairer. Steamboat 

sq., foot of School, house County, north of Delano 
Howland Jonathan, house 54 Russell, corner Fifth 
Howland Jonathan, jr., master mariner, house 18 Bush 
Howland Joseph B,, special police, house 181 Allen 
Howland Lucretia, widow of Edward J., h. 88 So. Sixth 
Howland Lucy, widow of Rufus, house 91 Soutji Second 
Howlancl Lycurgus H., carjienter, house 153 Mill 
Howland Lydia, widow of Nathaniel H., house 175. Union 
Howland Lydia T., widow of Paul, house 190 Union 
Howland Lysander W., cabinet maker, h. 91 So. Second 
Howland Martha F., wirlow, boards Parker House 
Howland Mary A., widow of Nicholas, house 116 Pleasant 
Howland Mary H., widow of James H., house 121 Cedar 
Howland Matthew, merchant. North, near North Second, 

house 37 Hawthorn 
Howland Matthew Morris, boards 37 Hawthorn 
Howland Mercy G., widow of Edward, dressmaker, bds. 

40 North 
Howland Nicholas E., jeweler, 131 Purchase, h. 93 Grinnell 
Howland Patience, widow of Philip, house 175 Union 
Howland Paul, mason and builder, h. State, c. Campbell 
Howland Paul, jr., engraver, bds. State, corner Campbell 
HOWLAHD PELEG- C, cashier Merchants Na- 
tional Bank, house Bush, bet. County and Orchard 
Howland Rebecca, widow of William 3d., house 243 

Acushnet avenue 
Howland Reuben, agent, 117 Kempton, house 115 do. 
Howland Reuben Ji., bookkeeper Hastings & Co., house 

17 Wing 
Howland Samuel R., master mariner, boards 146 Middle 
Howland Sai-ah H., widow of Joseph, house 17 Allen 
Howland Sylvia, widow, house 540 Purchase 
"Howland Thomas, shipsmith, house 84 Ash 



NEW BEDFORD [}{] DIRECTORY. 145 

Howland Thomas A., carpenter, house 35 Smith 
Howlancl Timothy, ship keeper, house 91 South Second 
Howland Walter S., revenue officer, house 91 Washington 
Howland Weston, office Fish Island, house at Fairhaven 
Howland W^illiam D., liouse 40 Hawthorn 
Howland William F., 158 South Water, corner Howland, 

boai'ds Acushnet avenue 
Howland W^illiam F., maclunist, boards 3 Waverley 
Howland Wm, G., ship carpenter, house 105 Sycamore 
Howland Wm. H., laborer, house North, corner Hunter, 

Cannonville 
Howland Wm. H., salesman, 60 So. Second, house do. 
Howland William W., carpenter, house 291 Acushnet 

avenue, corner School 
Howland & Coggeshall (Elijah K. Howland and Brad- 
ford H. Coggeshall), coopers, rear 147 North Water 
Hoxie Frank C, frame maker, h. County, near Kockland 
Hoxie Gideon C, house 173 Fourth 
Hoyle Jonathan, weaver, house 190 South First 
Hoyt George S., telegraph operator, Western Union Tel- 
egraph Co., 26 North Water, house 45>2 Hillman 
Hubbard Ben. Franklin, carpenter, boards 3 Tremont 
Hubbard ChaHes F., carpenter, boards 3 Tremont 
Hubbard Herbert F., frame engraver, 72 North Water, 

house 92 Pleasant 
Hubbard Joseph N., calker, house 3 Tremont 
Hubbard Thomas C, at Brownell's, boards 181 Grinnell 
Hubbard William H., stevedore, house 52 Pleasant 
Hubert Charles, loom fixer, house 285 South Second 
Huddy George G., harness maker Wm. H. Willis, house 

82 Thomas 
Huddy William, carpenter, house 75 Maxfield 
Hudson Amelia C, widow of Samuel G., house 77 State 
Hudson Eliplialet H., boats to let, house Fish Island 
Hudson Frank E., house at Fish Island 
Hudson Mary E., widow of William, house 14 Allen 
Hudson William, on N. B. & F. horse cars, h. Fish Island 
Hudson William D., hair-dresser, house 87 Smith 
Jluggins Edward E., manager Bancroft House, 121)^. 

Union, boards do. 
Hughes Mary, widow, house 40 Middle 
Hull Jane, widow of Jeremiah, house 55 Chestnut 
Humphrey Charles, roofer, boards Hillman, corner Cedar 
Humphrey Dana B., house 40 Walnut, cornei*^ Fourth 
Humphrey Daniel J., police, house 139 South Fii-st 
HUMPHREY JAMES L.., produce, 2 North Sec- 
ond, liouse 25 Sycamore 
HUMPHREY JAMES L., jr., produce, 2 North 
Second, boards 25 Sycamore 
10 



146 NEW BEDFORD [If] DIRECTORY. 

Hunt Abbie T., widow of John, house 9'Orchard 

Hunt John A., carnage smith (So. Dartmouth), house 

Shawmut avenue 
Hunt John T,, weaver, boards 3 Division 
Hunt Josiah, fancy goods, 28 Purchase, h. 70 So. Sixth 
Hunt Leander W. (Allen & Hunt), merchant tailor, 96 

Union, house 4 Foster 
flunt Samuel C, carpenter, house Shawmut avenue 
Hunt Sarah E. Mrs., house 176 Purchase 
Hunter Ellen Miss, dressmaker, 55 North Sixth, house'do. 
Hunter George H., weaver, boards Rivet, corner Second 
Hunter Janet Miss, teacher Park street grammar school, 

boards 55 Noith Sixth 
Hunter Wm. F., M'aiter Parker House, boards do. 
Hurl John, laborer, house Clark, near Purchase 
Hurley Francis, janitor Merchants club. Masonic building, 

boards Mansion House 
Hurley James, third hand Potomska mills, bds. 8 Seneca, 

rear 682 Acushnet avenue 
Hurley Jeremiah, laborer, house 791 Purchase, cor. Clark 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, house 28 Merrimac 
Hurley Patrick, stone-cutter, house 928 Acushuet avenue 
Hurley William, laborer, house 8 Seneca, rear 682 Acush- 
net avenue 
Hurll Charles W., watches, 27 Purchase, h. 9 No. Cottage 
Hursell John, pilot, house 40 South Second 
Hurst John, carpenter, house 107 Smith 
Hussey Charles M., house 23 Hawthorn 
Hussey Frederick, police officer, boards 56 State 
Hussey George Mrs., house 23 Hawthorn 
Hussey John B., oflSce Rodman's building, boards Parker 

House 
Hussey Peter, master mariner, house 190 Summer 
Hussey Thomas, bootmaker, boards 124 Middle 
Hutchins Ann M., widow of James W., boards 81 Walden 
Hutchins S. J., engineer, bds. Whitcomb House, 152 Union 
Hutchinson Elizabeth H. Miss, teacher (Bridgewater), 

boards Bonney, corner Washington 
Hutchinson Hannah M. Mrs., house 11 Ashley 
Hutchinson Harry S., clerk 142 Union, boards S. Hutch- 
inson's, Bonney 
Hutchinson John, weaver Potomska mills, house 343 

South Water 
Hutchinson Sylvander, books and stationery, 142 Union, 

house Bonney, corner Washington 
Hyde Caroline B. Miss, house 89 Smith 
Hyde Charles W., sail-maker T. M. Hart, h. at Fairhaven 
Hyde Dorothy, widow of Wallace, house 7 Rivet 
Hyde Edward E., freight conductor O. C. R. R., house 
380 Purchase 



NEW BEDFOED [J- J] DIRECTORY. 147 

Hyde Mary J. Miss, cook, house 22 First 
Hyer Albert G., mason, h. Mt. Pleasant, above Nash road 
Hylan Patrick, laborer N. B. Copper Works, h. 8 Ashley 
Hynes John, laborer, house 67 Arnold 

IDE SMITFT H., teamster, house 121 South Second 

Idle Sarah Miss, house 180 Kempton 

Ihhstedt Frederick, mariner, house Washburn, 11th on 
right from Acushnet avenue 

Industrial Co-operative Association, groceries, 582 Pur- 
chase, Otis B. Phinney, agent 

Ingalls Seth fl., architect, house 152 County 

Ingalls William, mason, house 9 Morgan 

Ingerman John, harness maker, boards 4 Atlantic 

Ingraham Andrew, teacher Friends Academy, house Clin- 
ton, ueai- Ash [73 North 

Ingraham Robert C, librarian Free Public Library, house 

Inverson Rosa Mrs., house 42 Merrimac 

Irving John, painter, house Willis, corner Chestnut 

Irish Benjamin, house 114 Pleasant 

Irish Patience, widow, house 218 Purchase 

Irish Rebecca Y., widow of Joseph, house 130 Washington 

Irwin Henry, laborer, house Washburn, 8th on left from 
Acushnet avenue [House 

Isbell Frank L., hostler W. H. Sherman, boards Sheridan 

Isherwood Alfred, section hand Warasutta mills, house 
11 Ashley 

Isherwood Ralph, works Wamsutta mills, house 4 Ashland 

Ivers Samuel, oil merchant, house 148 County 

JACINTH ANTONE, laborer, house 126 South First 
Jacinth Antone, jr., at Charles Taber's, bds. 126 So. First 
Jacinth John, laborer, house 133 South Front 
Jacinth Manuel, laborer, house 59 Grinnell 
Jacintho John, janitor St. Joseph's Flospital, Campbell, 

house do. 
Jack Alexander, carpenter, house 190 Acushnet avenue 
Jack Irene R. Mrs., millinery, 15 Bedford, corner Fourth, 

house 190 Acushnet avenue 
Jackson Caroline E., widow of William S., h. 20 Chancery 
Jackson Charles, phimber, house 321 Acushnet avenue 
Jackson Charlotte A. Miss, house 20 Chancery 
Jackson Edgar M. L., hairdresser, boards 116 Smith 
Jackson Edward, hairdresser, 180 Cedar, house do. 
Jackson Elizaljeth Mrs., house IIillm;m, Cannonville 
Jackson Enoch S., hairdresser, boards 180 Cedar 
Jackson Francis C, waiter, house Court, near James 
Jacikson George S., laborer, house 238 South Second 
JACKSON" JAMES T., clothes cleaner, 110 Wil- 
liam, house 120 Cedar 



148 NEW BEDFORD [J] DIRECTORY. 

Jackson Joseph, hairdresser, 178 Acushnet avenue, house 

230 South Water 
Jackson Manuel, fisherman, house 177 South Water 
Jackson Mary A., widow of Anthony, li. 230 So. Water . 
Jackson Mary E. Miss, tailoress, house 230 South Water 
Jackson Richard, mule-spinner, house Gammon's lane 
Jackson Sarah A., widow, house 127 Smith 
Jackson Thomas, laborer, house Gammon's lane 
Jackson Thomas W., hairdresser, 184 County, house 176 

Cedar 
Jackson William Rev. (Newark, N. J,), h. 116 Smith 
Jackson Wm. E., hairdresser, boards 180 Cedar 
Jacobs George E., auctioneer and commission merchant, 

98 William, boards 71 Elm 
Jacobs Zaciaa, weaver, house 106 Merrimac 
Jacques Clifton, clerk 347 Acushnet av., bds. 14 Bethel 
James Alfred F., at Taber & Co.'s, bds. 531 Acushnet av. 
James Alfred S., bookkeeper 65 William, b. 106 Arnold 
James Aithea Mrs., widow, house 506 Acushnet avenue 
James Arthur S., clerk N. E, Mutual Aid society, boards 

Elm, corner Second 
James Daniel M., peddler, house 205 Summer 
James Henry B., carpenter, house 20 Arch 
James Henry F., laborer, house 63 First 
James Richard W., painter, 21 Union, bds. 53 School 
James Robert W., mariner, boards 506 Acushnet avenue 
JAMES THOMAS M., insurance agent, 40 North 

Water, house 106 Arnold 
James William, cooper, house 531 Acushnet avenue 
James William F., cooper, 17 Hamilton, house 14 Rock- 
dale avenue [house do. 
Janell Carl F., boot and shoe maker, 17 and 19 William, 
Janell Henry F., stone-cutter, boards 11 William 
Jason Alonzo V., carpenter, house 205 Acushnet avenue 
Jason Antoine, seaman, house 6 Griffin 
Jason Eleanor C, wid. of Anthony, h. 205 Acushnet av. 
Jason Mary Mrs., house South First street place 
Jay Charles F., carriage washer, 50 Elm, house 17 Fifth 
Jay Charles F., hostler, house 168 North 
Jay James A., hack and livery stable, 13 South Second, 

corner Spring, house 25 South Second 
Jefiers Betsey Miss, house rear 24 Bedford 
Jenifer John H., janitor Court-house, h. Court, c. Lindsay 
JENKINS BENJAMIN S., house and sign paint- 
er, 431 Acushnet avenue, house 222 County 
Jenkins Elmir A., painter 431 Acushnet avenue, house 98 

Pleasant 
Jenkins Flenry D., engineer, boards 44 Arnold 
Jenkins Henry R., watch repairer, 45 William, boards 42 
North Sixth 



NEW BEDFORD [J] DIRECTORY. 149 

Jenkins H. R. Mrs., dress and cloak maker, 156 Union, 

house 42 North Sixth 
Jenkins John, laborer, house 23 Cedar 
Jenkins Washington Adams, salesman, 147 Union, house 

234 Aciishnet avenue 
Jenks Daniel, laborer, tionse 105 Allen 
Jenks George E., blacksmith, boards 105 Allen 
Jenks Joseph, house 105 Allen 

Jenks Wm. M,, clerk 27 Purchase, boards 105 Allen 
Jeuney Abby F. Miss, teacher Merrimac street primary 

school, boards 13 Poj)e 
Jeuney Andeline, widow of Isaiah E., house 2 No. Oak 
Jenney Benjamin F., house 115 Summer 
Jenney Betsey Mrs., boards 90 Pleasant 
Jenney Bros. (Henry P. and Nathaniel H.), grocers, 519 

and 521 Purchase, corner F'ranklin 
Jenney Caleb T., carpentei", 63 High, house do. 
Jenney Charles C, machinist, house 71 Forest 
Jenney Charles W., sole-leather cutter Hathaway, Soule 

& Harrington, boards 91 Walden 
Jenney Clarence T., clerk, house 62 South Second 
Jenney Deborah B., widow of Edward A., house 90 Mill 
Jenney Ebenezer, mason, house 13 Pope 
Jenney Edmund, cooper, house 67 Kemptoa 
Jenney Edmund G., clerk Hatch & Co.'s express, house 

69 Cypress 
Jenney Edmund R., carriage maker, house 3 Waverley 
Jenney Eunice J., widow of Eben, h. 513 Acushnet av. . 
Jenney Ezra T., carpenter, house 69 Chestnut 
Jenney Francis, shoemaker, 115 So. Front, h. 29 South 
Jenney Frederick P., machinist, house 75 North 
Jenney Georgie L. Mrs.,. house 3 Jenney 
Jenney Gideon A., carriage smith, house 92 Grinnell 
Jenney Harry C, foreman Hathaway, Soule & Harring- 
ton, house 469 Acushnet avenue 
Jenney Henry P. (Jenney Bros.), grocer, 519 and 521 

Purchase, corner Franklin, house 515 Purchase 
Jenney Herbert A., house Locust, corner Chestnut 
Jenney Irving B., carpenter, house 29 South 
Jenney Irving H., assistant foreman Morse Twist Drill 

and Machine Co., house 52 County 
Jenney Isaac, carder Wamsutta mills, bds. 524 Purchase 
Jenney Jeptha F., roller N. B. Copper works, house Ce- 
dar Grove, corner Bowditch 
Jenney John P., carpenter, house 11 Spruce 
Jenney Leonard, surveyor of lumber, house 88 So. Sixth 
Jenney Lyman L., shoemaker, house 209 Purchase 
Jenney Nathaniel, farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Jenney Nathaniel H. (Jenney Bros.), grocer, 519 and 521 
Purchase, house 515 do. 



150 NEW BEDFORD [J] DIRECTOEY. 

Jenney Orlin W., painter, house 69 Prospect 

Jenney Pardon W. laborer, house 30 South 

JENNEY PERRY P., machinist, 40 Kempton, 

house 63 High 
Jenney Rath T., widow of Franklin, house 75 North 
Jenney Weston, house Aciishnet avenue 
Jenney Wm. B., mason, house 174 Grinnell 
Jenney Wm. H., supt. burial grounds, h. 165 Purchase 
Jennings Adoniram, stone-cutter, house 58 Parker 
Jennings Alexander, card grinder, h. 56 Acushnet av. 
Jennings Andrew J., laborer, house 63 Grinnell 
Jennings Ann J. Mrs., music teacher, h. 158 Acushnet av. 
Jennings Augusta, widow of Isaac, h. 220 So. Water 
Jennings Benjamin F., carpenter, boards foot Acushnet 

avenue, south of Division 
Jennings Benjamin R., cooper, house 140 Acushnet av. 
Jennings Charles, spar maker, house Court, near Dart- 
mouth line 
Jennings Charles E., bookkeeper, 32 William, house 487 

Acushnet avenue 
Jennings Charles E., machinist, boards 735 Purchase 
Jennings Clark II., carpenter, h. Court, n. Dartmouth line 
Jennings Curtis N., laborer, house 191 South Water 
Jennings Daniel C, laborer, house 158 Acushnet av. 
Jennings Edmund E., master mariner, house 125 Maxfield 
Jennings Edward F., police, house 214 Cedar 
Jennings Edward R., laborer, boards Lazarus Jennings'^ 

rear Acushnet avenr.e 
Jennings Elizabeth, widow, house 63 Grinnell 
Jennings Francis B., widow of Wm. W., h. 108 Pleasant 
Jennings Frank E., clerk city laundry, 532 Acushnet av- 
enue, house rear Willis, near County 
Jennings Frederick W., polisher, 72 North Water, boards 
L;izar\is Jennings', rear Acushnet avenue, south of 
Division 
Jenninos George L., foreman Geo. Delano & Co., house 
76'"Grinneli [108 Grinnell 

Jennings George W., foreman George Delano & Co., house 
Jennings Gideon, farmer, house Lewis 
Jennings Gilbert M., farmer, house Kempton, n. Watson 
Jennings Hannah, widow of Samuel, house Mount Pleas- 
ant, above Nash road 
Jennings Joseph I., engraver, 20 Purchase, h. 19 Allen 
Jennings J. Henry, physician and surgeon, 85 William, 

house 185 County 
Jennings Lazarus, blacksmith, house rear Acushnet av- 
enue, south of Division 
Jennings Lewis 8., gardener, house 59 Washington 
Jennings Roland, inariner, house 220 South Water 



NEW BEDFORD [J] DIRECTORY. 151 

Jennings Stephen W., candler, house 94 Grinnell 
Jennings William A., ship-carpenter, house 4 Jenney 
Jennings William C, laborer, house 10 Liberty 
Jennings Wm. Howland, bookkeeper Eureka Flour mill, 

bo^irds 108 Grinnell 
Jennings William H. Mrs., house 504 Acushnet avenue 
Jennings William H. H., laborer N. B. Copper Works, 

house 164}^ Pleasant 
Jerald Charles H., blacksmith, house 6 Market square 
Jewett Mary, widow, house 166 Kempton 
Jewett Nelson E,, machinist M, T. D. Co., h. 33 County 
Joaqnim Mariano, clerk 194 South Water, and saloon 87 

South Water, house 87 do. 
Johanson Charles, servant, 1 North Orchard 
John George, prop. China Tea Co., 132 Purchase, h. do. 
Johnson Benjamin E., fireman S, F. E., Acushnet, house 

65 Spruce 
Johnson Catharine Mrs., house rear 126 Kempton 
Johnson Charles, manner, house 7 Oak 
Johnson Charles J. (Johnson & Kirby), sparmaker. Front, 

south of Ferry slip, house 
Johnson C. A., chiropodist, 2 Cheapside, house do. 
Johnson Edward, second-hand clothing, 25 South Water, 

house 172 Kempton 
Johnson Edward, jr., laborer, boards 172 Kempton 
Johnson Elizabeth, widow of Jacob, house 20 Park 
Johnson Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, house 88 Smith 
Johnson George H., dye house, 75 William, h. at Lynn 
Johnson Henry, physician, house and office 14 So. Sixth 
Johnson Henry, chimney sweeper, house West Maxfield, 

Cannonville 
Johnson Henry J. Rev., house 110 Cedar 
Johnson Jacob S., fruit and confectionery, 97 North 

Water, house do. 
Johnson James, laborer, house 226 Acushnet avenue 
Johnson James, laborer, house 65 First 
Johnson James Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 224 Pur- 
chase, house 226 do. 
Johnson Jane, widow of Simeon, house 83 Cedar 
Johnson John, tailor. 111 Union, house 23 So. Second 
Johnson Joseph, baker, Washburn, opp. No. Front, h. do. 
Johnson Joseph S., sailmaker, house 78 Forest 
Johnson Martin, laborer, house 107 Sycamore 
Johnson Nathan, house 21 Seventh 
Johnson Nathan T., sailmaker, house 78 Forest 
Johnson Nathaniel, sailmaker, house 66 Mill 
Johnson Philip, master mariner, house 51 County 
Johnson Rosa, widow of Joseph, house 167 Middle 
Johnson Samuel, shoemaker tjnion Boot and Shoe Co., 

house 103 North Second 



152 NEW BEDFORD [J] DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Silas, laborer, bouse 157 Elm 

Johnson William E., clerk, house 545 Acusbnet avenue 

Johnson William E., laborer, house 72 Ash 

Johnson William H., laborer, house 122 Smith 

Johnson William H., lawyer, 14 Robeson building, house 

68 Kempton 
Johnson & Kirby (Charles J. Johnson and Tillinghast 

Kirby), sparmakers, E'ront, south of Ferry slip 
Johnston Mary, widow of Michael, house 221 Middle 
Jones Adeline, widow of Caleb S., h. 169 Acushnet av, 
Jones Alexander C, fruit and confectionary, 228 Middle, 

house Rockdale avenue 
Jones Arthur, operative, house 1017 Acushnet avenue 
Jones Edward C, merchant, house 110 County 
Jones Edwin, spinner, h. Durfee, near Shawmut avenue 
Jones Elizabeth Mrs., house 171 Mill 
Jones Frank, bread and fruit, 16,4% Kempton, house do. 
Jones Frederick W., peddler, house 99 North Second 
Jones Henry F., hostler, 116 Grinnell, boards 2 Swamp 
Jones Isaac M., police, house Smith, corner County 
Jones John E., sailmaker, h. Mill, n. Kempton, Cannon ville 
Jones John H., laborer, house 228 Middle 
Jones Joseph W., laborer, boards 228 Middle 
Jones Lucy A., widow of Jeremiah, house 89 Smith 
Jones Maria Mrs., house 6 Crapo 
Jones Mary E. Mrs., house 229 Middle 
Jones Mrs., widow, house Maxfield, near R. R. 
Jones Samuel, works Warasutta mills, house 10 Ashley 
Jones Thomas E., iron roller, house 519 Acushnet avenue 
Jones Thomas H., lecturer, house 53 Cedar 
Jones William B., house 323^ Union 
Jones William B., painter O. E. Gilford, South Water 
Jones William F., peddler, house rear 207 Middle 
Jordan Cornelius, grease collector, h. 577 Acushnet av. 
Jordan Daniel, in rolling mill, boards 555 Acushnet av. 
Jordan Lawrence F., at Gosnold mills, boards 577 Acush- 
net avenue 
Jordan Michael, mason, boards 6 Pearl 
Jordan Patrick, grocer, 660 Acushnet avenue, h. 658 do. 
Jordan Stephen D., watchmaker, 4>2 So. Water, house 

149 Elm. 
Jordan William, furniture, 362 Purchase, house 555 

Acushnet avenue 
Jose Manuel, laborer, house 79 Prospect 
Joseph Antone, laborer, house 28 Wing 
Joseph Autone, laborer, house 118 South Water 
Joseph Antone, shoemaker, 140 South Water, house do. 
Joseph Betsey, widow of Manuel, house 329 South Water, 

corner Division 



NEW BEDFORD [K] DIRECTORY. 153 

Joseph Francis, mariner, h. 61 Grinnell, cor. So. Front 

Joseph Frank, hihorer, house 177 South Second 

Joseph Frederick, shipkeeper, house So. First, next Rivet 

Joseph Jacinth, hiborer. house 233 South Water 

Joseph John, laborer N. B. & N. Y. S. S. Co., house 172 

Soutli Second 
Joseph Jolm, laborer, house 105 South Front 
Joseph John, laborer, house 33 Smith 
Joseph John, laborer, house 106 South Front 
Jose]»h John, shoemaker, house 28 Wing 
Joseph Laureno, seaman, house 286 South Second 
Joseph Lucy, clothing, 145 South Water, house do. 
Jose] ill Manuel, at M. T. D. Co., house 86 Grinnell 
Joseph Mary, house 165 South Water 
Joseph Mary, widow, house 212 South Water 
Joseph Sarafin, clerk, 87 South Water, house do. 
Joslyn Christina Miss, boards 34 High 
Joubert Joseph, laborer, house 19 Austin court 
Joubert J()se|)h, jr., laborer, house 19 Austin court 
Jourdain Anthony G., hairdresser, 63 Union, h, 2 Fourth 
Jourdnin Anthony G. Mrs., house 89 South Sixth 
Jourdain Joseph, operative, house 5 Hazard court 
Jouvett Betsey, widow of Thomas, house 111 So. Second 
Jouvett Thomas, clerk, 216 Acushnet av., h. 83 County 
Joy James, machinist, house 2 Robeson 
Judd Lewis S. (Thayer &Judd), paraffine candles, Rotch's 

wharf, house at Fairhaven 
Judge Janies, laborer, house 69 Smith 
Judson John H., house 25 Griffin 
Julien Matthew C. Rev., pastor Fourth street Cong. 

church, boards 15 Court 

KALE HERMAN, operative, house 10 Hazard court 
Kane Catherine, widow, house 15 Hampton court 
Kane Charles H., clerk, 59 Arnold, boards 45 Arch 
Kane Dennis J., bookbinder Q. F. Collins & Co., boards 

127 Grinnell 
Kane George B., laborer, house 92 Grinnell 
Kane Felix, servant, 192 Union, house 67 Mechanics lane 
Kane Janies E., bookfinisher Q. F. Collins & Co., house 
68 South Second [217 Pleasant 

Kane James W., trimmer N. B. Copper Works, house 
Kane Mary A. Miss, teacher Fifth street grammar school, 

boards 127 Grinnell 
Kane Michael, in Copper Works, and saloon, 638 Pur- 
chase, house do. 
Kane Patrick, gardener, house 127 Grinnell 
Kane Thos. E., private watchman Thayer & Judd, house 
Lindsay, near Kempton 



154 NEW BEDFORD [K] DIRECTORY. 

Karchfr Frederick, pumpraaker, house 22 Dartmouth 
Karcher Frederick, jr., baker, 173 Union, b. 22 Dartmouth 
Karcher Herman, house-painter Ohver E. Gifford, boards 

22 Dartmouth [h. 81 County 

Kasmire Charles P., carriage trimmer Geo. L. Brownell, 
Katon Michael, glassmaker, house 103 South Front 
Kavenagh Edward, iron-molder, house 37 County 
Kavenagh Edward, jr. (Rhodes & Kavenagh), grocer, 622 

Purchase, boards 37 County 
Kavenagh Thomas F., night clerk W. U. Telegraph, bds. 

37 County 
Kay James, loom-fixer, house Penniman, corner State 
Keach William, spinner, boards 485 Purchase 
Kealy Ann, widow of John, house 83 North Second 
Keane Patrick, glass-cutter, and saloon, 158 So. Water, 

house 41 Wing, corner South Sixth 
Keaney John, laborer, house Delano, cor. South Front 
Keannely Bartholomew, laborer, house 37 South Water 
Keannely James H., laborer, boards 37 South Water 
Keannely Timothy J., laborer, house Coffin, corner First 
Keating John C, laborer, house 246 South Water 
Keay Caroline, widow of John, house 20 Emerson 
Keefe James, laborer, house Campbell, corner Emerson 
Keen Allen, shoemaker, 211 Middle, house 17 Mill 
Keen Charles F., ink maker, 17 Centre, boards 66 Mill 
Keen Ebenezer S., foreman composing room Standard 

ofiice, house 221 County 
Keen Horace M., boards 119 Maxfield 
Keen Joseph H., mason, house 13 Spruce 
Keen Joseph W., mason, house 119 Maxfield 
Keen Juliette M., widow of Charles W., house 66 Mill 
Keen J. Fi'ank, carpenter, house 63 Parker 
Keen Leonard, jr., carpenter, house 218 Purchase 
Keen Mary Jane, widow of Ebenezer, house 224 County 
Keen Obadiah Mrs., house 119 Maxfield 
Keen Washington, nurseryman and florist, house head of 

Maxfield 
Keenan Thomas, works Wamsutta mills, h. 4 Hazard ct. 
Keenan William, laborer N. B. Copper Works, house 216 

Pleasant 
Keith Charles F., freight clerk O. C. R. R., h. 8 Maxfield 
Keith George F., cutter, house 36 Elm 
Kelleher Daniel, machinist, 19 N. Front, b. 300 Purchase 
Keller Daniel, clerk, 19 North Front, boards 300 Pu'-- 

chase, corner Maxfield 
Keller Frederick J., engineer, boards 68 Mill 
Kelley Ann H., widow of Henry C, h. 232 Acushnet av. 
Kelley Asa H., cooper, house 44 State 
Kelley Caleb R., muster mariner, house 847 Purchase 



NEW BEDFORD [}{] DIRECTORY. 155 

Kelley Caleb R., jr., mariner, boards 347 Purchase 
Kelley Catharine Mrs., house rear 166 Pleasant 
Kelley Charles, picture dealer, house 116 Middle 
Kelley Charles H., shoemaker, house 24 South Emerson 
Kelley Charles S. (S. P. Burt & Co.), banker & broker, 

43 North Water, house 232 Acushnet avenue 
Kelley D., house 467 Acushnet avenue 
Kelley Eleazer, sea captain, house 6 Harrison 
Kelley Elihu C, master mariner, house 112 Grinnell 
Kelley Ezra, watch oil manufacturer, Mt. Pleasant, cor- 
ner Mt. Vernon, house do. 
Kelley Frank S., clerk, house 82 Fourth 
Kelley George S., watchmaker and jeweler, 240 Acushnet 

avenue, house 242 do. 
Kelley Hattle, sliip-carpenter, boards 490 Acushnnt av. 
Kelley Henry W., cooper. Fish island, house Rockland, 

corner li'ourth 
Kelley Herbert, lather, boards 52 Mill 
Kelley Hiram C, coaster, house 11 Rockland 
Kelley James S., watchmaker, 39 William, h. 11 Lincoln 
Kelley John, cooper, house 173 South Second 
Kelley John, currier, boards 9 Chancery 
Kelley Lewis C, clerk, 39 William, boards 11 Lincoln 
Kelley Louisa T., widow of Amasa, h. 228 Acushnet av. 
Kelley L. Aubert, pressman Standard office, house 100 

North Second 
Kelley Mary Miss, nni-se, house Fourth, corner Rockland 
Kelley Mary J., widow of David A., h. 144 Acushnet av. 
Kelley Peter, laborer, house 41 North Sixth 
Kelley Rebecca, widow, house 6 Maxfield 
Kelley Hhoda, widow of Cyrenius, h. 219 Acushnet av. 
Kelley Sai»ah H. Miss, teacher Dartmouth street school, 

boards 17 Seventh 
Kelley Sarah W., widow, house 64 School 
Kelley Wilbur, master mariner, house 13 County 
Kelley Wm. B., clerk, 39 William, boards 11 Lincoln 
Kelley William H., capt. tow boat " Charlie," house 81 

North Second 
Kelley Win. L., jeweler, 106 Union, house 36 Fourth 
Kelly Henry C, teamster, house 171 Acushnet avenue 
Kelly Richard, at Mt. Washington Glass Co.,, house 1 

Howland [Middle 

Kelly Thomas, foreman in tannery, house Chancery, n.W. 
Kenipton Alfred, merchant, house 193 County 
Kempton Caleb, house 77 Walnut 
Kempton David B., merchant. North, corner No. Water, 

house 81 North 
KEMPTON EBENEZER J., house and ship 

paintei-, foot of Middle, house 107 Chestnut 



156 NEW BEDFORD [£] DIRECTORY. 

Kempton Esther S., widow of Ephraim 2cl, h,67 Hillman 
Kem])ton Frank H., frame maker, boards 18 Bonney 
Kempton Frederick E. B., painter, boards 67 Hillman 
Kempton George, sec. N. E. Mutual Aid Society, Liberty 

Hall, house 77 Walnut 
Kempton Horatio A., house 194 County 
Kempton Joseph, house 151 Middle 
Kempton Manasseh, house 51 North Second 
Kempton Mercy C, widow of Elisha, house 144 Union 
Kempton Susan G., widow of Joseph, house 53 Walnut 
Kempton Thomas C., house 144>^ Union 
Kenclrick Allen T., frame maker, house 79 Arnold 
Kendrick Clarence, carriage smith at G. L. Brownell's, 

house Ashland, near Linden 
Kendrick Solomon P., teamster, house 69 Cypress 
Kenerson Samuel, switchman O. C. R. R., house 871 

Acushnet avenue, at R. R. crossing 
Kennedy Charles D., cooper, bds. 139 Acushnet avenue 
Kennedy James, laborer, 7 Austin court 
Kennedy James, rollei Gosnold mills, boards 674 Acush- 
net avenue 
Kennedy John, mule-spinner and boarding-house, 5 Austin 
Kennedy John, clerk, 82 Union, boards do. 
Kennedy Mathew, restaurant, 82 Union, h. 42 No. Sixth 
Kennedy 'Michael F., cooper, foot of South, house 139 

Acushnet avenue 
Kennedy Patrick J, cooper, house 6 Borden 
Kennedy Thomas, coachman, house 44 Ash 
Kenney Achsah, widow of Phineas H., house 70 Pleasant 
Kenney Daniel, tailor, 83| Union, h. 398 Acushnet av. 
Kenney Edward, jr., at VVamsutta mills, boards E. Ken- 

ney's, Shawmut avenue 
Kenney Edward, laborer, house Shawmut av., near Potter 
Kenney Edward, mason, house 682 Purchase 
Kenney Jacob F., carpenter, house rear 154 Pleasant 
Kenney John, at Wamsutta mills, boards Edward Ken- 

ney's, Shawmut avenue 
Kenney John, mariner, house South First street place 
Kenny H., baker H. H. Fisher, 210 Purchase 
Kent Asa, mariner, boards 155 Purchase 
Kent Chancellor, farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant, near Nash road 
Kent James D.T., upholsterer,40Keuipton,h. 155 Purchase 
Kenyon Benjamin L., overseer of carding Wamsutta 

mills, house 910 Acushnet avenue 
Kenyon Henry W., special police, h. 910 Acushnet av. 
Kern Albert, glass cutter, boards 22 Bedfoi'd 
,Kei"n A. H., glass cutter, bds. Henry A. Kern's, School 
Kern Charles (Kern & Wright), painter, h. 22 Bedford 
Kern Henry A., glass maker, house School, cor. Second 



NEW BEDFORD [X] DIRECTORY. 157 

Keni William E., glass maker Mt. Washington Glass Co., 

house Fourth, corner Grinnell 
Kern & Wright (Charles Kern and George F. Wright), 

liouse and sign painters, 44 South Water 
Kerr David C, gardener, 219 Union, boards do. 
Kershaw Joseph A., weaver, boards 205 Pleasant 
Kershaw Nancy Mrs., house 205 Pleasant 
Keyes John, jobber, boards 110 Cedar 
Kiel Joseph, weaver, house 19 Fulton court 
Kiepka Richard, mariner, house Washburn, 11th on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Kiernan John, laborer, house 44 Ash 
Kiernan iMichael, tanner, boards 44 Ash 
Kilburn Charles A., boards 115 South Third 
Kilburn Edward, agent VVamsutta mills, h. 38 So. Sixth 
Kilburn Frank J., machinist, boards 283 South Second 
Kilburn Frederick S., machinist, boards 283 So. Second 
Kilburn George W., machinist, house 50 Acushnet av. 
Kilburn Hiram, agent Potomska mills, opposite 269 

South Water, house 115 Acushnet avenue 
Kilburn William J., house 280 County 
Kilcowan Luke, mason, boards 6 Pearl 
Kiley Patrick, sizer Wamsutta mills, h. 7 Austin court 
Killigrew Daniel, shoemaker, house 482 /Vcushnet avenue 
Killigrew John, laborer, boards 482 Acushnet avenue 
Kilpatrick Robert, gardener, 120 County, h. 58 Grinnell 
Kimball Horatio N. Mrs., house 98 Elm 
Kimball William, calker, house 185 Elm . 
Kincade Thomas, engineer, house 10 Sears court 
King Alexander B., fisherman, house 88 North Second 
King Alfred C , machinist, house 84 Mill 
King Ambrose, mill operative, house 173 South Second 
King Andrew, weaver, house Penniraan, near State 
King Andrew C, laboi-er, house 9 Cypress 
King Annie, widow, house 1 Rowland 
King Annie L., widow of Matthew C, house rear 849 

Acushnet avenue 
King Antone, fisherman, house 117 South Front 
King Antone, laborer, house 126 South Front 
King Benjamin F., farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant, opp, Nash rd. 
King Benjamin F., jr., supt. Peirce & Bushnell, 74 North 

Water, house 70 North 
King Benjamin F., jr., driver S. F. E. Zacariah Hillman, 

No. 5, house 108 Maxfield 
King Benjamin T., farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant, opp. Nash rd. 
King Betsey T., widow, house 108 Maxfield 
King Brayton W., laborer, h. Chauncey, north of Arnold 
King Charles E., farmer, house 185 Summer 
King Cyrus H., laborer, house rear 8 Campbell 



158 NEW BEDFORD [£] DIRECTORY. 

Kino- Edward A., master manner, house Mt. Pleasant, 

"corner Nash road . [230 County 

Kino- George W., blacksmith Geo. L. Brownell, boards 
Kino- Gilman A., hairdresser, 144 Purchase, h. 4S Cedar 
King Henry, hairdi-esser, 32 South, house 5 Griffin 
Kina- Henry L., passepartout maker Pierce & Bushnell, 

liouse 26 Elm [County 

King Henry W., upholsterer Caleb Maxfield, boards 230 
King Horace E., carriage maker George L. Brownell, 

'house 56 First 
Kino- Isaiah, laborer, house 61 Cedar 
Kino- John L., salesman (N. Y.), h. r, 849 Acushnet av. 
King Jonathan, blacksmith, 150 So. Water, house at 

"Dartmouth 
Kino- Joseph, rope maker, house 107 South Water 
King Joseph, fisherman, boards 95 South Front 
King Joseph, carpenter, house 141 South Water 
Kino- Joseph, clerk, 111 South Water, house do. 
King Joseph, hairdresser, 39 Union, house Rowland, cor- 
ner Acushnet av^enue 
Kino- Joseph, waiter, 51 Union, boards 14 Cannon 
King Joseph, laborer, house 5 Griffin 
King liindsay, laborer Mt. Washington Glass Co., house 

°207 South Water 
Kino- Manuel, laborer, house 154 Acushnet avenue 
Kino- Mary A., widow of Ellery, house 8 Campbell 
King Philip H., hackman, house 6 Spring 
King Philip R., wood worker Geo. L. Brownell, boards 

"^56 First [So. First 

King Robert, foreman Mt. Washington Glass Co., b, 126 
KING REUBEN T., wheelwright, 726 Purchase, 

house 185 Summer 
King Rita, widow, house 100 South Second. 
Kino- Simeon F., farmer, h. Mt. Pleasant, near Nash road 
King Stephen S., engineer Wamsutta mills, h. 60 Cypress 
King Thomas L., at Mt. Washington Glass Co., house 207 

South Water 
KING WILHELM HOUSE, Michael Weik, pro- 
prietor, 22 School 
King- William B., gardener, house 230 County 
King William F., horse shoer, rear 85 Middle, house 

Keinpton, corner Summit, Cannonville 
King Wm. Henry, painter, house r. 849 Acushnet avenue 
Kino- William H., mariner, house 229 Middle 
King William H., teamster, house 10 Park 
King William H., jr., teamster, house 197 Elm 
King William T., railroadman, house 63 Cypress 
Kingman Geo. F. (Sullings, Kingman & Co.), hardware 

and cutlery, 123 Union, and 345 Acushnet avenue, 

house 5 South Cottage 



NEW BEDFORD [X] DIRECTORY. 159 

Kingnifin George M., clerk George Delano & Co., boards 

5 South Cottage 
Kingman Gilbert D., clerk, 123 Union, b. 5 So. Cottage 
Kingtnan James Henry, student Yale college (New Hav- 
en, Conn.), boards 5 South Cottage 
Kingrose Joseph, waiter, house 14 Cannon 
Kirby David G., police, h. So. Front, r.Grove school-house 
Kirby Deborah D., widow of Barnabas, house 29 County 
Kirby Edward A., mason, house 97 Arnold 
K.IKBY GrEORGE, jr., paint and color manufac- 
turei', Wall, near Acushnet avenue, house 77 Fourth 
Kirby George A., bookkeeper Geo. Kirby, jr.. Wall, house 

81 Arch 
Kirby Humphrey S., ship chandlery and hardware, 8 Com- 
mercial wharf, house 31 Arch 
Kirby Judith E., widow of Abner, house 121 Maxfield 
Kii'by Mary C, widow of Avery, boards 127 Middle 
Kirby Nicliolas, master mariner, house 246 County 
Kirby Tillinghast (Johnson & Kirby), spar maker, Front 

near Ferry slip, house 99 Arnold, opposite Atlantic 
Kirby William A., carpenter, 91 Middle, house 127 do. 
Kirby William P., machinist, house 29 County 
Kirk Benjamin, section-hand, house 97 Linden 
Kirk Georo-e, house Shawm ut avenue, near Mt. Vernon 
KIRK JOHN, 1st., flour, grain and meal, 374 Pur- 
chase, house 27 Franklin 
Kirk John, 2d, spinne]', house 102 Acushnet avenue 
Kirk John F., clerk, 374 Purchase, house 157 State 
Kirk Joseph, mule-spinner, bds. Geo. Kirk's, Shawmutav. 
Kirk Susan, widow of Samuel, house 487 Purchase 
Kirschbaum Edward T., boards 24 Walnut 
Kirschbaum Jacob, shoemaker, 99 Middle, boards Man- 
hattan House, 4 Hall's court 
Kirschbaum Julius, shoemaker Pardon Devoll & Son, 
house 24 Walnut [Walnut 

Kirschbaum William G., compositor Standard office, h.24 
Kirwin Edward J., tin-worker, 342 Purchase, boards 165 

Kempton 
Kirwin Edward J., mariner, house 101 South Sixth 
Kirwin James, cooper, house 101 South Sixth 
Kirwin Patrick, ropemaker, house 165 Kempt<m 
Kirwin Sarah E., teacher Acushnet avenue school, boards 
101 South Sixth [North 

Kittredge Braddock R., harness maker, 63 Williau), h. 36 
Kittredge Frank R., clerk P. O., house 36 North 
Kneeland Hannah, widow of Mark, house 86 Linden 
Kneeland Margaret, house 581 Acushnet avenue 
Kneeland Michael, currier, house 197 Elm 
Knickerbocker John E., clerk, 87 Union, boards do. 



160 NEW BEDFORD []j] DIRECTORY. 

KNIGHT GHAS. W., printer and stationer, 45 

William, boards 48 North 
Knight C/Inrk H., macliinist, house 101 Sycamore 
Knight Nathan J., laborer, house Ashland, corner Linden 
Knight Wm. H. Mrs., principal Aimwell school, house 48 
North [b. do. 

Knights Edward, bookkeeper Parker House, Purchase, 
Knights George, house 79 South Second 
Knights William, house 79 South Second 
Knott James E., weaver, house Linden court 
Knott John, weaver, house 13 Hampton court 
Knowles Aithur, clerli, 1 Ricketson's block, b. 192 County 
Knowles Daniel M., tinman. Union, corner Water, house 

172 Middle 
Knowles Edgar, mariner, boards 8 Bethel 
Knowles John P. (Thomas Knowles & Co.), merchant, 

24 Union, house 198 County 
Knowles John P., 2d, merchant, Front, corner Commer- 
cial wharf, house Bush, corner Orchard 
Knowles John P., jr. (Thos. Knowles & Co.), merchant, 

24 Union, house 144 Summer 
Knowles Joseph Mrs., house 192 County 
Knowles Joseph C, photographer, 12 Purchase, house 81 
Walden [County 

Knowles J. Frank, clerk, 3 Merrill's wharf, boards 192 
Knowles Mary K., widow of Thomas, house Eighth, cor- 
ner William 
Knowles Thomas H. (Thomas Knowles & Co.), merchant, 

24 Union, house Eighth, corner William 
Knowdes Thomas & Co. (John P., Thomas H., and John 

P. Knowles, jr.), merchants, 24 Union and 5 Front 
Knowles Wm. Henry, bookkeeper, boards 144 Summer 
Knovvlton Hosea M., counselor-at-law, 36 North Water, 

house 13 Court 
Knox Andrew, plumber, 2 South Second, h. 6 Bethel 
Knox Elijah, car])enter, house 183 Campbell 
KoUock Lemuel, house 47 South Sixth, corner Cherry 
KOLLOCK LEMUEL M., agent for Garfield & 
Proctor, foot of Walnut, h. 47 So. Sixth, cor. Cherry 
Kratzer Edward, artist Smith Bros., house 3 County 

LABELL JOSEPH, mule-spinner, h. 1 Turners court 
Labrode John, carpenter, house 16 Hampton court 
LaCrosse Peter, cai'der, house 14 Hampton court 
LaCrosse Peter, jr., carder, boards 14 Hampton court 
Ladd Warren, pres. New Bedford and Fairhaven Horse 

Railroad, office 442 Purchase, house 567 Purchase 
Laflain Joseph, laborer, house 712 Acushnet avenue 
Lagoie Evaries, carpenter, h. Smith's blk., State, n. Linden 



NEW BEDFOKD []j] DIRECTORY. 161 

Lagnsse Henry, clerk 622 Purchnse, honse 694 do. 
Lake Martha A,, widow, house 77 South Second 
Lamb Charles H., honse 146 Middle 
Lamb James H., agent, house 24 Elm 
Lamb William G., auctioneer, honse 45 Foster 
Lamerain Megile, weaver, house ^89 State 
Lames Joseph, hairdresser, house 6 Rowland 
Lamotte Louis, carder, house 17 North Front 
Lamoureux Thomas, weaver, house rear 41 Merrimac, 

east of Purchase 
Landers Ansel, ship-carpenter, house 103 Hillman 
Landers Charles S., painter, 25 Middle, house 38 Bush 
Landers Harry B., clerk O. C. R. R. office, 3 Commercial, 

boards 103 Hillman 
Landers Jos. E., artist, ^6 Robeson bldg., b. 103 Hillman 
Landers Lydia A., widow, h. Mill road. Head of the River 
Landress Ephraim A., carpenter N. B. railroad, house 42 

Parker 
Lane John, servant man, 61 Fifth, house do. 
Lane W. N., compositor, boards 11 Fifth 
Langguth Elizabeth, widow of George, house 40 County 
Langley Hiram, spinner, house 1 Austin court 
Langley John, laborer, house 42 Merrimac 
Lanigan Daniel, laborer, boards 12 Walnut 
Lanigan James, laborer, house 98 South Front 
Lanigan Ja'mes, labqrer, house 546 Acushnet avenue 
Lanigan James, laborer, house 40 Middle 
Lanigan John, laborer, boards 40 Middle 
Lapanne Levi, carder, house 11 Austin court 
.Lapham Betsey F., widow, house 9 Hazard coui't 
Lapham Calvin E., seaman, house '^Hazlewood," Middle 

road, Clark's point 
Lapham Catherine N. Miss, teacher Clark's point school, 

house "Hazlewood," Middle road, Clark's point 
Lapham Frank P., card stripper, bds. 9 Hazard court 
Lapham George H., card grinder, bds. 9 Hazard court 
Lapham George W., night watchman Wamsutta mills, 

house 2 North Oak 
Lapham Henry K., asst. supt. streets, house "Hazlewood,'* 

Middle road, Clark's point 
Lapham James R., mule-spinner, boards 9 Hazard court 
Lapham Joshua G., master mariner, house 146 Middle 
Lapham Richard (Brownell & Lapham), provisions, Sixth, 

corner Market square, house at South Dartmouth 
Lapham Thomas, proprietor Elmwood House 69 Elm 
Lapoint Dennis, house 6 Hampton court 
Lapoint Freeman, at Wamsutta mills, h. 4 Hampton ct. 
Lapoint John B., laborer, house 5 Hampton court 
LaPort Lewis, carder, b&ards 187 State 
11 



162 NEW BEDFORD []j] DIKECTORY. 

Laporte Joseph, mill operative, house 7 North Front 
Larkin Edward J., frame polisher, boards 182 Pleasant 
Larkin James, laborer gas house, house 182 Pleasant 
Larme John, carder, house 1 Turners court 
Larochelle Joseph, mule-spinner, rooms 13 Austin court 
LaRock Joseph, carder, iiouse 1 North Front 
Laspe Adam, shoemaker, house 144 North Second 
Latter James, ropemaker, boards 7 Liberty 
Laughlin James, laborer, house Lindsay, near Court 
Layers David ]j., laborer Atlantic whf., bds. 5 Jcnney 
Lavers Joseph W., master mariner, bouse 74 Mill 
Lavers Mary E. Mrs., house 5 Jenney 
Law Peter Geo., police, house 529 Purchase 
Lawless Robert, spinner, house Ryck 
Lawrence Albert M , mason, house Acushnet avenue 
Lawrence Alden, farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Lawrence Charles E., sign and ornamental painter. Sec- 
ond, opp, P. O., boards 96 Fourth 
Lawrence Cyrus T., grocer, Plainville, corner Shawraut 

avenue, house do. 
Lawrence David E., clerk C, H. Holden, boards do. 
Lawrence Edward P., peddler, house 176 County 
Lawrence Ephraim, 2d, painter, 85 Middle, h. 100 Fourth 
Lawrence George W., mason, house Acushnet avenue 
Lawrence Henry, painter, boards 60 Merrimac 
'Lawrence Henry C., farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Lawrence James, at Mount Washingtoii Glass Co., boards 

46 South 
Lawrence James A., carpenter, h. 4 Braleyville road 
Lawrence James W. (Briggs & Lawrence), h. 230 County 
Lawrence Joseph H., laborer, h. Mill, Head of the River 
Lawrence Manuel, job wagon, house 162 South Water 
Lawrence Mary, widow of Paul, house 5 Willis 
Lawrence Philip, laborer, h. 198 So. Water, cor. Grinnell 
Lawrence Philip, jr., carriage painter, rear 150 So, Water, 

house 198 South Water 
Lawrence Teresa Mrs., variety store, 624 Acushnet av- 
enue, house do. 
Lawrence Thomas W., grocer, 252 Cedar, h. 258 do. 
Laws George, house West Maxfield, Cannonville 
Laws Wm. J. Rev., pastor Bethel Methodist church, 
■ ■ house 155 Middle 

Lawson Robert, watchman, house 23 Sherman 
Lawson Robert C, wheelwright, boards 23 Sherman 
Lawton Benjamin, sailmaker, house 60 Chestnut 
Lawton Charles A., mason, house 199 Elm 
Lawton Charles A., jr., mason, boards 85 South Second 
Lawton Charles H., mariner, house South Front, near 
Howlaud 



NEW BEDFOEB []j] DIKECTORY. 3 63 

Lawton Charles H. (C. H. & H. A. Lawton), apothecary, 

. 1 Purchase, and 91 Union, house 89 Ehn 
Lawton C. H. & H. A. (Charles H. and Horace A. Law- 
ton), apothecaries, 1 Purchase and 91 Union 
Lawton Horace A. (C. H. & H. A. Lawton), apothecary, 

1 Purchase and 91 Union, house 163 County 
Lawton James M., house 121 Pleasant 
Lawton James M., jr., bookseller, 143 Union, h. 68 Elm 
Lawton Joseph M. (Barrows, Lawton & Co.), painter, 90 

North Water, house 71 Cypress 
Lawton Mary, widow of Frederick A., house 129 Allen 
Lawton Robert S., grocer, 295 and 297 Purchase, house 

Maxfield, corner Purchase 
Lawton Russell S., laborer, house Dartmouth, cor. Fruit 
Lawton Sylvester F., mariner, h. Dartmouth, cor. Fruit 
Lawton Theodore E., grocer, 81 Smith, h. 8 No. Emerson 
Lawton William C, teacher, boards 121 Pleasant 
Lawton William O., provisions, h. Kemj^ton, cor. Hunter 
Lawton Wm. P., house 80 Kempton 
Laycock Robinson, weaver Potomska mills, house 262 

South Second 
Leach Chas. H. carpenter, Leonard's wharf, h. 52 Russell 
Leach Harry J., carpenter, house 91 Maxfield 
Leach James, weaver, house 78 Merrimac 
Leach Joseph, weaver Wamsutta mills, house Bowditch, 

corner Cedar 
Leach Lucy S. Miss, teacher Linden street primary 

school, boards 91 Maxfield 
Leach Orrin M,, salesman Caleb Maxfield, h. 55 Maxfield 
Leach William H. H., clerk N. B. Flour Co., house 75 

Sycamore 
Leach William W., clerk, 145 Union, boards 91 Maxfield 
Leah Daniel R., laborer, boards 203 West Elm 
Leahy John, laborer, house 203 West Elm 
Leahy John H., cook revenue cutter, bds. 203 W. Elm 
Leahy Thomas, shoemaker^ house 14 West Middle 
Leal Manuel, cooper, house 166 Grinnell 
LEAMIIVG PHILIP S., physician, 56 Purchase, 

house 41 North 
Leary Cornelius, laborer, house 555 Acushnet avenue 
Leary Daniel, laborer, house 121 South Front 
Leary Dennis, blacksmith, 612 Acushnet avenue, house 

Cedar Grove street, 2d on right from Acushnet av. 
Leary Edward, painter, house 100 Allen 
Leary Elizabeth, widow of Daniel, house 74 First 
Leary Hannah Mrs., house 605}^ Acushnet avenue 
Leary Humphrey, laborer, boards 3 Wall 
Leary John, boards 605/-^ Acushnet avenue 
Leary Mary, cloth trimmer Wamsutta mills, h. 6 Wall 



164 NEW BEDFORD [Jj] DIRECTORY. 

Leavitt Cbas. C, truckman, bds. Hillman, cor. No. Second 
Leavitt Clark, truckman, house Hillman, cor. No. Second 
Leavitt Frank H., shoe-cutter, b. Hillman, c. No. Second 
Leavitt George H., clerk, b. Hillman, cor. North Second 
LeBaron Wm. E., machinist Johnathan Bourne, house 85 

Kempton 
Leddy James, laborer, house 706 Purchase 
Lee Allen L., soap maker M. F. Whittemore, 14 South 

Second, house 184 Campbell 
Lee Agnes P., widow of George H., house 155 Elm 
Lee Ezra W. mason, house 75 Mill 
Lee George (Lee & Staples), blacksmith, 683 Purchase, 

corner Linden, house 178 Pleasant 
Lee James H. Rev., pastor Salem Baptist Society, house 

15 Cannon 
Lee John A., mason and superintendent of streets, office 

city yard. High street, house 60 State 
Lee John C, soap maker M. F. Whittemore, 14 South 

Second, house 29 First 
Lee Josephine Mrs, house 5 Fifth 
Lee May H., Chinese Laundry, 93 Middle, house do. 
Lee Michael, hair-dresser, 432 Purchase, h. 65 Merriraac 
Lee Patrick, laborer, house 690 Acushnet avenue 
Lee Thomas, hair-dresser, 336 Purchase, boards 690 

Acushnet avenue 
Lee Thomas, mason, house 638 Purchase 
Lee Wm. M., mason, house 73 Mill 
LEE & STAPLES (George Lee and James S. 

Staples), blacksmiths, 683 Purchase, corner Linden 
Lees Henry, laborer, house 162 Kempton 
LeFavor Alexander, shoemaker, .house 259 So. Water, 
Lefavre John, weaver, house 78 Merriraac 
Legasse Joseph, weaver, house rear 253 South Water 
Legasse Peter, carpenter, house 259 South Water * 
LeGendre Charles N., apothecary, South Water, corner 

Potomska, boards 147 Mill 
Lemare Abraham Mrs., widow, house 15 Logan 
Lemare David, laborer, house 15 Logan 
Lemare Edward, weaver, house County, near Austin 
Lemare Francis, house 1 Hampton court 
Lemare Frank, laborer, h. So. Front, corner Blackmore 
Lemare Henry, spinner, house 255 South Water 
Lemare Joseph, card grinder, house 15 Logan 
Lemos Antone, baker, boards 105)^ South Water 
Lenios Joseph (Noyer& Lemos), 137 So. Water, h. 139 do. 
Lemos Manuel. E., hairdresser, 127^ Union, h. 102 Fifth 
Lemos Matthew, cigars, 33>^ So. Water, h. at Fairhaven 
Lemunyon Charles E., carriage painter at Geo. L. Brown- 
ell's, boards 76 Fifth 



NEW BEDFORD [L] DIRECTORY. 165 

Lemunyon Constant, haokman, 14 Fourth, h. 53 School 
Leinunyon Frederick C, foreman baker H. H. Fisher's, 

boards 117 Cedar 
Lemunyon Susan, widow of John, liouse 76 Fifth 
Leonard Daniel B., city clerk, office Public library build- 
ing, house 63 Fifth 
Leonard Deborah A., widow of Henry T., h. 36 Eighth 
Leonard Elisha C, house 26 Seventh, corner School 
Leonard Fi-ed L., clerk. Mansion House, boards do. 
Leonard Henry A., fish market, 203 Acushnet avenue, 

house 1 Bedford 
Leonard John H., fish store, 25 Union, h. 619 Acushnet av. 
Leonard John VV.,peddler, house Acushnet av., cor. Main 
Leonard Joseph T., clerk E. G. Taber, boards Acushnet 

avenue, Head of the River 
Leonard Mary Ann, widow of Thomas N., house Delano, 

near South First 
Leonard Melton H., physician, 1 Bedford, boards do. 
Leonard Mercy S. Mrs., dressmaker, house 60 Merrimac 
Leonard Roland A., clerk National Bank of Commerce, 

house 63 Fifth 
Leonard Samuel (Samuel Leonard & Son), oil and can-. 

die mnfr., 23 Centre, house at Fairhaven 
Leonard Samuel & Son (Samuel Leonard), sperm oil and 

candle mnfrs., 23 Centre 
Leonard Thomas, laborer, house 22 Bonney 
Leonard William, currier, boards 9 Chancery 
LePeirre Joseph, clerk, boards 8 Hazard court 
Leuchsenring Robert, machinist, house 30 Elm 
Leverett William, carriage trimmer, house 142 Kemptoii 
Leveridge Eugene, photographer, house 26 Elm 
Levi Emma V. Miss, teacher (Maryland), house 80 Ash 
Levi James H., laborer, house 80 Ash 
Levoy Thomas, laborer, house 9 Rivet 
Levy Leon, cigar manufacturer, 131 So. Water, house do. 
Lewin Charles, loom fixer Wamsutta mills, bds, 93 Linden 
Lewin Hannah, widow of Charles, house 93 Linden 
Lewin Harmouia, widow of Robert, house 82 Chestnut 
Lewin Joseph, section hand, house 2 Bulloch's avenue 
Lewis Albert A., laborer, boards 221 Middle 
Lewis Albert C, clerk, 1 Ricketson's block, boards 82 

Grin n ell 
Lewis Alice S., widow of Joseph H., house 44 Kempton 
Lewis Benjamin F., painter, house 3 North Oak 
Lewis Charles B., rigger, house 31 Allen 
Lewis Daniel P., officer House of Correction, h. 33 Cedar 
Lewis Elijah R., house 31 Sycamore 
Lewis Elvira Miss, nurse, house 129 Acushnet avenue 
Lewis Eraeline, widow of Henry, house 38 Pleasant 



166 NEW BEDFORD []j] DIRECTORY. 

Lewis Francis, dry goods, 167 So. Water, h. 82 Grinnell 

Lewis Francis V"., ship keeper, house 71 First 

Lewis Frank, laborer, house rear 11 First 

Lewis George C, boat builder, house 58 Spruce 

Lewis George S., clerk C. M. Haskell, boards 38 Pleasant 

Lewis Henry S., boards 38 Pleasant 

Lewis John, laborer, house. 1 Walnut, cor. South Water 

Lewis John W., roofer, house 229 Purchase 

Lewis Joseph, sailniaker, house 2 Rural 

Lewis Joseph H., plumber, 43 No. Second, h. 6 Bethel 

Lewis Joseph S. (Lewis & Bradley), N. B. Boiler Co., 

house 70 South Second, corner Bush 
Lewis, Joshua, weaver Wamsutta mills, house 179 State 
Lewis Manuel, saloon, 155 So. Water, house do. 
Lewis Nathan, stoves, tin ware, &c., 99 William, boards 

84 Kem|)ton 
LEWIS OBED B., meats and provisions, 347 Acush- 
net avenue, house rear Geo. C. Hatch's, Acushnet av. 
Lewis Rhoda B., widow of William B., house 40 Middle 
Lewis Thomas, steward, house 73 First 
Lewis Wesley A., currier, boards 113 Elm 
Lewis William, commission merchant, 13 Hamilton, house 

99 Elm 
Lewis & Bradley (Joseph S. Lewis and Gilbert L. Brad- 
ley), proprietors N. B. Boiler Co., 24 Front 
Libby John, baker, 264 Acushnet avenue, corner Walnut, 

house 30 Walnut, corner South Third 
Libby William, clerk, 264 Acushnet av., bds. 52 Walnut 
Liberty Hall Association, Purchase, corner William 
Liberty Hall Bill Posting Co., Thomas L. Parsons, supt., 

office, room 5, Liberty Hall building 
Ligh thrown William, weaver, house 359 South Water 
Lightfoot Charles, laborer, house Elm, corner Cedar 
LILLEY WILLIAM, physician, 77 Thomas, h. do. 
Lilly James, weaver, boards 3 Seneca 
Lima Anthony J., mariner, house 183 Allen, next Dart- 
mouth line 
Lima Joseph Antone, laborer, house 210 South Water 
Lima Joseph F., clothing, 89 South Water, grocer, 194 

do., and boarding-house, 89|^ do. 
Lima Manuel J., laborer, house 186 South Second 
Lincoln Amelia Miss, teacher William street primary 

school, boards 87 Walden 
Lincoln Arba F., baker's driver, house County, opp. Rivet 
Lincoln Charles A., engineer, house rear 8 Allen 
Lincoln Charles L., driver, boards rear 8 Allen 
Lincoln Ella Miss, teacher Merrimac street primary school, 

boards 91 Walden 
Lincoln Ellery C, watchman, house 15 Bonney 



NEW BEDFORD []j] DIRECTORY. 107 

Lincoln George, boards A. Ricker's, Beach 
Lincoln John, fruit, &c., 83 Union, house 128 Summer 
Lincoln Phoebe J. Mrs., house 146 North Second 
Lincoln Susan R. Miss, dressmaker, house Belleville road, 

Head of the River 
Lincoln William H., stone driller, h. County, opp. Rivet 
Linden Arthur, weaver, boards State, corner Linden 
Lindsey Benjamin, house 105 Elm 

Lindsey Elizabeth C, widow of Geo. P., h. 484 Purchase 
Lindsey Henry, carpenter, boards 4 Walnut 
Lindsey John, laborer, house 178 Mill 
Linds-ey Maria M. Miss, house 63 Fourth, corner Bush 
Lindsey Revere G., pressman Mercury office, h. 4 Walnut 
Linton John R., carriage manufacturer, 244, 246 and 248 

Purchase, house 21 Sycamore 
Linton Joseph B., carriage smith, house 21 Sycamore 
Lisbon Costa, tailor, 81 South Water, house do. 
Lithgoe David, clerk, 404 Purchase, house do. 
Little Ella A. Miss, dressmaker, boards 85 Bonney 
Little Francis, mariner, house Division, between County 

and South Water. 
Little John E., trader and boarding-house, Tarkilu hill 

road. Head of the River, house do. 
Little Preserved, laborer, house 15 Grape 
Little Sylvester, laborer, house 85 Forest 
Littlefield Benjamin (U. S. N.), boards 69 Elm 
Livingston Frank Mrs., house 156 Cedar 
Livsley Isaac, saloon, 275 Purchase, house Linden court 
Livsley Richard, weaver, house 281 South Water 
Livsley Walter, weaver, house 11 Fulton court 
Lloyd John F., clergyman, house 222 Kempton 
Lobdell Charles H., clerk Post-Office, house 1 Rockland 
Lobdell George W., clerk, boards 1 Rockland 
Lobdell Mary A. D., widow of Charles H., h. 1 Rockland 
Lobo Joseph N., clerk, 179 Acushnet avenue, house 95>^ 

South Second 
Lobo Manuel G., hairdresser, 864 Acushnet avenue, bds. 

95}4 South Second 
Logan Margaret, widow of Michael, house 88 Linden 
Lombard Charles E., carpenter, boards 132 Middle 
Lombard Hiram T., at Prussian Blue works, bds. 24 Elm 
Lombard Hugh H., house 71 Smith 
Lombard Solomon S., painter, house 5 Howland 
Lombard, see Lumbarcl 

Loney Manuel, laborer, house Mill, near Kempton 
Long George R., detective, house 27 South Emerson 
Long James F., mariner, house 27 South Emerson 
Long John, laborer, house 11 Bush 
Long Nancy H., widow of George, h. 27 South Emerson 



168 NEW BEDFORD []j] DIRECTORY. 

Long Sarah, widow of George, house 72 Fourth 
Long Valentine C, in phniing mill, house 160 Mill 
Long William, tin plate worker, 134 Purchase, house at 

Fairhaven [27 So. Emerson 

Longfiekl Joseph S., at Wood, Brightman & Co.'s, house 
Longley Herbert E., machinist, house 82 Fourth 
Look John W., ship joiner, 129 North Water, house 31 

Sycamore 
Lopez Bernard, mariner, house 12 Griffin 
Lopez Caesar, saloon, 53 Howlnnd, cor. So. Front, h. do. 
Lopez Mary Miss, house 47 Howland 
Lord Ellen, widow, house Cedar Grove, 5th on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Lord Joseph, weavei', house 3 Franlclin 
Lothrop Asa, boots and shoes, 137 Purchase,h. 81 Kempton 
Loud William J., hostler, house 77 North Second 

Lougee , house 40 Middle 

Lovejoy Amos F., carpenter, house 581 Purchase 

Lovejoy William H., mill hand, boards 581 Purchase 

Lovell Henry A., burnisher, rooms 14 Pope 

Lovie Louis, weaver, house 286 South Second 

Low Charles H., clerk, boards 86 Elm 

Low Harriet M. Mrs., house 86 Elm 

Lowe James, gardener, house 63 Ash 

Lowe John, house 1082 Acushnet avenue, corner Da'vis 

Lowe John H., grocer, 716 and 720 Acushnet avenue, 

house 931 do. 
Lowe John J., laborer, house 249 Emerson 
Lowe Phillip, coachman, 149 County 
Lowe Samuel, shoemaker, house 198 Cedar 
Lowe Samuel, 2d, gardener, h. Chauncey, north of Arnold 
Lowe Stephen, boards 198 Cedar 
Lowe Thomas, house 14 West Middle 
Lowe William, gardener, house 35 Ash 
Lowe William A., carpenter, house 93 Smith 
Lowell Clarence, carriage manuficturer, 276 Acushnet 

avenue, house 64 State 
Lowney Dennis, laborer, house Clark, near State 
Lowney John, second hand Wamsutta mills, house Cedar 

Grove, second on right from Acushnet avenue 
Lowrie Joseph, f;i,rmer, house Mill, Head of the River 
Lowry Mary, widow of David, h. 550 Acushnet avenue 
Lowther George H., boards 171 Mill 
Lowther Jane Mrs., house 171 Mill 
Lowther Kate, widow of Mitchell II., house 28 Oak 
Lowther Mitchell H., rope maker, house 28 Oak 
Lowther Rebecca, widow of Henry, house 6 Park 
Luby Edward, laborer, house 1 Maxfield 
Lucas Abby F., widow of Thomas, house " llazlewoodj" 

French avenue, Clark's point 




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chestnut, etc. 

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NEW BEDFORD []j] DIRECTORY. 169 

Lucas Augustus E,, boots and shoes, 129 Union, h. 1 Court 
Lucas Corbin B., blacksinitli, house 127 Flensaut 
Lucas Heni-y H., leather-cutter, house 73 HiUnian 
Lucas Henry K. W,, commission merchant, dO Union, 

house F;ijr, near Darlninnth 
Lucas Lydi;i H., widow of Chailes, house 43 So. Second 
Lucas Robert E., liiiirdresser, house 8 South Water 
Lucas Thomas D., house "Hazelwood" French avenue, 

Clark's point 
Lucas .WilHs, shoemaker, 99 South Water, house 1 Wal- 
nut, corner South Water 
Luce Abram'C, sfdesman Geo. M. Eddy & Co., h. 67 Mill 
Luce Ambrose E., fish dealer. Smith, near Spruce, liouse 
217 Cedar [Cedar 

Luce Ambrose E., jr., news depot, 178 County, house 217 
Luce Barzilla C, coopei-, house Mt. Pleasant, corner Mt. 

Pleasant lane 
Luce Charles E, (Boston), boards 259 Acushnet avenue 
Luce David W., "Luce's new shoe store," Robeson build- 
ing, 61 William, house 259 Acushnet avenue 
Luce Edward D., teamster, house 66 Cypress 
Luce Edward J., at judge Borden's office, rooms 22 and 

23 Robeson building, boards 259 Acushnet avenue 
Luce Edwin 'B., mariner, boaids 164 Kempton 
Luce Freeman C., carriage smith, 83 Middle, h. 231 County 
Luce George E., " Luce's new shoe store," Robeson build- 
ing, 61 William, boards 259 Acushnet avenue 
Luce Hepsa, widow of Matthew, h. 30 Seventh, c. School 
Luce Hervey E., master mariner, house 55 Maxfield 
Luce Jeremiah L., blacksmith, Mechanics lane, house 76 

Kempton 
Luce John E., mariner, house 164 Grinnell 
Luce Mary, widow of Barzilla, house 135 Kempton 
Luce Thomas, cooper. City wharf, house 62 Smith 
Luce Thomas R.., engineer City yard, house 36 Cedar 
LUCE WILLIAM T., provision dealer, 172 County, 

and green-houses, 238 Cedar, house 230 Cedar 
Luce Wm. T., jr., clerk, 170 County, boards 232 Cedar 
Luce William W., " Luce's new shoe storp," Robeson 

building, 61 William, boards 259 Acushnet avenue 
Luke Elizabeth Miss, nui-sery maid Orphans' Home, h.do. 
Lull Clara, teacher of languages, 30 Purchase, house do. 
Lumbard Andrew, fisherman, house 59 Howland 
Lumbard Anna M. Miss, house 26 Seventh, cor. School 
Lumbard Joseph W., weigher E. P. Haskell, b. 53 School 
Lumbard, see Lombard 

Lumbert John, laborer, house Delano, cor. South First 
Lund Park man M., house 104 Pleasant 
Lund Rebecca A. E,, wid. of Jonathan P., h. Acushnet av. 



170 NEW BEDFORD [M] DIRECTORY. 

. * 

Luscorab Abraham, house 31 Pleasant 

Luscomb Caleb B., cooper, head of Front, h. 51 Maxfield 

Liiscomb Edward, fisherman, house 211 Middle 

Luscomb Frederick W., machinist, boards 51 Maxfield 

Luscomb George F., carpenter, house 36 Elm 

Luscomb Isabella, teacher Linden street primary school, 

house 184 Summer 
Luscomb Leonard, cooper, house Acushnet avenue 
Luscomb Richard Mrs., house 8 North 
Luscomb Richard, jr., Mrs., house 662 Acushnet avenue 
Luscomb Robert, grocer, 170 County, boards 90 FAm 
Luscomb Robert H., carpenter, house 90 Elm 
Luscomb Simeon P., cooper, house 184 Summer 
Luscomb William, cooper, house 211 Middle 
Luscombe George, cooper, house 108 Cedar 
Luscombe James, cooper, house 50 Mill 
Luther Haile R., grocer, 228 Purchase, house 237 do. 
Lynch Bernard H., laborer, house 9 High 
Lynch Daniel, painter, house Vine, near Durfee 
Lynch Daniel, operative, house 65 Maxfield 
Lynch Edward, laborer, house 115 Fifth 
Lynch James, laborer, house 180 South Second 
Lyng Frederick, laborer, h. 2 Bush, cor. South Water 
Lyng Mary, widow of Jere., h. 75 South Water, cor. Bush 
Lyons James H. Mrs., house 310 South Water 
Lyons James M., h. Rose Lawn Villa, 1071 Acushnet av, 
Lyons Peter, laborer, house 559 Acushnet avenue 

MACK JOHN N., baker, house rear 573 Purchase 
Mackie Adam, lawyer, 104 Union, house 8 Spring 
Mackie Andrew Mrs., h. 90 Purchase, opp. stone church. 
Mackie James (W. H. Cook & Co.), junk dealer, 9 and 

15 North Front, house 25 School 
Mackie John H., physician and surgeon, house 7 Morgan 
Mackie Joseph, weaver, boards 1 Austin court 
Mackie William, clerk First National Bank, bds. 11 Fifth 
Macomber Aid en B., rope maker, boards 299 Kempton 
MACOMBER BROTHERS (James P. and Par- 
don A. Macomber), grain and flour, 6 Union 
Macomber Chas. E., rope maker, boards 155 Purchase 
Macomber Charles H., house 116 High 
Macomber Chas. W., driver E. C. MiTliken, h. 53 Parker 
Macomber David, hostler, boards 35 Spring 
Macomber Edward C, rope maker, house 75 Cedar 
Macomber Eunice M. Mrs., h. 19 Walnut, c. South Second 
Macomber George B., groceries and provisions, 539 to 

543 Purchase, house 541 do. 
Macomber George P., copper worker, h. 547 Purchase 
Macomber George T., house Purchase, corner Mill 



NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 171 

Macomber George W., sail-maker, house 48 Maxfield 
Macomber Henry B., day watchman Potoniska mills, op- 
posite 269 South Water, house 4 Crapo 
Macomber Homer B., carpenter, house 66 Forest 
Macomber James F., tin plate and sheet iron worker, 569 

Purchase, house 166 Pleasant 
Macomber James P. (Macomber Brothers), grain and 

flour, 6 Union, house 99 Pleasant 
Macomber John, watchman N. B. Copper Works, boards 

70 North 
MAC03IBEK JOHI!^ W., superintendent New 

Bedford Cordage Factory, house 179 Union 
Macomber Judith S., teacher Cedar street primary school, 

boards 190 Summer 
Macomber Louis C, clerk, 61 William, bds. 19 Walnut 
Macomber Lurcretia A., wid. of James- V., h. 59 Cypress 
Macomber Lydia E., widow of Job A., h. 146 Kempton 
Blacomber Margaret J., widow of Elisha, h. 104 Fifth 
Macomber Melvin J,, clerk, house 199 County 
Macomber Pardon A. (Macomber Brothers), grain and 

flour, 6 Union, house 81 Kempton 
Macomber Phebe, widow of Cyrus, house 199 County 
Macomber Phebe, widow of Daniel, house 190 Summer 
Macomber Phebe, widow of Capt. Job, h. 146 Kempton 
Macomber Richard E., grocer, 60 Spruce, h. 173 Cedar 
Macomber Susan, widow of John, house Belleville road. 

Head of the River 
Macomber Thomas B., mariner, house 104 Fifth 
Macomber Thomas W. Mrs., house 181 Purchase 
Macomber William B., house 199 County 
Macomber Wm. B,, picture frame maker, bds. 19 Walnut 
Macomber William E., cooper George Delano & Co., 

house 83 South Second 
Macomber William E., Capt. of police, Central Police Sta- 
tion, 5 South Second, house 15 Sherman 
Macomber William H., clerk C. D. Milliken, boards 99 
Pleasant [h. 17 Bonney 

Macreading L. Mrs., teacher Fifth street grammar school, 
Macy Annie M. Miss, copyist registry office, \\pi\SQ 19 

Bonney 
Macy Arthur W., clerk, 2 Purchase, bds. 161 Grinnell 
Macy Caroline S. Mrs., matron city farm, Clark's Point 
Macy Charles, cooper, house 19 Bonney 
Macy Edwin B. (E. B. & F. Macy), shipsmith, house 244 

Acushnet avenue 
Macy E. B. & F. (Edwin B. and Frederick Macy), ship- 
smiths, 22 South Front 
Macy Frank E., clerk, 127 Purchase, boards atFairhaven 
Macy Frederick (E. B. & F. Macy), shipsmiths, house 
234 Acushnet avenue 



172 NEW BEDFORD [M] DIRECTORY. 

Macy George I., clerk Tucker & Curamings, boards 234 

Acushiiet avenue 
Macy George N"., master mariner, house 16 Crapo 
Macy Hannah A. Mrs, music teacher, h. 161 Grinnell 
Macy Josiah, jr., blacksmith E. B. & F. Macy and boots 

and shoes, 127 Purchase, house at Fairhaven 
Macy J. Roland, clerk, 116 Union, bds. 244 Acushnet av. 
Macy Marietta S. Miss, teacher, house 35 County 
Macy Mary A. Miss, teacher Fifth street grammar school, 

boards 19 Bonney [h. do. 

Macy Peleg S., superintendent almshouse, Clark's Point, 
Macy Roland, house 1 Greene 
Macy Thomas H,, master marinei', house 78 Em 
Macy VVilUam H. (N. Y.), house 46 South Cottage 
MACY WM. J., fancy goods, etc., 82 Purchase, house 

35 County 
Macy William S., artist, h, 45 So. Cottage, next Bedford 
Maddas Mathew, spinner, boards 16 Hazard court 
Madden Patrick Edward, hostler, house 116 Grinnell 
Madden John, tailor, house 75 Grinnell, cor. South First 
Madden Patrick, weaver, house 251 South Water 
Madden Patrick J., laborer, boards 75 Giinnell 
Madden Peter F., laborer, house 119 South First 
Madden Richard, laborer, house 712 Acushnet avenue 
Magnett Benjamin, mason, house 78 Union 
Magrath Alice M. Mrs., tailoress, 120 !>^ Union, house do. 
Mague Frank A., second hand cloth room, b. 286 Cedar 
Maguii-e James, blacksmith, house 47 First 
Mahar Ann, widow, house 217 Pleasant 
Mahoney Ellen, widow of Dennis, house 7 Willis 
Mahoney Jeremiah, furnace man N. B. Copper Works, 

house Clark, near Purchase 
Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, house 67 South Water 
Mahoney John, third hand Wamsutta mills, h.l53 State 
Mahoney John, carder, boards 5 Wall 
Mahoney John H., plumber, boards 67 South Water 
Mahoney Michael, laborer, h. foot Washburn, on right 
Mahoney Timothy E., plumber Gilford & Allen, house 

Comity, corner Penniman ^ 

Makepeace Henry B., shoemaker, house 1 Babbitt 
Makepeace Mary B., widow of James W., house 1 Babbitt 
Maker George W., sail-maker T. M. Hart, h. 48 Maxfield 
Malay Joseph, mariner, h. So. Front, near Howland 
Malcolm John W. Rev., pastor Pleasant st. M. E. church, 

house 22 Sycamore 
Maley Edward, clerk, 82 Union, boards 128 South First 
Malmedie Charles H., taxidermist, 166 Purchase, house 

55 Cypress [Acushnet avenue 

Maloney John, laborer, h. Washburn, 4th on left from 



NEW BEDFOIiD [M] DIEECTORY. 173 

Maloney Thomas, laborer, h.onse 51 Smith 

Maloney Willinm, plumber Wamsutta mills, house 20 

Hazard court 
Maloy Martin, second hand Wamsutta mills, house 171 

Pleasant, corner Merriraac 
Manchester Adoniram B., stevedore, house Shawmut 

avenue, near Durfee 
Manchester Albert IT., machinist, house 209 Purchase 
Manchester Asa, watchman O. C. R R., Acushnet sta- 
tion, house do. [Kempton 
Manchester Asa P., painter, 70 South Water, house 35 
Manchester Benj. F., painter, house Mt. Pleasant, above 
Nash road [Acushnet station 
Manchester Charles H., baggage master O. C. R. R., bds. 
BJanchester Charles H., laborer, house 10 Park 
Manchester Cynthia, widow of Wm. S., house 10 Park 
Manchester Eliza, widow of Lyman, boards 35 Willis 
Manchester Ellery, 2d, branch pilot, house 17 Chauncey 
Manchester Ellery L., mariner, house 11 Emerson 
Blanchester Frank W., teamster, house 218 Purchase 
JManchester Plannah, widow of Edward, h. 148 Kempton 
Manchester Harriet W., widow of Alexander, h. 84 Linden 
Manchester Harry E., clerk, 145 Union, boards 33 Bush 
Manchester Hezekiah A., stevedore,- house 197 Cedar 
Manchester Isaac H., teamster, house Highland 
Manchester James L., engineer, house Durfee, opp. Vine 
Manchester James M., farmer, house 201 Middle 
Manchester John B., teamster, house 201 Middle 
Manchester John W., truckman and ice dealer, house 68 

Foster 
Manchester Joseph D., laborer, house rear 146 Kempton 
Manchester Lewis G., stevedore, house 1 Mt. Pleasant 
Manchester Louisa C. Miss, house 464 Acushnet avenue 
Manchester Maria Mrs., house 8 Old Market square 
Manchester Nathaniel D., stevedore, house Shawmut av- 
enue, near Durfee [79 Chestnut 
Manchester Otis, granite worker. County avenue, house 
Manchester Patience, widow, house 111 Summer 
Manchester Philander F., clerk Sailings, Kingman & Co., 

house 30 (Cypress 
Manchester Phineas B,, shoemaker, house 123 Middle 
Manchester Samuel C, butcher, house Kempton, near 

Jenny Lind 
Manchester Stephen F., farmer and teamster, Acushnet 

'Station, boards Asa Manchester's, Acushnet 
Manchester Stephen G., stevedore, house West Linden, 

near Shawmut avenue 
Manchester Theodore N., stevedore, house West Linden, 
near Shawmut avenue 



174 NEW BEDFJRD []^] DIKECTOET. 

Manchester Thomas H., at 33 Commercial, bds, 94 Smith 
Manchester Wm. F, (Footman & Manchester), black- 
smith, 551 Acushnet avenue, house 39 Chestnut 
Mandell Austus G., mariner, house 82 Walden 
Mandell Edward D. ( John F. Tucker & Co.), merchant,. 

29 North Front, house 49 P'ourth 
Mandell Edward D., jr., clerk, 29 No. Front, h. 49 Fourth 
Manhattnn House, 4 Hall's court 

Manley Emily, widow of John A., house 197 Kempton 
Manley Thomas T. (Barrows, Lawton & Co.), painter, 

Flazard's wharf, house 26 Kempton 
Mann Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, house Rockland, cor- 
ner Crapo 
Mann Henry E., dentist, 139 Purchase, house 194 do. 
Mann Henry S., sewing machines, 133 Purchase, h.l39 do. 
Mann Mary E. Mrs., agent for " Seven Barks," 133 Pur- 
chase, house 139 do. 
Manning Augustus, laborer, house 620 Acushnet avenue 
Manning James, spinner N. B. Cordage Factory, house 

201 West Elm 
Manning Michael, laborer, house 199 South Water 
Mannix Vincent, laborer, house 50 Rowland 
Mansfield Bridget, widow, house 8 First 
Mansfield Dennis, laborer, house rear 100 North Second 
Mansfield John P., fruit and cigars, 10 Pleasant (Cheap- 
side), house 22 Gi'ifiin 
MANSION HOUSE, Edward R. Richards, proprie- 
tor, 87 Union 
Manter F'red A., clerk, 34 Purchase, bds. at Fairhaven 
Manuel Antoine, clerk, 7 South Water, house do. 
Manuel Margaret Mrs., house 197 State 
Marble Abby S. Miss, dressmaker, 93 Grinnell, house do. 
Marble John, house 113 Sycamore 

Marble Lovice, widow of Sylvester, h. 280 Acushnet av. 
Maible Mary A., widow of Allen, house 93 Grinnell 
Marcus Robert, engineer, boards Union, corner Purchase 
Marden William, photographer, bds. Mt. Pleasant House 
Mai'ianna Louisa, widow, house 140 South Water 
Marine Reading room, 15 Bethel 
Marii/ers Home, H. G. O. Nye, supt., 15 Bethel 
Markey James, mule-spiimer, house 199 State 
Marlor Thomas, weaver, house 379 Cedar- 
Marr Wm. J., harness maker, 317 Purchase, h. 307 do. 
Marrion Francis, steve<lore, house 38 Parker 
Mars Charles, weaver, boards 283 South Second 
Marshall Antone, boot and shoemaker, 145 South Water, 

house 120 South First 
Marshall Antoine F., variety store, 57 South Water, corner 
First, house do. 



NEW BEDFORD [M] DIRECTORT. 175 

JMavshnll Charles, clerk, 175 Kempton, b. 116 So. Water 
Marshall Charles A., clerk, house 161 State 
Marshall Fanny, widow, house 13 School 
Marshall Isaac N., asjent O. C. R. R., office, 442 Pur- 
chase, and 3 :nid 7 Commercial, h.478 Purchase 
Marshall Manuel, shoemaker, 107 So. Water, house do. 
Marshall Manuel Mrs., house 116 South Water . 
Marshall Manuel, seaman, house 15o Fourth 
Mai'shall Michael, laborer, house 186 South Water 
Marshall Napoleon, farraei-, house 2 rear 625 Purchase 
Marston Geo. (Marston & Cobb), lawyer, 35 Noith Water, 

house 226 Union 
Marston & Cobb (Geo, Marston and Wendell H. Cobb), 

lawyers, -85 North Water 
MARTHA'S VINEYARD EXPRESS, Hatch 

& Co., Ricketson block 
Martin Ann B., widow of Hiram, house 68 Fourth 
Martin Arthur W., clerk, 13 Centre, boards 63 Fourth 
Martin Edward H., reporter Standard office, boards 

Whitcomb House, 152 Union 
Martin Geo. A., pressman Standard office, bds. 13 Pope 
Martin Henry F., laborer, house 229 Middle 
Martin Maria, widow of John, house 98 South Front 
Martin Mary, widow of Lewis, house 83 Forest 
Martin Robert T., ship keeper, house 81 South Water 
Marts Andrew M., McKay machine operator Hathaway, 

Soule & Harrington, boards 7 Fifth 
Martyn Elfrida Miss, house 71 Fourth 
Martyn Martin, miller Denison Bros. & Co., house rear 

71 Fourth 
Marvel George, weaver, house 241 South Water 
Maivin George F., master mariner, house 80 Middle 
Mashow John, ship-carpentei', Eddy's wharf, house do. 
Masey Antone, faimer, house Topham, near Sbawmut av. 
Mason Charles, peddler, house 9 Griffin 
Mason George A., clerk 41 Purchase, boards 75 Middle 
Mason Henry, laborer, boards 128 South Second 
Mason H. W., house Vine,. near Durfee 
]\[;ison John L. G., 'mason, house 57 Elm 
Mason Wm. E. (Custom House, Boston), house 118 

Acushnet avenue 
Mass Juno, weaver, boards Prospect, corner Grinnell 
Mather John, weaver, house 722 Purchase 
Matheius A. J., carpentei', house 120 Kempton 
Mathews Barak E., house 155 Fourth 
Mathews Charles, carpenter, house 12 North 
Mathews Eliza S. Miss, dressmaker, house Walden, cor- 
ner Sycamore 
Mathews John, rigger, Parker's wharf, house 149- William 



176 NEW BEDFORD [}j['] DIRECTORY. 

Mntbews John, seaman, house 8 Griffin 

Mathews Thomas H., house 57 Allen 

MATHEWS WM. H., treas. New Bedford Copper 

Co., Rodman, house 147 William 
Matteson Anson, farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Matteson Elijah, laborer, house 523 Acushnet avenue 
Mattlies G. Felix, physician, 17 South Sixth, house do. 
Matthews' Asa, laborer, house 6 Pearl 
Mattliews Asa Mrs., boarding-house, 6 Pearl 
Matthews P^dwin, master mariner, house 170 Acushnet 

avenue, corner Griffin 
Matthews Eliza, dressmaker, house 500 Acushnet avenue 
Matthews James, saloon, 318 Acushnet avenue, corner Old 

Market square, house 8 Spring 
Matts Antoine, laborer, house 23 School 
Maxfield Abram R., at Flour Mill, house 12 Ash 
Maxfield Caleb, furniture and upholsterer, 130 Union, 

house 99 Hillman 
Maxfield Catherine, widow of Edmund, house 81 State 
Maxfield Celia Mrs., house 167 Cedar 
Maxfield Chai'les H., salesman GiflTord & Co., boards Ban- 
croft House, rooms 42 North Sixth 
Maxfield Cliarles H., clerk 116 Union, bds. 80 Maxfield 
Maxfield Charles P., tinsmith Toby & Coggeshall, boards 

at Fairhaven 
Maxfield David B., clerk C. Maxfield, house 51 Foster 
Maxfield Edmund F., marine engineer, boards 81 State 
Maxfield Frank H., foreman C. Maxfield, house 65 Elm 
Maxfield Frederick T., clerk, house 83 Summer 
Maxfield George F., tin plate worker, 361 Acushnet av- 
enue, house 99 Fourth 
Maxfield Jonathan, laborer, house 8 Ash 
Maxfield Lucy S. Miss, dressmaker, house 8 Ash 
Maxfield Nathan D., carpenter, house 97 South Second, 

corner Cannon 
Maxfield Russell, merchant, house 80 Maxfield 
Maxfield Russell, jr., boards 80 Maxfield 
MAXFIELD WILLIAM, painter, 25 Centre, house 

76 South Second " • 

Maxfield William Francis, laborer, boards 152 State 
Maxfield William H., painter, 25 Centre, house 71 Walden 
Maxim Charles W. A., clerk, boards 155 Campbell 
Maxim Mary, widow of David, house Durfee, west of 

Shawmut avenue 
Maxim William, farmer, h. Durfee, west of Shawmut av. 
May Bi'idget Mrs,, house 68 Hazard 
Mayes Ann, widow, house 546 Acushnet avenue 
Mayes Ephi-aim, wenver, house 2d on Washburn on the 
right from Acushnet avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [M] DIRECTORY. 177 

Mayhew Allen G., mariner, house 2 Cj'press 

Mayhew Dorothy, widow of Jeremiah, house 15 Chestnut 

Mayhpw F. L. B. (Geo. Dehino & Co.), oil and candle 

ninfr., office South Second, corner South, and 140 

Front, N. Y., house at N. Y. 
Mayhew John, Edgartown express, 5 Ricketson block, 

house at Edgartown 
Mayhew Joseph, tinsmith, h. 357 South Water, next Cove 
Mayhew Nathan B., boards Mansion House 
Mayhew Philip S., turner, house 38 Foster 
Mayhew Thaddeus P., house Acushnet avenue 
McAfee James, teamster, house 2 Lindsay 
McAfee JOHK, foreign and domestic fruits, 75 

Union, house 42 School 
McAfee Jolin K., salesman, 75 Union, house 42 School 
McAndrew Sarah Miss, fancy goods, 261 So. Water, h. do. 
McAuliff Dennis, weaver, boards 620 Purchase 
McAvoy James, weaver, h. Washburn, cor. North Front 
McBay Robert, laborer, house Washburn, seventh on left 

from Acushnet avenue 
McBride Henry, shoe-cutter, house 31 Pleasant 
McBi'ide Ira Mrs., house 75 North Second 
McCabe Benjamin F., at Morse Twist Drill Works, house 

116 South Sixth 
McCabe .Tohn, heater Gosnold mills, house 3 Seneca 
McCabe Patrick, laborer, house shoe factory, Durfee 
McCaiferty Ann Mrs., weaver, house 12 Hazard 
McCann Andrew F., machinist, house 98 Merrimac 
McCann Patrick, operative, h. Merrimac, east of Purchase 
McCarthy Dennis, mule-spinner, boards 5 Austin 
McCarthy Jeremiah, laborer Wamsutta mills, house 8 

Austin court 
McCarthy Joanna, widow, house Penniman, near State 
McCarty John, stone-cutter, bds. Penniman, corner State 
McCarthy Julia, widow of John, h. Penniman, cor. State 
McCarthy Michael, secondhand Wamsutta mills, house 

Dui-fee, near Cedar • 

McCarthy Mortimer, laborer, house 7 Durfee 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer Wamsutta mills, boards 674 

Acushnet avenue [Purchase 

McCarthy Timothy, weaver Wamsutta mills, house 614 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house Washburn, 4th on right 

below North Front 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house Penniman, near State 
McCarty Mary Mrs., house 198 State 
McCanleff Maurice, laborer, house 29 Acushnet avenue 
McCauley John B., spinner, house 231 South Water 
McCanley John J., harness maker W. H. Willis, house 

177 County 
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178 NEW BEDFORD []£] DIRECTORY. 

McClister John, seaman, house 17 Maxfield 

McCIure William F., freight conductor O. C. R. R., house 

410 Purchase 
McCluskey James, teamster and saloon, 7 First, bd^. do. 
McCIuskey John J., saljisman, 1254- Union, bds. 221 Middle 
McCluske}' William, hiborer, house 221 Middle 
McColligan Grace, widow of James, house 2 Robeson 
McCormack John, laborer, house 14 Lindsay- 
McCoy Betsey Miss, house 232 County 
McCreary Alexander F., operative, h. 714 Acushnet av. 
McCue Hannnh, widoAV of Hugh, house 127 Cedar 
McCue John, stone cutting, house 127 Cedar 
McCue John J., foreman Mt. Washington Glass Co., 

house HI Fifth 
McCulley Patience P., widow, house 10 Durfee [do. 

McCulloch Margnret Mrs., seamstress Orphans Home, h. 
McCulloch Robert, night watchman Wamsutta mills, 

house rear 17 Durfee 
McCullough John, junk dealer, 19 and 21 North Front, 

house 300 Purchase [Purchase 

McCullough John, jr., clerk, 19 North Front, boards 300 
McCullough Mary, widow of Patrick, house 46 Hillmrm 
McCullough Mary E, wid., of Michael F., h. 80 Maxfield 
McDermott Catherine, widow of James, h. 115 So. Water 
McDermott John, glass maker, boards 115 South Water 
McDermott Michael, laborer, house 11 Allen 
McDermott Michael, laborer, house 97 South Sixth 
McDermott Thomas, glass maker, bouse 115 So. Water 
McDermott Thomas E., glass maker, bds. 115 So. Water 
McDermott Thomas J., glass maker, bds. 115 So. Water 
McDermott Willinm H., seaman, boards 115 So. Water 
McDonald Hugh, laborer, house Eddy's wharf 
McDonald Hugh, jr., blacksmith Geo. L. Brownell, honse 

2 Bethel [south of Delano 

McDonald Jeremiali, mule-spinner, house South First, 
McDonald John, in Gosnold mills,. h. 646 Acushnet av. 
McDonald Johia, laborer, h. South First, south of Delano 
McDonald John, shoecutter, house Rockdale, near Hatha- 
way road 
McDonald John Joseph, cooper, house 145 South First 
McDonald Mary, widow, house 646 Acushnet avenue 
McDonald Patrick, teamster Dennison Bros. & Co., house 

10 Morgans lane 
McDonald Patrick, house South First, south of Delano 
McDonald Thomas, laborer, house Eddy's wharf 
McDonald Thomas, 3d, gardener John McAfee, house 

, 155 South First 
McDonald William R., weaver, house rear ninth on right 

of Washburn, from Acushnet avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [M] DIRECTORT. 179 

McEleuy Cormack, varnisher, house 106 Maxfield 
McEleny Daniel James, tanner, bouse 198 Elm 
McFarland Albert B., boatman, house 311 Purchase 
McFarland Archibald, jr., fish market. South First, near 

Potomska, boards 263 South Water 
McFarland Seth D., ship-carpenter, house 48 Middle 
McFarlane Archibald, blacksmith, house 263 South Water 
McFarlin Alexander B., carpenter, house 43 Willis 
McFarlin Ann Miss, house 65 Smith 

oMcFarlin James, job wagon, First, c. Union, h. 69 Spruce 
McFarlin Stephen W., grocer, 150 Kempton, h. 152 do. 
McFarlin William J., florist, boards 150 Kempton 
McGann Ellen, widow, house 10 Wall 
McG-ann George, laborer, house 10 High 
McGarigle Edward, at N. B. Copper works, house 642 

Purchase 
McGee Andrew, gardener Christopher A. Church, house 

60 Hazard 
McGee Matilda MrsI, house 136 Kempton 
McGee Robert L., rope-maker, house 181 North 
McGee Thomas, rope-maker, boards 181 North 
McGee Thomas, horseshoer Brownell, Ashley & Co., 

house 32 South Chancery 
McGill Henry, laborer, house 32 Hazard 
McGill James, saloon, boards 7 First 
McGinnis Anthony, currier, house 50 Ash 
McGinty Farron, currier, house 216 Kempton 
McGlinn John, laborer, house 9 Seneca 
JNIcGlynn Thomas, laborer, house 50 Hazard 
jMcGofi" Dennis, puddler, house 195 Pleasant 
McGrath Catharine, widow of John, house 88 Linden 
JNIcGrath Dennis, weaver, house 10 Fulton court 
]McGrath John, weaver Wamsutta mills, h. 88 Linden 
McGrath Michael, weaver, house 33 Austin 
McGreavey Michael, rope- maker, boards 49 Ash 
McGregor Elizabeth Miss, house 55 South First 
McGuire John, mule-spinner, house 1 Turner court 
McGuire Margaret, widow, house 203 Pleasant 
McGuire Mary, widow, house foot of Merrimac 
McGuire Peter, laborer, boards foot of Merrimac 
McGurk Barney, carpenter, house 51 Middle 
McHill William, carpenter, house 165 Elm 
McHugh Hugh, gilder, 72 No. Water, h. 164 Union 
McIUmail William, weaver, house 2 Hazard court 
Mclnnis Joiin, mariner, house 5 Grape 
Mclnnis Nancy, widow of Angus, house 5 Grape 
Mclnnis Robert B., carpenter, house 5 Grape 
Mclntire Hannah, widow of David, house 175 Fourth 
Mclntire Helen, widow, house 40 Middle 



180 NEW BEDFORD [M] DIRECTOET. 

Mclntire Mark IL, cutter, 31 North Water, house 117 

Hilhnan 
Mclntire WiHiam J., machuust, house 175 Fourth 
Mclvor James, trader, house 316 Acusluiet avenue 
McKay Maria L., widow, house 22 Bedford 
McKay William, clerk, boards 22 Bedford 
McKenna James, house 151 South Fourth 
McKenna James, jr., glass maker, boards 151 So. Fourth 
McKenna Peter, laborer, boards 151 South Fourth 
McKenney Daniel, baker D. T. Snell, bds. 96 So. Sixth 
McKenney James F., sexton Catholic church, house 124 

Maxfield 
McKenney Sarah, widow of Patrick, h, 93 South Sixth 
McKenzie James, saloon, 349 Acushnet av., bds. 316 do. 
McKenzie Robert, tailor A. H. W. Carpenter, house 

Ocean, near Arnold 
McKenzie Samuel, harness maker, 24 Pldasant (Cheap- 
side), house 188 Elm 
McKini Charles, laborer, boards 156 Elm 
McKira William, ship keeper, house 156 Elm 
McKim William H., boards 156 Elm 
McKinnon Ellen Mrs., h. South Front, near Blackmore 
McLane John H., seaman, boards 57 Grinnell 
McLane Malcolm Mrs., house 57 Grinnell 
McLane Nancy, widow of Nathan, house 8 Spruce 
McLane Rhoda A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 14 Mill 
McLaughlin John, weaver, house 20 Hampton court 
McLeod Eugene V., dentist, 5 Cummings'' building, house 

5 Lincoln 
McLeod Norman, car driver, house 1 Bonney 
McMahon Edward, bar-tender Parker House, house 32 

North 
McMahon Edward, billiard saloon Parker House, b. do. 
McManas Bernard, laborer N. B. Copper works, boards 

154 State 
McManas James Mrs., house 154 State 
McManas John L., glass cutter, house 41 Wing, corner 

South Sixth 
McManas Owen, glass-blower, house 57 Grinnell 
McMann Barney, junk gatherer, house 658 Acushnet av. 
McMann Hariy, weaver, house 718 Acushnet avenue 
McMann John, weaver, house rear Clark, near Purchase 
McMerryman James, mule-spinner, house 434 Purchase 
McMillan William, spinner, house 186 State 
McMurray William, weaver, house 13 Fulton court 
McNaley James, cigar maker, house 170 Mill 
McNamara John, laborer, house 9 Ashley 
McNamara Stephen, laborer, house 8 Wall 
McNamee Michael, painter, boards 54 Parker 



NEW BEDFORD [||f] DIIIECTOKT. 181 

McNeil George, fireman Wilson & Co., h. 90 Smith 
McNeil Michael, rigg-ei-, h. Acushnet av., cor. Division 
McNeil Will. G., picture frame maker, bds. 90 Smith 
McNiilty Ann, widow of Peter, h. 109 South Front 
McNulty Francis H., laborer, house 22 Walnut 
McNulty John, laborer Warasutta mills, h. 5 Austin ct. 
McNulty Mary, widow, house 59 Howland 
McNulty Patrick, at Mt. Washington Glass Co., boards 

109 South Front [net av. 

McNulty Peter, section hnnd O. C. R. R., h. 674 Acush- 
McNutt Jacob L., shoemaker, house 2 Spruce 
McNutt James C, cigar maker, house 170 Mill 
McNutt Nancy A. Mrs., dressmaker, 50 North, house do. 
McNutt Samuel, spar maker, house 50 North 
McQueenie John, weaver, house 35 Austin 
McQuesten Simeon, patent medicine, house 46 Sycamore 
McVey David, weaver, boards 217 Pleasant 
Mead Morris, laborer, house 199 Water 
Meader M. T. Mrs., millinery, 155 Union, house 4 North 

Cottage 
Meagher John J., painter O. C. R. R., house 17 Walnut 
Meagher Mary, widow of Richard, house 17 Walnut 
Mealley Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 128 South First 
Meallo Antonio, carpenter, house 184 South Water 
Mealio John C, laborer, house 90 Acushnet avenue 
Meanev Thomas J., seaman, house 28 Acushnet avenue 
MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK, North 

Water, foot of William 
Medeiros Antone J., carpenter, house 121 South First 
Medivias Antoine, saloon 1SQ}4 So. Water, h. 5 Griffin 
Meehan Daniel, polisher M. D. T. Co., house 37 School 
Meigs Henry, carriage washer, house 8 Walnut 
Meigs Josiah, laborer, house 303 Acushnet avenue 
Melling Ann, dressmaker and milliner, 400 Purchase, 

house 97 Merrimac [Merrimac 

Melling Jennie Miss, millinery, 400 Purchase, house 97 
Melling Margaret widow of William, h. 666 Acushnet av. 
Mellis John, rigger, boards 76 Pleasant 
Mellor Mary Ann, widow of Thos., h. So. First, n. Rivet 
Menage Henry G., house 280 Acushnet avenue 
Mendall Phoebe H., widow of Elihu, house 37 Seventh 
Mendell Catharine A., widow of Ellis, house 187 Middle 
Mendel 1 Charles W., boards 82 Pleasant 
Mendell Deborah, widow of Constant, house 4 County 
Mendell Ellis, boards 187 Middle 

Mentlell Lydia H., widow of James H., house 82 Pleasant 
Mendell Mary S. Miss, teacher High school, b. 187 Middle 
Mennes Antone, mariner, house 121 South First 
Menzies James, weaver, house South First, corner Delano 



182 NEW BEDFORD [|/[] DlKEOTOEy. 

Mevcer John, weaver, house 193 Pleasant 

Merchant Walter H., at N. B. Copper works, house 215 

Pleasant 
Merchant William, glass maker, house Fourth, cor. Wing 
MEKCHAWTS EXCHANGE READING 
KOOM, Edwin Dews, proprietor. North Second, 
corner William [Water 

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, 50 North 
MERCURY PUBLISHING CO. (Stephen W. 
Booth, Warren E. Chase and William L. Sayer), 92 
Union [Purchase 

Merrick John P., upholsterer Caleb Maxfield, house 355 
Merrick Josephine, clerk Public library, bds. 213 Purchase 
Merrick Maiy, widow, house 14 Bethel 
Merrick William, ship-carpenter, house Plain ville 
Meriihew Alice, widow of Stephen, house 45 Spring 
Merrihew Edmund, house 144 North Second 
Merrill Charles, box maker, house 68 South Second 
Merrill Edward, merchant, house 43 Seventh 
Merrill Joseph, seaman, house 9 Griffin 
Merritt Haskell Z., farmer, house Plainville 
Meyer George, hack driver, boards 205 Summer 
Meyer Herman, brakeman and baggage master O, C. R. 

R., boards 205 Summer 
Meyer Louis, clerk. Cedar, corner Smith, b. 205 Summer 
Meyer Sophia S., widow of Herman, house 205 Summer 
Michaud Clara Mrs., dressmaker, 89 Middle, house do. 
Mickell Frederick A., block and pump maker Jos. Taber, 

house 28 County avenue 
Millard Ebenezer, house Belleville road 
Millard Mark V., master mariner, boards 11 Fifth 
Miller Hannah, widow, house 238 Acushnet avenue 
Miller John C, seaman, boards 34 Howland 
Miller Joseph, weaver, house 5 Rivet 
Miller Lucy P., widow, house 70 Hillmau 
Miller Peter H., rope maker N. B. Cordage Co., house 66 

Arnold 
Miller William, junk dealer, house 165 South Front 
Milliken Charles D., dry goods, 1 Ricketson block, Union, 

corner Fourth, house 223 Union 
MILLIKEN EBEN C, baker, 435 and 439 Pur- 
chase, h. 437 do. [chase, h. 126 Pleasant 
Milhken Edward (E. Milliken & Son), grocer, 159 Pur- 
Milliken Edward R., paymaster Wamsutta mills, house 
125 Pleasant [cers, 251 Purchase 
Milliken E. & Son (Edward and Lewis E, Milliken), gro- 
Milliken Frank A., lawyer, Robeson bldg., b. 126 Pleasant 
Milliken George H., salesman, 1 Ricketson block, house 
82 Pleasant 



NEW BEDFOED [M] DIRECTORY. 183 

Milliken Lewis E. (E. Milliken & Son), 251 Purchase, h. 

55 Hillman 
Millise Henry, steward, boards Mansion House 
Mills James, provisions. Central market, 9 North Sixth, 

house 34: do. [Foster 

Mills John M., clerk, Central market, 9 North Sixth, h. 63 
Mills Joseph, loom fixer, house 6 Fulton court 
Mills Marshall T., 9 North Sixth, house 34 do. 
Mills Samuel, weaver, house rear 5 Ashley 
Mills William, mule spinner, boards 6 Austin court 
Milne Wm. O. ( Waite & Milne), 387 Purchase, house at 

Fall River 
Milton Ann E.; widow of David, house 50 Howland 
Mindo Joseph, boarding-house saloon, 153 South Water, 

50 Howland 
Mindo Mrs., widow, house 233^ South Second 
Miner Charles, remover of night soil, 16 Fourth 
Minier Deborah Mrs., house 113 Middle 
Minor John, laborer, house 8 Hampton court 
Minton Frank, hairdresser, 63 Union, boards 7 Cannon 
Miskill John, laborer, house 145 Acushnet avenue 
Miskill Simon, mill operative, boards 145 Acushnet av. 
Mitchell Augustus S., dressei- Wamsutta mills, h. 11 Locust 
Mitch.ell Belle M. Mrs., ladies' hair dressing rooms, 148 

Union, house do. 
Mitchell Daniel D., boatman, boards 29 Mill 
Mitchell David H., painter, boards Sheridan House 
Mitchell Edward, in city employ, house 6 Elm 
Mitchell Edwin, weaver, house shoe factory, Durfee 
Mitchell Eliza B. Mrs., h. 1 North Orchard, cor. Unioa 
Mitchell Elizabeth Miss, house 119 Allen 
Mitchell George A., overseer in Cordage factory, house 

282 Cedar 
Mitchell Jacob M. Rev., house 130 Smith 
Mitchell James, police officer, house M.axfield, extension 
Mitchell James A., laborer, house 124 Smith 
Mitchell John N., fireman, 125 North Water, house 65 

Maxfield 
Mitchell Joseph, shoemaker, boards 199 Kempton 
Mitchell Joseph P., boot maker, house 199 Kempton 
Mitchell Lavelia V., boards 6 Maxfield 
Mitchell Mary, widow, house 47 Sycamore 
Mitchell Nathaniel, hostler, house 523 Acushnet avenue 
Mitchell Robert, gardener Horatio Hathaway, 103 County, 

house 100 County " [Middle 

Mitchell Samuel H., boat builder. Fish Island, house 82 
Mitchell Samuel W., boat builder, boards 83 Middle 
Mitchell Susan E., widow of George F., house 6 Emerson 
Mitchell Susan E., widow, house 29 Mill 



184 NEW BEDFORD []l[] DIRECTORY. 

Mitchell William H., mastei' mariner, house 6 Maxfield 
Modesto John, laborer, house 50 Hovvland 
Moffatt Henry, ship-carpenter, house 90 Grinnell 
Moffitt John H., at Morse Twist Drill Co., h. 1 Borden 
MoflStt Maria, widow, house 1 Borden 
Mois William H., laboi'er, house rear 209 Middle 
Monaghan Erlward, glass maker, bds. 137 Acushnet ay. 
Monaghan Ellen M., widow of Martin D., house 137 

Acushnet avenue 
Monarch James, dye house, 125 Purchase, house 31 Elm 
MoncriefF David, grocer. State, cor. Hazard, h. 182 S^tate 
Moncrieff John, weaver, house Washburn, third on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Moncrieff Robert, weaver, house 182 State 
Moncrieff Robert John, weaver, boards 182 State 
Monge'au Adolphe, carder, house 4 Fulton court 
Monroe Augustus W., shoemaker, 198)^ Kempton, house 

200 do. 
Monroe Frederick S., clerk, 143 Union, b. 200 Kempton 
Monroe Robert H., laborer, house rear 163 Kempton 
Monroe, see also Munroe 

Montague Electa W. Miss, house 148 Kempton 
Montague Fannie H., widow of Daniel, h. 148 Kempton 
Monterio Michadl J., boarding-house, 170 South Water 
Monty Edward, tailor, boards 204 Pleasant 
Monty Frank, laborer Wamsutta mills, house 204 Pleasant 
Monty Frank, jr., painter, boards 204 Pleasant 
Monty Philip, hairdresser, boards 204 Pleasant 
Moody Thos. A., overseer Potomska mills, house 5 County 
Moore Albert W., weaver, house 48 Acushnet avenue 
Moore Alexander, agent N. E, Marble and Granite Works-, 

F^ourth, corner Spring, house 84 Arnold 
Moore Ellis, weaver Wamsutta mills, house 180 Pleasant 
Moore Emma L. Mrs., house 164>^ Kempton 
Moore George, clerk, 64 Purchase, bds. Clinton, cor. Ash 
Moore Isaac B., shoemaker, boards 61 Kempton 
Moore James, laborer, house 87 Arnold 
Moore James, house 503 7k.cushnet avenue 
Moore James E., hairdresser, house 11 Griffin 
Moore James E., clerk, 20 No. Water, b. 613 Acushnet av. 
Moore James F., machinist Mt. Washington Glass Co., 

and wood, 128 South Second, house 128 So. Second 
Moore Lewis S., mariner, house 128 South First 
Moore Martha, widow of Abrara, house 237 Middle 
Moore Moses, shoemaker, house North Atlantic 
Moore Priscilla Mrs., house 218 Middle 
Moore Robert FI. weaver, house 700 Acushnet avenue 
Moore Robert J., shoemaker, house 20 Emerson 
Moore Samuel C, farmer, house 96 Cedar 



NEW BEDFORD [M] DIRECTORY. 185 

Moore William, laborer, house Clinton, corner Ash 

Moran Antone, fisherman, house 128 South First 

Moran Francis, laborei-, house 83 Maxfield [Walnut 

Moran Jeremiali, engineer Denison Bros. & Co., house 12 

Alorancy Andrew, wood turner, house 169 Kempton 

Morey George E., laborer, house 63 Mill 

Morgan Elias T., laborer, house 83 Cedar 

Morgan Richard H., house 61 South Sixth 

Morgan Sarah R., widow of Chas. W., house 149 County 

Morgan S. GrifRtts, pi'esident Union for Good . Works, 

house 61 South Sixth 
Morgridge Charles H., carpenter, house 94 Fourth - 
Moriai'ty Edward, currier. Court, house 4 Tremont 
Moriarty Joseph T., painter, 192 So. Water, h. over do. 
Moriaity Thomas, laborer, house 107 South Front 
JMoriarty Timothy J., stonecutter, house 34 South 
Morin Charles, house 3 Hampton court 
.jMorin William, weaver, house 2 Hampton court 
Moroney Michael, laborer N. B. Copper works, house 

Washburn, ninth on right from Acushnet avenue 
MORKILiLi LdJCIUS H., machine and repair shop, 

87 Middle, house 15 Maxfield, cor. Acushnet avenue 
Morrill Mary, widow, house 10 Hazard court 
Morrill William B., clerk, 128K Union, bds. 15 Maxfield 
Morris Fiank J., cooper, house 116 So. First, cor. Howland 
JMorris A. N., carpenter, house 124 South First 
Morris James, mariner, house 105 South Front 
Morris James, weaver, house Washburn, fourth on right 

^ from North Front 
Morris John, fireman Wamsutta mills, bds. 191 Pleasant 
Morris John N., carpenter, 73 Grinnell, b. 123 So. Water 
Morrison Charles, laborer, house rear 41 Middle 
Moi'rison Edward, hostler, house 23,^-^ South Second 
Morrison James, carriage trimmer Brownell, Ashley & 

Co., house 101 Fifth 
Morrison Jerry, laborer, house rear 41 Middle 
Morrison John H., hostler, 20 South Second, bds. 23)^ do. 
Morrison Maiy Mrs., house rear 41 Middle 
Morrissey Daniel, currier, boards 36 South Second 
Morrissey Owen, bottler, boards 104 Union 
Morrissey Wm., pressman Allen & Hunt, h. 36 S. Second 
Moriisson William, mule-spinner, house 213 Pleasant 

Morro laborer, house 310 South Water 

Morse Alfred, farmei', house Durfee [av. 

Morse Ansel C, at Peii-ce& Bushnell's, h. 266 Acushnet 
Morse Asa T., woolen manufacturer, h. 37 North Sixth 
Morse Caroline Mrs., matron House of Correction, boards 

C. D. Burt's, Couit 
Morse Clinton, grocer, 151 Kempton, house 152 Mill 



186 NEW BEDFORD Qf] DIRECTORY. 

Morse Frederick (F. Morse & Co.), grocer, 239 Middle, 

house 106 Sycamore 
MORSE F. & CO. (Frederick and Henry A. Morse), 

grocers, 239 Middle 
Morse George, mason, house 77 Parker 
Morse Henry A. (F. Morse & Co.), grocer, 239 Middle, 

house 77 Parker 
Morse H. M., currier, boards 33 Kempton 
Morse Leonard H., fish peddler, house Shawmut avenue, 

near Durfee 
Morse Sarah A. Mrs., house 17 Pork 
Morse ThankfuU S. Miss, house 95 Linden 
Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co., George R. Stetson, 

superintendent, 20 Bedford, corner Fourth 
Morse Willard, dry goods, 665 Purchase, house 661 do. 
Moiton Charles A., jr., carpenter, boards 53 School 
Morton James A., machinist, house 73 State 
Morton Kate Miss, house 98 South Water 
Morton N. J., reporter New Bedford Mercury, boards 

Bancroft House 
Morton Seth, sail-maker, house 6 Skiff's avenue 
Morton -Jasper, mill operative, house South Front, near 

Blackmore 
Moslier Allen, 2d, marin-er, house Rural, near Allen 
Moslier Alvin, gardener, house 92 South Cottage 
Mosher Betsey, widow of Holder, house 270 County 
Mosher Charles A., carpenter, house 7 Borden 
Mosher Charles E. E., principal Parker street grammar 

school, house' 92 High 
Mosher Charles H., ice dealer, house 50 Spring 
Mosher Charles O., operative, house 14th on left side of- 

Washburn, from Acushnut avenue 
Mosher David A., laborer, house Rural, near Allen 
Mosher David A., jr., shoemaker, house 178 Allen 
Mosher Edward C., clerk, 295 Purchase, bds. 66 Spruce 
Mosher Frederick W., carriage builder G. L. Brownell, 

house 149 Fourth 
Mosher George S., house 270 County 
Mosher Henry C. W., teller Merchants National Bank, 

house 92 High 
Mosher Henry M., livery stable, 116 Grinnell, h. 31 County 
Mosher Isaac P., laborer, house 171 Hill 
Mosher James T., laborer, boards Rural, near Allen 
Mosher Joseph R., grocer, County, corner Smith, house 

89 Smith 
Mosher Loring N., boot freer, h. Dartmouth, opp. Fruit 
•Mosher Obadiah, blacksmith, house Plainville 
Mosher William J,, gilder, house 171 Mill 
Mosher Wm. S. (Mosher & Brownell), sash and blind 

manufacturer, house County, corner Delano 



NEW BEDFORD [M] DIRECTORY. 187 

MOSHER & BROWNELL (Wm. S. Mosher and 

Leander Brownell), sash and blind manufacturers, 

127 North Water [h. do. 

Mosslaiider Wm., ciwar store, on the Fairhaven bridge, 

Moulton Auo;iistus G., bookkeeper J. & W. R. Wing, 

house 45 Hillraan 
Moulton Charity, widow of Elias, house 35 Cove 
Moulton Frederick F., clerk, 85 Smith, boards do. 
Moulton Nathaniel, teamster, 56 Hill, house 61 do. 
Moulton William B., wood engraver, boards 52 Mill 
MOUNT PLEASANT GREEN HOUSES, 
Wm. A. Hathaway, proprietor, Mt. Pleasant, near 
R. R. station 
Mount Washington Glass Co., glass manufacturers, Pros- 
pect, near Howhmd 
Mowry Daniel C, cook, house 26 Oak 
Moynan Robert, police, house 2 West Maxiield 
Mudge Antone, fisherman, house 214 South Water 
Mulcahey William P., carpenter, house 255 South Water 
Muldoon Christopher, laborer, house 16 Cannon 
Muldoon John, weaver, house 203 Pleasant 
Mullen Patiick, weaver, house foot Turner's court 
Mulroy James, spinner, house 189 State 
Munroe Charles C, stone-cutter, boards 68 Spruce 
Munroe .John, junk dealer, house 79 Ash 
MUNROE JOSEPH P. G., stone-cutter, 145 West 

Campbell, house 58 Spruce 
Munroe Rebecca S., widow of Elisha, house 75 Prospect 
Munroe, see also Monroe 
Murdoch James 'A., machinist Morse Twist Drill Co., 

house 98 Bedford 
Murdoch John, janitor Middle street grammar school- 
house, house 195 Purchase 
Murphy Cornelius H., hack driver, h. 177 South Second 
Murphy Cornelius J., hack driver, 20 South Second, house 

16 Cannon 
Murphy Daniel C, laborer, house 16 Austin court 
Murphy Daniel D., laborer, house rear 100 North Second 
Murphy Daniel F., hostler W. H. Sherman, boards 559 

Acushnet avenue 
Murphy Dennis E., spinner, house 177 State 
Murphy Dennis F., frame polisher, bds. 109 So. Front 
Murjjhy Edward, weaver, boards 250 South Water 
Murpliy Francis, laborer N. B. Copper Works, house 

County, corner Linden 
Murphy Henry, spinner, house 15 Fulton court 
Murpliy James, laborer Hastings & Co., house 4 Harrison 
Murphy James jr., laborer, house rear 530 Acushnet av. 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, boards 182 Pleasant 



188 NEW BEDFORD []\[] DIRECTORY. 

Mur[)hy John, teamster Benj. F. Hathaway, house Cedar 

Grove, 1st on left from Acashnet avenue 
Murphy John, laborer, house 10 High 
Murphy John E., carpenter, house 182 Pleasant 
Murphy John H., blacksmith G. L. Brovvnell, house 147 

Acushnet avenue 
Murphy John H., mule-spinner, boards 250 South Water 
Murphy John J., carriage smith Geo. L. Brownell, house 

117 Arnold [Keinpton 

Murpliy John K., salesman T. J. GifFord & Co., boai-ds 3 
Murphy John S., weaver, boards 5 Wall 
Mui'phy Lizzie F. Miss, dressmaker, boards 3 Kempton 
Murphy Margaret, widow of Edward, h. 250 So. Water 
' Murphy Martin J., plumber, boards 3 Kempton 
Murpliy Michaely gardener, house 192 South First 
Murphy Michael, saloon, 431 Pui'chase, house do. 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 117 Arnold 
Murphy Michael J., hostler, house 69 Ash 
Murphy Patrick, man servant, 26 South Sixth, house do. 
Murpliy Robert,weaver Wamsutta mills, h. 18 Flampton ct. 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 196 South Second 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house 3 Kempton 
Murphy Timothy, laboi-er, house 561 Acushnet avenue 
Murphy Timothy F., horseshoer, house 559 Acushnet av. 
Murphy Timothy J., glass maker, house 104 So. Second 
Murphy Timothy J., undertaker, 235 Purchase, house 179 

Grinnell [sion House 

Murphy Walter E., printer Standard office, boards Man- 
Murray Edward C, master mariner, house 120 Pleasant 
Murray John W., cooper. City wharf, h. 118 So. Water 
Murray Joseph, mariner, house 111 Cedar 
Murray Larnard W., truckman, house 174 Cedar 
Murray Michael A., physician, 139 Purchase, rooms do. 
Murray Thomas, laborer, house 563 Acushnet avenue 
Murray William C, cooper, house 67 Prospect 
Murtagh Mary, widow, house rear 178 State 
Muspratt Annie J. Miss, tailoress, bds. 85,1^ South Sixth 
Muspratt George, cooper, house 853^ South Sixth 
Mutrie James, cigars and tobacco, 29 Purchase, boards 

Bancroft House 
Myrick Alexander G., cooper, house 13 Eighth 
Myrick Edwin, clerk, house 180 Purchase 
Myrick Walter R., clerk, boards 13 Eighth 

NANSETT ISAAC, boarding-house, 12 Cannon 
Nansett Peter, boarding-house, 110 South Water 
Nash James, seaman, boards 5 Morgan lane 
Nash Simeon, carriage builder, boards 73 Elm 
Nash Thankful Y., widow of Simeon, house 73 Elm 



NEW BEDFOED [^l DIEECfORY. 189 

Nash Thomas N., f-irmer, house 1121 Acushnet avenue, 

corner Nash road 
NATIONAL BANK OF COMHEKCE, 35 

North Water 
Naves Manuel, fisherman, house 46 Ilowland 
Neagus ChnrU's R., laborer, house 19 Grape 
Neagns William, farmer, house 20 Grape 
Neagus WiUiam H., mason, h, Dartmouth, cor. Babbitt 
Neat George A., clerk, 129 Union, house 170 Middle 
Neal William, carriage painter, house 170 Grinnell 
Neal William F., shoemaker, boards 170 Grinnell 
Neary Elizabeth, widow, boards 2}4 Austin 
Negus Adoniram, engineer, boards 25 Kempton 
Negus Charles H., laborer, house Jenney, cor. Kempton 
Negus Elizabeth F., widow, house 44 South" Second 
Negus Ellery, cooper, house 86 Kempton 
Negus Ira S., machinist, house 155 West Campbell 
Negus Lewis D. F., boards 44 South Second 
Neil Joseph C, laborer, house 230 South Second 
Nelson Charlotte M. Miss, house 152 William 
Nelson Elizabeth Mrs., house foot Davis 
Nelson Georoje, mason, 20.0 South Second, house do. 
Nelson Hugh, coachman, boards 69 Elm 
Nelson James, weaver, house 694 Acushnet avenue 
Nelson Martin S., fish dealer, County, corner Smith, bds. 

42 Campbell 
Nelson Mary A., widow of Thomas, house 159 Elm 
Nelson Peter, rigger, house 67 South Second 
Nelson Racheel M., widow, house 51 Mill 
Nelson Richard, laborer, boards 45 Cove 
Nelson Thomas, weaver, house 6 Hazard 
Nelson Walter H., mason, house Cove, near County 
Nelson William, laborer, house 6 Cannon 
Nelson William H., laborer, house 155 Kempton 
Nesbett Frederick B., dentist, 160 Purchase, house do. 
Nesmith Eleanor W., widow of Carver P., h. 120|- Union 
Nester Mary, widow, house 264 South Second 
Nester Thomas, weaver, house 264 South Second 
Netcher George E., master mariner, house 89 Kempton 
Netcher George F,, police officer, h. 49 Mechanics lane 
New ]5edford Band, 6 Liberty Ilall building 
New Bedford Coffee and Spice Mills, 19 North Second 
NEW BEDFORD COPPER CO., office Rod- 
man, corner North Front 
NEW BEDFORD CORDAGE CO., office 

Rotch's square, Factory, Court street 
NEW BEDFORD DAILY AND WEEKLY 

3IERCURY, office 92 Union 
New Bedford Economy Co., 387 Purchase 



190 NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 

NEW BEDFORD FIVE CENTS SAVINGS 
BANK, Purchase, corner Mechanics lane 

New Bedford Gas Light Co., office 70 South Water 

New Bedford Ice Co., office and depot, 9 Fourth, Moses 
E. Hatch, treasui'er 

NEW BEDFORD IMPROVED CONCRETE 
AND ROOFING CO., A. W. Perkins, man- 
ager, Cedar, corner Ililhnaii 

NEW BEDFORD INSTITUTION FOR 
SAVINGS, William, corner Second 

NEW BEDFORD IRON FOUNDRY, Ed- 
mund Grinnell, proprietor, 90 and 92 South Water 

NEW BEDFORD MACHINE SHOP, Wm. 
Wattie, manager, 90 South Water 

New Bedford Monumental Marble Works, 21 Fourth, 
corner Spring 

New Bedford Novelty Co., 9 Rodman 

NEW BEDFORD TANNERY, Dewson, Williams 
& Co., propiittors. Court 

NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., mecbanics' tools, 
65 William, corner Acushuet avenue 

New Bedford Tow Boat Co., 58 South Water 

New Bedford, Vineyard and Nantucket Steamboat Co., 
office over Merchants National Bank, North Water 

New Bedford and Fairhaven Hoi'se Railroad Company, 
office 442 Purchase, corner Pearl 

NEW BEDFORD & NEW YORK STEAM- 
SHIP CO., office 6 Commercial wharf 

Newell Norville, machinist M. T. D. (Jo., h, 17 Wing 

New England Embroidery Co., 355 Acushnet avenue 

New England Marble and Granite Works, A. Moore, 
agent, foot of School, Mofnohansett wharf 

New England Mutual Aid Scjciety, Liberty Hall building 

Newton Mark, section hand Wa'msutta mills, house 19 
Fulton court 

Newton Maiy, widow, house 216 South Water 

NEW YORK SOUTHERN AND WESTERN 
EXPRESS, Hatch & Co., and Davenport, Mason 
& Co., 5 iiicketson block 

Nichles George, seaman, boards 49 South Second 

Nicholas John, Jii.ariner, house 24 First 

Nicholas Joseph, weaver, house 9 Fulton court 

Nichols Andrew J., shoemaker, house* Vine, near Durfee 

Nichols George M., agent tripe factory, house Belleville 
road, Head of the River 

Nichols John J., Laborer, house 128 Ash 

Nichols John P. (Wood, Brightman & Co.), tin plate and 
sheet iron worker, 45 North Water, house 33 Mill 

Nichols Leander P., clerk, 129 Union, house 59 Foster 



NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 191 

Nicholson Jolin B., laborer N. B. Water works, h. 160 Mill 
Nickerson Alexander G., laborer, h. 103 North Second 
Nickerson Amelia, widow, house 93 First, corner Bash 
Nickerson George Y., auctioneer and dealer in second- 
hand articles, 2"2 Sout'i Water, house 54 Pleasant 
Nickerson Gilbert, restaurant, 26 South Water 
Nickerson John F., carpenter, house 146 North S.econd 
Nickerson John W., deputy sheriff, 23 North Water, 

house 37 Maxfield 
Nickerson John W., jr., clerk, boards 37 Maxfield 
Nickerson Mary J. Mrs., fancy goods and shells, 140 Pur- 
chase, house 54 Pleasant 
Nickerson Thomas, turnkey House of Correction, boards 

Charles D. Burt's, Court 
Nickhis Joseph, saloon, 26 William, house 9 Fulton court 
Nickolson William J., rigger, house 43 Middle 
Nicoll James, ship-carpenter, house 32 Franklin 
Nistle Charles, weaver, house 8 Austin court 
Noble Ezekiel H., physician, 175 Purchase, house do. 
Noia Manuel J., laborer, house 128 South Front 
Nolan Joseph, carder, house 9 North Front 
Nolan Joseph, carder, house 10 Hampton court 
Nolan Flevian, laborer Warasutta mills, h. 4 Hampton ct. 
Nolan William, laborer, house 10 Hampton court 
Noland Phillip, house 163 State 
Noones Manuel J., cigar maker, house 62 Gi'innell 
Noones Rosa Philmena Mrs., dressmaker, house 137 

Acushnet avenue 
Nooning Addie A. (H. H. Nooning & Co.), millinery, 

etc., 4 and 6 Purchase, house 23 North 
Nooning Eliza Mrs., house 180 (bounty 
Nooning Hannah H. (H. H. Nooning & Co.), millinery, 

etc., 4 and 6 Purchase, house 23 North 
Nooning H. H. & Co. (Hannah H. and Addie A. Noon- 
ing), millinery and fancy dry goods, 4 and 6 Purchase 
X\ooning Johanna M., house last on Washburn, right 

hand side 
Normandin Arcade, card stripper, boards 4|^ Austin. 
Norniandin Arsene, operative, boards 4r}4 Austin 
Noimamlin Canville, laborer, house 4)^ Austin 
Normandin Joseph, house 210 Pleasant 
Normandin Louis, pnysician, boards 206 Pleasant 
Normandin Louis, card stripper, boards 4)4 Austin 
Normandin Louis, laborer, house 8 Flampton court 
Normandy William, sl\oemaker, house 70 Kempton 
Norris Elizabeth, widow of Geo. W., house 27 School 
Norris John, weaver, house 13 Rivet 
Norris Thomas, weaver, house 183 State 
Norton Augusta E., widow of Hiram, house 93 Fourth 



192 NEW BEDFORD []^] DIRECTORY. 

Norton Eliza G., widow of Micajah W., house 59 Me- 
chanics lane 
Norton Patrick H., laborer, house 220 Kempton 
Norton William J., cooper, house 109 Chestnut 
Norton William J., jr., house 64 South Second 
Norton William O., painter Barrows, Lawton & Co., 

house 100 Fifth 
Norton William T., carpenter, boards 146 Middle 
Norwood John, laborer, house 39 Middle 
Notter John, grocer, 182 County, house do. 
Nourie Louis, shoemaker, house 3 Austin court 
Noyer Joseph B. (Noyer & Lemos), 137 South Water, 

house 151 do. 
Noyer Manuel J., laborer, house 128 South Front 
Noyer & Lemos (Joseph B. Noyer and Joseph Lemos), 

hairdressers, 137 South Water 
Nugent Thomas, house 126 South First 
Nunge Manuel Joseph, cigar makei', house 62 Grinnell 
Nutter Charles S. Rev., pastor Allen street Methodist 

Episcopal church, house 95 Grinnell 
Nuttle Jeremiah, weaver, house off Tarkiln hill road, near 

railroad 
Nuttle William T., weaver, boards 620 Purchase 
Nye Adeline S. Miss, house 67 Bedford 
Nye Clark D., shoemaker Hathaway, Soule & Harring- 
ton, house 37 School 
Nye David B., Elast Falmouth Express, office 52 William, 

house at Falmouth 
Nye Deborah, widow of Nathaniel, house 74 Sycamore 
Nye Ebenezer, salesman Tucker & Cummings, house 285 

Acushnet avenue 
Nye Ebenezer F., master mariner, house 160 County 
Nye Edward C, clerk, 111 Fourth, bds. 285 Acushnet av. 
Nye Eliza A., widow of Willard, house (Riverside), 

Acushnet avenue 
Nye Ella C. Miss, clerk post-office, boards 21 Pleasant 
Nye Franklin K. S., house 74 Hillman 
Nye .George E., musician, boards Mariners Home 
Nye Harrison G. O., painter, h. Mariners Home, 15 Bethel 
Nye Harrison G. O., jr., machinist, h. 65 South Second 
Nye H. G. O. Mrs., prop. Mariners Home, 15 Bethel, h. do. 
Nye Louisa J. Mrs., millinery, 20 Pleasant, house 21 do. 
Nye Lucy A. Miss, house 14 Cypress 
Nye Mary V. B., widow of Asa R., house 171 Middle 
Nye Meribah W., widow of Franklin, h. 184 Acushnet av. 
Nye Obed C. (Bliss & Nye), crockery, 121 Union, house 

67 Bedford 
Nye Pardon, carpenter, house Acushnet avenue 
Nye Ruth Jane, widow of Isaiah, house 105 High 



NEW BEDFORD [Q] DIRECTORY. 193 

Nye Sally S., widow of Nathaniel H., house 228 County 
JfYE SYLVANUS G., commission merchant, 35 

Union, house 82 School 
Nye Thomas, jr., house 263 County 
Nye Willard, house (Riverside), Acushnet avenue 
NYE WILLIAM F., machinery, burning and lubri- 
cating oil, South pier, Fish Island, house 200 Main, 
Faivhaven 
Nye William H., shoemaker, house 171 Summer 

OAKLY JAMES M., house 6 Bethel 

Oakly James M. Mrs., saloon, 65 Union, house 6 Bethel 

O'Brien Bernard, glass-cutter, house 188 South First 

O'Brien Daniel, laborer, house 67 South Water 

O'Brien John, laborer, house 16 Franklin 

O'Brien John, laborer N. B. Copper Works, house County 

2d on right from Austin 
O'Brien John, at Warasutta mills, bds. Timothy O'Brien's, 

Washburn 
O'Brien John, weaver, boards 16 Franklin 
O'Brien Mary Mrs., house 128 South Front 
O'Brien Owen, gardener, house 7 Harrison 
O'Brien Patrick, bar-tender, 4 Pearl, boards 16 Franklin 
O'Brien l^itrick, spinner, boards Timothy O'Brien's, 

Washburn 
O'Brien Sophia, widow, house Cedar Grove 
O'Brien Thomas, shoemaker, house 148 North Second 
O'Brien Timothy, laborer, house Washburn, 3d on right, 

below North Front 
O'Connell John, mule-spinner, house First, cor. Potoraska 
O'Connell Peter, weaver Potomska mills, house 266 

South Second 
O'Conner Catharine, widow of Thomas, h. 129 Grinnell 
O'Connor Cornelius, conductor O. C. R. R., boards 524 

Purchase 
O'Connor Frank, pressman, house 43 County 
O'Connor Frank, 2d, boards 70 County 
O'Connor Henry H., clerk, boards 43 County 
O'Connor James, bakers' driver, 173 Union, house 147 

Acushnet avenue 
O'Connor John, hackman, boards 129 Grinnell 
O'Connor Mark M., tanner, house Atlantic, n. Arnold 
O'Connor William C, clerk, 63 County, boards 43 do. 
Odarns William, steward, house 7 Elm 
Oemette Joseph, clerk Jenney Bros., 519 and 521 Pur- 
chase, house 19 Hazard court 
Oesting Charles A. W., cigar ranfr. and dealer, 50 Pur- 
chase, house 202 Kempton 
Oesting Frederick William, clerk, boards 11 Liberty 
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194 NEW BEDFORD [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Oesting J. Paul, cigar maker, 50 Purchase, boards 202 

Kerapton 
Oesting William, livery stable, house 11 Liberty 
Offley Greensbury W., farmer, house 1 Rockdale avenue" 
Offley John R., hairdresser. Liberty Hall bldg., h. Hilhnan 
Ogden James, bobbin turner, boards 291 South Water 
Ogden John, weaver Wamsutta mills, h. 16 Fulton court 
Ogden William, weaver Wamsutta mills, b. 7 Fulton ct. 
Ogden William, weaver Wamsutta mills, h. 253 So. F'irst 
O'Halloran Rosa M., widow of Michael, h. 41 North Sixth 
O'Halloran Thomas, carpenter, house 41 North Sixth 
O'Hara Ellen, widow, house 2 Turner's court 
OTIara Jolm, mule-spinner, house 15 Austin court ^ 
O'Hara Mary A., Midow of Thomas, house 51 County 
O'Hara William, baker City farm, (Jlark's point 
O'Hara William, mule-spinner, house 11 Logan 
O'Hearn Patrick, weaver, house 9 Hampton court 
Old Colony R. R., L N. Marshall, agent, 442 Purchase 

and 3 and 7 Commercial 
O'Leary Patrick, laborer Mrs. Eliza A. Nye, Acushnet 

avenue, house Bowditch, near Sawyer 

O'Leai-y , laborer, house South First street place 

Oliver Aberdeen, house" Kempton, near Watson 

Oliver Hannah C, widow, house 90 Maxfield 

Oliver Hudson J., apothecary clerk, 49 Purchase, boards 

247 Middle 
Oliver John, ship-carpenter, house 186 Kempton 
Oliver John B., mariner, house 227 South Second 
Oliver Joseph E., laborer, house Kempton, near Watson 
Oliver Nathan, boards Aberdeen Oliver's, Kempton 
Oliver Richard W., hairdresser, house 148 Cedar 
Olmsted Henry M., machinist, h. County, corner Sherman 
Olstein John L., I'icrger, 6 City wharf, h. 203 Middle 
O'Malley Ellen, widow of Owen, house 82 Middle 
O'Malley Patrick, spinner Wamsutta mills, h. 190 State 
O'Malley Thomas, laborer, house 567 Acushnet avenue 
Oman Andrew, cabinet maker, 86 Elm, house do. 
Oman Charles A., house 14 Allen 
Oman Elias, pump and block maker, house 14 Allen 
O'Meara Morgan, waiter, house rear 146 Middle 
O'Neil Eliza, widow of Patrick, house 36 Emerson 
O'Neil Henry J., carriage trimmer George L. Brownell, 

boards 536 Purchase 
O'Neil James, laborer, house 71 First 
O'Neil James, bar tender, 634 Acuslinet avenue, bds. do. 
O'Neil Jeremiah, machinist, boards State, near Austin 
O'Neil John, fiieman Wamsutta mills, house 178 State 
O Neil John, laborer Prussian Blue Works, h". 9 Atlantic 
O'Neil John, laborer, house 134 South Front 



NEW BEDFOKD [Q] DIRECTORY. 195 

O'Neil John, laborer, house 5 Chancery 

O'Neil John, laborer, house 152 North 

O'Neil Julia, widow of John, house 35 Allen 

O'Neil Margaret, widow of Henry, boarding-house, 536 

Purchase 
O'Neil Margaret, widow of John, house 147 Acushuet av. 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house rear 35 Smith 
O'Neil Peter, weaver, house 606 Purchase 
O'Neil Sally, widow, house Washburn, 3d on right from 

Acushnet avenue 
O'Neil Thomas F., shoemaker, boards 36 Emerson 
O'Neil William, laborer, house 9 Bush 
O'Neill Cornelius, brakeman O. C. R. R., h. 218 Pleasant 
Onley Charles H., tailor, 13 Purchase, house 87 Smith 
Onley Frederick H., at 13 Purchase, boards 87 Smith 
Onley Henry (Nevada), house 87 Smith 
Onley Martha Mrs.,, house 87 Smith 
Openshaw Mary Mrs., house Robeson, near Ashland 
Orcutt Eliza A., Avidow of Nelson, house 66 Forest 
Ormerod Jas., weaver, b. Richard Ormerod's, Washburn 
Ormerod Richard, weaver, house Washburn, 8th on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Orraond John, laborer, house 8 High 
Ormsbee Lucy A., widow of Caleb, house 30 Elm 
O'Rourke Elizabeth, widow of William, house 127 South 

Orchard 
O'Rourke William H., weaver, bds. 127 S. Orchard 
Orphans Home, Clark's point road, corner Cove 
Orr Samuel B., carriage painter Geo. L. Brownell, house 

15 Griffin 
Orworth John, weaver, boards 16 Hazard court 
Osbourne Absalom (Osbourne & Eldridge), shoemaker, 

31 Cannon, boards 73 South Sixth 
Osbourne & Eldridge (Absalom Osbourne and George T. 

Eldridge), boot and shoemakers, 31 Cannon 
Osgood Abram G., house 9 Chancery 
Osgood Mary A., widow of Edward A., h. 9 Chancery 
Osgood William S., currier, house 299 Kempton 
Otheman Bartholomew, jr., house 4 Sears 
Otis Edmund G., apothecary, Union, corner Pleasant, 

boards 10 Eighth 
Otis Thomas, house 10 Eighth 

Ottiwell Sarah D. Miss, teacher High school, h. 85 Elm 
Otto Frederick, house 188 Elm 
Outlaw Walton, waiter Parker House, boards do. 
Overton Charles H., liairdresser, under Parker House, 

boards 124 Purchase 
Owen Joseph, house 97 Linden 
Owen William, weaver, boards 97 Linden 



196 NEW BEDFORD [P] DIEECTORY. 

PACKARD ABIJAH S., slater, boards W. H. Pack- 
ard's, Willis, near County 

Packard Arthur W., clerk E. Packard, boards 55 Walnut 

Packard Charles, boots and shoes, house 69 Hi,o;h 

Packard Charles H., clerk E. Packard, boards 55 Walnut 

Packard Eliphalet, clothing dealer. North Second, oppo- 
site Post-OfSce, house 55 Walnut 

Packard George L., painter, house 188 South First 

Packard George W., fiirmer atid boarding-house, 6 Pearl, 
house do, 

Packard George W. H., boards William H. Packard's, 
rear Willis, near County 

Packard Horace B., clerk E. Packard, boards 55 Walnut 

Packard Lydia H. Mrs., millinery, 11 Pleasant (Cheap- 
side), house 69 High 

Packard William H., house rear Willis, near County 

Packer Alfred L., carpenter, house 42 Crape 

Paddack George R,, watches, 259 Purchase, house Sum- 
mer, corner Campbell 

Paddock John L., blacksmith Morse Twist Drill and Ma- 
chine Co., house 21 Allen 

Paddock William C, sea captain, house 2 Cypress 

Pager Eli, student, boards 295 Cedar 

Pager George Rev., pastor Church of the Sacred Heart, 
house north side Robeson, second above Cedar 

Pager Henry, contractor, house 295 Cedar 

Pager Victor, printer, boards 295 Cedar 

Paige George, tin peddler, boards T. P. Terry's, Mill road, 
Head of the River 

Paige James H., junk dealer, boards T. P. Terry's, Mill 
road. Head of the River 

Paine Benoni R., manager Western Union Telegraph of- 
fice, 26 North Water, house 97 Aqushnet avenue 

Paine Charles L., clerk N. B. Five Cents Savings Bank, 
house 131 Summer [house do. 

Paine George A., fish market, 402 Purchase, cor. Willis, 

Paine George W. (S. S. Paine & Brother), lime, North 
Front, corner Hazard's wharf, house 137 Summer 

Paine Matilda J., widow of Henry J., h. 1 West Maxfield 

Paine Nathan L., clerk River Queen, house 131 Summer 

Paine Olin S., clerk S. S. Paine & Brother, boards 504 
Acushnet avenue 

Paine Samuel S. (S. S. Paine & Brother), lime. North 
Front, cor. Hazard's wharf, house 504 Acushnet av. 

Paine S. S. & Brother (S. S. and George W. Paine), lime, 
bricks and cement. No. Front, cor. Hazard's wharf 

PAISLEK CHARLES S., masons' building ma- 
terials, 118 North Water, boards 146 Kempton 

Paisler Henry, mariner, boards 146 Kempton 



THE UNION BAKERY, 

Nos. 210, 212 & 214 Purchase, cor. North St., 
NEW BEDFORD J MASS. 



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CaJces, Pies, and Sread, of 
every description, made of the 
very best stock. 

CracJ^ers, all the various kinds. 

J^i'tiit and Confectionery of 
tlie nicest quality. 

Fork and Beans, Srown 
Bread and Fiiddinf/s ,e\ery 
Sunday morning. 

Family Dishes cooked at any 
hour in the best manner. 

JLtixiivies, Fairs, Picnics, Balls, 
Dinner and Evening Parties, 
furnished with every kind of 
Table Luxury at short notice. 

Ornamented Cake constantly 
on hand; and Cake Frosted for 
families on liberal terms. 



ALSO, AGENT FOR 



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Practical Hatter, 

mantifactOjRY and salesroom 

122 1-2 Union Street, HEW PEiFiiO. 



N. B.— Altering- and Repairing- a Specialty. 

QUINTON F. COLLINS & CO., 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 

Account Books of any desired pattern made to order. 
Books, Magazines, Etc., bound at short notice. 

34 North Second, cor. William Street, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



QUlNTON F. COLLrNS, \ 

Jo.siAH S. Tappan, ) 





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APOTHECARY, 

150 Union Street, corner Fifth, 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



FIRST ■ CLASS DRUGS, REMEDIES, 
Nursery and Toilet Articles 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Also, a Full Line of Homoeopathic Remedies, 

SUCH AS 

TINCTURES, MEDICATED GLOBULES, Etc. 

N. B. — We are prepared to furnish any article usually found in any drug 
store, such as Toilet Articles of all kinds, to^'ether with a good stock of 

IMPORTED CIGARS, 

As good as can be found in the City. 

Our prescriptions are prepared by a careful man, and Particular Atten- 
tion will be given to them. "We would respectfully invite the people of New 
Bedford to favor us with a call, as we flatter ourselves we can satisfy the most 
fastidious. 




BOFT FORGET THE NDMBEE, 

150 UNION STREET, 

CORNER FIFTH. 




NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORY. 197 

Palmer Anrlrevv R., boots and shoes, 131 Union, boards 

127 Middle 
Palmer Ephraim C, stair builder, house 100 High 
Palmer George H., lawyer and patent solicitor, 13 Robe- 
son building, house at Fairhaven 
Palmer Harry, house Linden court 
Palmer Henry F., carriage painter Geo. L. Brownell, 

house 30 Allen 
Palmer John, spinner, boards 193 Pleasant 
Palmer Rhoda, widow, house 59 Elm 
Palmer William R,., salesman, 131 Union, h. 127 Middle 
Palmer Willis F., mason, boards 8 Chancery 
Paquette Louis, shoemaker, house 164 Pleasant 
Paquette Thomas, weaver, house County, near Austin 
Pardee Lewis O., mason, boards 56 William 
Parker Betsey, widow, boards 9 North 
Parker Charles, cooper. City wharf, house 2 Walnut 
Parker Charles, jr., clerk, boards 2 Walnut 
Parker Charles C. Mrs., house 48 Howland 
Parker Charles L., painter, house 348 South Water 
Parker Daniel H., farmer, house Belleville road. Head of 

the River 
Parker David L. (Parker & Haskell), house 83 Fourth 
Parker Frederick, confectionery, also powder, 11 Pur- 
chase, house 289 Acushnet avenue, corner School 
Parker Frederick, carpenter, house 254 Purchase 
Parker George H., engineer Onward S. F. E., No. 1, 
house 117 Pleasant [135 Washington 

Parker George W., bookkeeper Tucker & Cumraings, h. 
Parker George W., roll turner Gosnold Iron Foundry, 

house 138 Campbell 
Parker Hayden, machinist, house 42 Summer 
Parker Helen Mrs., house 289 Acushnet avenue 
PARKER HEXRY W., apothecary, 150 Union, 

house 83 P^ourth 
PARKER HOUSE, Holder M. Brownell, proprietor, 

Purchase, corner Middle 
Parker Jacob S., boarding-house. Union, corner Purchase 
Parker James, tinsmith, house 50 Court 
Parker James N., carpet salesman, 34 Purchase, house 

120 Pleasant 
Parker John C, weaver, boards 3 Austin 
Parker Joseph A., carpenter and ship joiner, h. 65 Cypress 
Parker Julia A., widow of Jonathan, h. Acushnet avenue 
Parker Lawi'ence H., house 83 Fourth 
Parker Leander V., blacksmith, Acushnet avenue, junction 

Mill road, house at Acushnet 
Parker Obadiah S., roller, house 3 Austin 
Parker Paretta L. Miss, house 63 Kempton 



198 ISTEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORY. 

Parker Stephen E., ship-carpenter, h. Rockdale avenue 
PARKEK WARD M., house 83 Fourth 
Parker Warren W. (P;irker & Sherman), tin and sheet 
iron worker, Union, corner Water, house Acushnet 
avenue^- corner High 
Parker William, farmer, house Skiff's avenue 
Parker William C, jr., lawyer, room I Robeson building, 

house 81 Thomas 
Parker William, card grinder Wamsutta mills, house 17 

Austin court 
Parker & Haskell (David L. Parker and Edward P. Has- 
kell, jr.), coal dealers. North Front, foot of Middle 
PARKER & SHERMA.N (Warren W. Parker 
and James H. Sherman), tin and sheet iron workers, 
Water, corner Union 
Parkinson Thomas, weaver, house 153 State 
Parks Joseph, loom fixer, house 249 South First 
Parlow Ebenezer, carpenter Wamsutta mills, house 178 

Pleasant 
Parlow Ezra, currier, boards 6 Pearl 
PARLOW GEORGE F., photographer, 5 Pur- 
chase, house 175 William 
Parlow James M., road master O. C. R. R.. h, 44 Parker 
Parlow Loring T., foreman Job Wade, Wall, near Acush- 
net avenue, house 14 Mill 
Parlow Wilmot L., carriage trimmer Geo, L, Brownell, 

house 68 State 
Parr James, machinist, 90 South Water, boards 39 Fligh 
Parris Job S., sewing machines, 2 Cheapside, h. 75 Middle 
Parsons Charles W., bridge contractor, h, 419 Purchase 
Parsons Ebenezer, shoemaker, 184 Kempton, house Oest- 

ing, near Kempton 
Parsons Emma O., widow of Israel F,, house 129 Elm 
Parsons Israel F., widow, house 131 Elm 
Parsons James, shoemaker, house 17 Spruce 
Parsons Sarah L. Mrs., house Bethel court 
Parsons Sarah R. Mrs., boards 155 Pleasant 
Parsons Thomas L., agent Liberty Hall, supt. Liberty 
Hall Bill Posting Co., and stock broker, room 5 Lib- 
erty Hall building, house 131 Elm 
Partington William, picture framer, house 2 Austin 
Pasell Francis H., gardener, house Mt. Pleasant, near the 

reservoir 
Patnaude Alfred, at Wamsutta mills, house Smith's block, 

State, near Linden 
Patnaude Joseph, clerk, 663 Purchase, house 702 do. 
Patterson Samuel A., house 262 County 
Patterson Thomas, rope maker, house 19 Cypress 
Paul Frank, house 128 Acushnet avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORY. 199 

Paul James M., house 7 First 

Paul John C, worsteds and trimmings, 31 Purchase, h. do. 
Paul Joseph, variety store, 157>2 South Water, house do. 
Paul Sylvester, carriage smith, house Tarkiln hill road 
Pauldiiig Herbert R. V- B. Paulding & Co.), house 237 

A'jushnet avenue 
Paulding John B. (John B. Paulding & Co.), house 176 

Grinnell 
Paulding John B. & Co. (John B, and Herbert R. Pauld- 
ing), boot mnfrs.. North Front, corner Rotch 
Paulding John I., clerk, boards 176 Grinnell 
Paulding Wm. A., bookkeeper Hatch & Co., express, 

house 209 South Second 
Pauline Frank, fartner, house 149 South First 
Paupor Ralph, laborer Wamsutta mills, house 2 Hamp- 
ton court 
Payne Francis T., laborer,, house 108 Cedar 
Payne Nnthan, currier, rooms rear 545 Acushnet avenue 
Pease Frank R., clerk 183 County, boards 167 do. 
Pease James H., house 242 County 
Pease Madeline R., widow of Manuel, h. 66 So. Second 
Pease Mary, widow of Zephaniah, house 142 So. First 
Pease Peleg Mrs., medicines and variety store, 74 Grin- 
nell. house 142 South First 
Pease Thomas, seaman, house 35 Howland 
Pease William A., apothecary, 183 County and 527 Pur- 
chase, house 167 do. 
Pease Wm. W., machinist, house 83 Washington 
Pease Zepli W., clerk, 74 Grinnell, boards 142 So. First 
Peck Arthur L., at 20 No. Water, boards at Fairhaven 
Peck George G., carpenter, boards 17 (Chestnut 
Peck James N., painter, boards 6 Bethel 
Peckham Benj., mason, house Acushnet avenue 
Peckham Caleb C, baker S. Watson & Son, h. 49 County 
Peckham Carrie F. Miss, teacher North primary school, 

Acushnet avenue, boards Mrs; Mary P. Ashley's 
Peckham Elisha N,, cooper, house 231 South Second 
Peckham Frank B., clerk, 203 Acushnet avenue, boards 

13 Morgan's lane 
Peckham Frederick D., brakeman O. C. R. R., house Max- 
field, near railroad 
Peckham Gideon, mason, house Acushnet avenue 
Peckham Israel, blacksmith F. C. Terry, h. at Acushnet 
Peckham .John B., gardener, 15 County, h. Fair, n. County 
Peckham Lucy, widow of Stephen, house 14 Sherman 
Peckham Martin V. B., baker H. H. Fisher, bds. 49 County 
Peckham Reuben, mason, house Acushnet avrnue 
Peckham Samuel G., laborer, house 13 Morgan's lane 
Peckham Samuel W., laborer, boards 14 Sherman 



200 NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTOET. 

Peckham Wm. R., engineer Thayer & Judcl, h, 233 Cedar 
Pedigrew John, h\borer, house 78 Union 
Pedro Antone J., laborer, house 252 South Water 
Pedro Frank, laborer, house 177 Allen 
Pedro Fraid<, laborer, house 149 Acushnet avenue 
Pedro John H., clei'k, 28 Rowland, house 2Q}4 flo- 
Pedro Joseph H., variety store, 28 Rowland, house do. 
Pedrozo Manuel A., clerk 111 Union, house Acushnet av- 
enue, corner Rowland 
Peed Thomas J., shoemaker, 15 Fourth, house Acushnet 

avenue, corner Rivet 
Peeling Geo., clerk, boards 614 Purchase 
Peeling Martha, widow of Joseph, house 104 Ash 
Peets Chas. FI., fireman N. ,B. Copper Works, h. 3 Grand 
Peets George B., laborer, bds. Renry Peet's, Shawmutav. 
Peets Henry, blacksmith N. B. Copper Works, house 

Shawmut avenue, near Durfee 
Peets Wm. F., mason, house 96 Smith 
Peirce Abbie A., widow of B. W., h. 1443-^ Union 
Peirce Amanda, wid. of Charles M., jr., house 22 Parker 
Peirce Andrew B., clerk Isaac 0. Sherman, Fouith, cor- 
ner Bedford, boards Robert McKenzie's, Ocean 
■Peirce Annie L. Miss, house 72 South 
Peirce Asa C. (Peirce & Bushnell), store 58 No. Water, 
and factory 72, 74 and 76 North Water, house 42 Fifth 
Peirce Benj. W., estate of, engravings, 146 Union 
Peirce Bessey P. Miss, teacher, house 65 Summer 
Peirce Charles F., at B. W. Peirce's, 146 Union, b. 144^ do. 
PEIRCE CHARLES H., treasurer New Bedford In- 
stitution for Savings, William, corner North Second^ 
house Maj^le, corner Ash 
Peirce Charles M., drain pipe mnfr.. No. Water, h. 75 Elm 
Peirce Charles W., florist Wra. Peirce, 162 Union, boards 

Wm. Peirce's, Clinton 
Peirce David B., police officer, house 151 West Campbell 
Peirce David R., carpenter, house 83Maxfield 
Peirce Easton Y., florist Wm. Peirce, boards William 

Peirce's, CIint»)n, corner Ash 
Peirce Elisha K., engraver, boards 144,!^ Union 
Peirce Ellery (Bryant & Peirce), provisions, h. 65 Summer 
Peirce Frank, boarding-house, 89 South Sixth 
Peirce Frank E., tin ))late worker, boards 65 Summer 
PEIRCE GEORGE, organ and piano-forte tuner, 

162 Union, house Washington avenue, near Pearl 
Peirce Herbert S., second-hand furniture, 237 South 

Water, house do. 
Peirce Joanna L., widow of Otis H., house 86 Mill 
Peirce John W., cooper, house 44 Fifth 
Pe.irce Julia A., widow of Wm. C, house 84 Seventh 



NEW BEDFOED [P] DIRECTORY. 201 

PEIRCE LAVELLO I., wheelwrigtit and wagon 

builder, rear 150 South Water, h. 122 Acushnet av. 
Peirce Leland C, clerk, boards 75 Elm 
Peirce Lloyd D., house 122 Acushnet avenue 
Peirce Lloyd N., cooper, 190 South Water, house 122 

Acushnet avenue 
Peirce Lucius E., grocer, 59 North Second, h. Middle 
Peirce Martin L., mason, house 86 Mill 
Peirce Mary M., dressmaker, 11 Chestnut, house do. 
Peirce Nancy, widow, house 7 Willis 
Peirce Simeon, farmer, house 4 Skiffs avenue 
Peirce Stephen L),, clerk Packard's clothing house, house 

49 Maxfield 
Peirce Thomas R., cooper, house 24 Bedford 
Peirce Warren G., mason, boards 75 Elm 
Peirce William, house 53 Pleasant 

PEIRCE WILLIAM, florist, conservatories Elra, 
corner Cottage, store 162 Union, h. Clinton, cor. Ash 
Peirce Wm, G., in cordage fectory, house 107 County 
Peirce & Bushnell (A. C7 Peirce and L. Bushnell), pic- 
ture frames, 58 North Water, factory 72 and 76 
North Water 
Peirce, see also Pierce 

Pelan Thomas, grocer, Kerapton, cor. Rockdale av., h. do. 
Pell George, caterer, house 23 Seventh 
Pena Caesar, boards 158 South Water 
Pena Joseph, seaman, house 14 Cannon 
Pena Manuel, seaman, house 8 Griffin 
Pendlebury James, farmer, house off Tarklin hill road, 

near R. R. 
Pendlebury Joseph, wea'^er, boards 266 South Second 
Penney B. Frank, printer, boards 6 Liberty 
Penney Edward B., carpenter, house 6 Liberty 
Penney Edward F., tinsmith, house 84 Forest 
Penney E. D. Mrs., dressmaker, house 85 South Sixth 
Pennington P^rancis, section hand, house 641 Purchase 
Pennington Thomas, weaver, boards 641 Purchase " 
Perault Joseph, baker, house 15 North Front 
Percy Thomas, driver job wagon, liouse 33 Chauncey 
PERKINS ANDREW W. (New Bedford Im- 
proved Concrete and Rooting Co.), wood and coal. 
Cedar, corner Hillman, house Hillman, corner Cedar 
Perkins Jabez, watchman N. B. Copper Works, house 44 

Hillman 
Perkins Jabez B., printer, boards 44 Hillman 
Periin Collins, mariner, boards Mariners' Home 
Perry Al)rani H., laborer, h. Kempton, near Watson 
Perry Alonzo F., tinsmith, boards 188 Middle 
Perry Antoine J., laborer, house Lindsay, near Kempton 



202 NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORY. 

Perry Antorre, laborer, house 65^ Prospect 

Perry Arthur E., lawyer, 36 No. Water, bds. 137 County 

Perry Charles F., clerk, 213 So. Water, boards 215 do. 

Perry Charles H., clerk, 23 Purchase, boards 165 Pleasant 

Perry Duncan I., house (Hillside) Acushnet av., east side 

Perry Eben, house 137 County 

Perry Ebenezer S., merchant tailor, 4 Ricketson block, 

Union, house 107 Maxfield 
Perry Edward E., cariiage trimmer, boards 161 Mill 
Perry Edwnrd Miles, veterinary surgeon, office and resi- 
dence 187 County 
Perry Eliza, widow of Phineas, house 85 Elm 
Perry Ellis B., cutter E. S. Perry, house 77 North 
Perry Eugene, ranchinist, house 164 Pleasant 
Perry P'rancis, deckhand N. Y. & N. B. S. S. Co., house 

10 Flowland 
Perry Frank, machinist, house 65 Allen 
Peri-y Frank, grocer. 213 South Water, h. at Fairhaven 
Perry Fi-ank E., clerk 213 South Water, bds. 215 do. 
Perry Franklin E., mariner, house 65 Allen 
Perry George, house 161 Mill 
Perry George W., carpenter, liouse 70 Spruce 
Perry Henry C, grocer, 71 Maxfield, corner State, house 

56 Hillraan 
Perry Henry J., carriage painter George L. Brownell, 

house 120 South Front 
Perry Herbert B., dental student, Gheapside, corner 

Union, boards 74 Hillman 
Perry Jabez W., master mariner, house 35 Maxfield 
Perry James H., master mariner, house 57 Mechanics lane 
Perry John, laborer, house 225 South Water 
Perry John, laborer, house 183 South Second 
Perry John P. (John F. Perry & Co.), music &c., house 

at Boston 
Perry John F, & Co. (John F. & John H. Perry), music 

and musical instruments, 143 Union 
Perry John H. (John F. Perry & Co.), music, &c., boards 

Parker House 
Perry -John S. (S. F, Perry & Son), livery and boarding 

stable, 50 Elm, rooms 107 do. 
Perry Joseph, laborer, house 25 Howland 
Perry Joseph, laborer, house 39 Middle 
Perry Joseph, laborer, house 170 South Second 
Perry Joseph, night watchman Wamsutta mills, house 

165 Pleasant 
Perry Joseph, hairdresser, house 20 School 
Perry Joseph F., seaman, house 177 South Second 
Peiry Joseph J., cigar maker, house South First st. lane 



JfEW BEDFOED [P] DIRECTORY. 203 

Perry Manuel, laboi-er Wamsutta mills, bouse rear 569 

Pui'chase 
Perry Manuel, laborer Potornska mills, bouse 96 S. Front 
Perry Manuel, mariner, house 225 South Water 
Perry Mary, widow of Manuel, house 267 South Water 
Perry A^elson, clerk, ,693 Purchase, house 164 Pleasant 
Perry Orren C4., currier, house 9 Chancery 
Perry Salmon F. (S. F. Perry & Son), livery and board- 
ing stable, 50 Elm, bouse 17 <lo. 
Perry Samuel C, house 30 Hill man 
Perry Samuel H., hats and caps, 3 Purchase, boards 132 

-Middle • 
Perry Sam'l S., provisions, 154 Purchase, h. 137 Summer 
Perry Solomon T., master mariner, house 77 North 
Perry Stephen D., mail conti'actor, bds. Court, cor. Park 
Perry S. F. & Son (Salmon F. and John S. Perry), livery 

stable, 50 Elm 
Perry William A., engineer, bouse 162 Kempton 
Perry William, shoemaker, boards 70 Kempton ' . 
Perry Wm. D,, farmer, house Belleville road. Head of 

the River 
Peters Albert, seaman, h. Belleville rd., n. Acushnet river 
Peters Ambrose, blacksmith, boards 157 Pleasant 
Pfters Bruno, second-hand furniture, 258 Pui'cliase, bouse 

157 Pleasant 
Peters Peter J,, scissors grinder, bouse Belleville road, 

near Acushnet river 
Pettee Abby J., widow of Daniel, house 103 Hillman 
Petterson Charles A. B., wood engraver, bds. 72 Flillman 
Petty Luther, card grinder, house rear 708 Acushnet av. 
Peugh John A., laborer, house 92 Sullivan 
Phalen Anna Miss, house 165 County 
Phalen Bridget, widow, house 4 Maxfield 
Phalen John, baggage-master O. C. R. R., b. 4 Maxfield 
Phalen Mary E. Miss, house 165 County 
Phalen Michael, loom fixer, house 16 Hampton court 
Phillips Allen, house 292 Purchase 
Phillips Charles E., painter, house 410 Purchase 
Phillips Charles F., clerk, boards 65 Walden 
Phillips Charles F., printer, boards 56*I-Iillman 
Phillips Charles S., in Wilson & Co.'s Flour mills, bouse 

65 Walden 
Phillips Eliza J., widow, house 27 Austin 
Phillips George A., shoemaker, boards 3' Franklin 
Phillips George R. (Wm. Phillips & Son), commission 

merchant, 7 Middle, house 97 Elm 
Phillips Henry, clerk, 213 Acushnet av. h. 73 South Sixth 
'Phillips John P., machinist, house 71 Allen 



204 NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORY. 

Phillips Jonah, weaver, house Washburn, 10th on right> 

from Acushnet avenue 
Phillips Robert, house Rockdale av,, cor. Hathaway road 
Phillips Rosa, widow, house 11 Morgan's lane 
Phillips Seth, seaman, house 11 Morgan's lane 
Phillips Watson L., pastor County street Methodist Epis- 

copnl society, lionse 9 Lincoln 
Phillips William (William Phillips & Son), commission 

merchant, house 190 County • 
Phillips Wm. & Son (Wm. and Geo. R. Phillips), com- 
mission merchants, 7 Middle 
Phillips William T., weaver, boards 95 Linden 
Phinney Charles H., expressman Hatch & Co.'s express, 

house 173 Cedar 
Phinney Nathan, mason, house 81 Pleasant 
Phinney Nathan D., house 68 North 
Phinney Otis B., agent Industrial Cooperative Associa- 
tion, 582 Purchase, house 661 do. 
Phipps Charles E., harness maker, 24 Pleasant (Cheap- 
side), boards 102 High 
Phipps Ellen, widow, house 107 South Front 
Pickens Asa, house 677 Purchase 
Pickens George, grocer, 679 Purchase, house 677 do. 
Pickering James, weaver, boards 5 Rivet * 

Pierce Andrew, butcher, house 11 Spruce 
PIERCE ANDKEW G-., treasurer Wamsutta mills, 
and treasurer New Bedford and Fairhaven Street 
Railway Co., office over Merchants National Bank, 
50 North Water, house 89 Spring 
Pierce Andrew B., clerk. 111 Fourth, h. Ocean, n. Arnold 
Pierce Anthony, jr., house 1042 Acushnet avenue, east 

side, 2d south of Davis 
Pierce Asa B., mason, house 147 Elm . 
Pierce Austin L., glass-cutter, house 231 South Water 
Pierce A. Martin, physician, room 1 Ricketson block. Un- 
ion, house 37 Eighth 
Pierce Betsey, widow of Martin, house 159 Middle 
Pierce Carrie, widow of John A., house 84 Washington 
Pierce Charles, bootmaker, 21 Centre, house do. 
Pierce Charles C, painter, house 24 Cypress 
Pierce Charles E., press department Standard office, bds. 

27 Elm 
Pierce Charles E.. carpenter, house 102 Bedford 
Pierce Charles H., laborer, house 24 Dartmouth 
Pierce Charles W., mason, boards 159 Middle 
Pierce Crawford S., mason, house 9 Bedford 
Pierce Eben, bomb lances, 12 William, h. at Fairhaven 
Pierce Edward H., boat builder, house 48ii Acushnet av. 



NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORT. 205 

Pierce Edward T., clerk N. Bedford and Nantucket 

Steamboat Co., and Wamsutta mills, over Merchants 

National Bank, h. 89 Spring, cor. So, Eighth 
Pierce Erskine, porgie oil nianuficturer, h. 212 Purchase 
Pierce .Frederick H., shoemaker, liouse 2095-2 Middle 
Pierce George L., mason, boards 159 Middle 
Pierce Hannah C, widow of Bradford E., cement, soil 

and drain piue mnfr., 9 Bedford and F'ourth, south 

end of M. T. b. Co., house 43 School 
Pierce Henry C, brakeinan O. C. R. R., b. 819 Purchase 
Pierce Henry L., boot and shoe maker, 27 Pleasant, bds. 

14 Cypress 
PIEKCE H. P., music teacher, 38 Mill, house do. 
Pierce Isaac O., peddler, house 204 County 
Pierce Latham C, mason, boards 43 School 
Pierce ]\Iargaret, widow of Henry C, h. 819 Purchase 
Pierce Maria Miss, house Belleville, Head of the River 
Pierce jNlary Adeline Mrs., house Kempton, cor. Hunter 
Pierce Mary P., widow of Clark, house 14 Cypress 
Pierce Otis, mason, house 1 Spruce 
Pierce Otis N., bookkeeper Wamsutta mills, office over 

Merchants National Bank, house 32 So. Cottage 
Pierce Philip A., lawyer, 26 North Water 
Pierce Thomas H., sash and blind maker, h. 291 Purchase 
Pierce, see also Peirce 

Pierman Charles A., sail-maker, house 66 Cypress 
Piggott John J., compositor, boards 315 Acushnet avenue 
Pike Andrew J., butcher, h. Kempton, cor. Jenny Lind 
Pillings John Mrs., house 9 Austin, corner Pleasant 
Pinder Catherine, widow of Wm., house 24 School 
Pinder Geo. F., laborer, 9 and 15 No. B'ront, h. 24 School 
Pinder William, coachman, 62 Fifth, house do. 
Pine Antoine G., hairdresser, house 118 South Water 
Pinkham Geo. W., mariner, boards 4 School 
Piper Augustus D., hairdresser, under Parker House, 

house 124 Purchase 
Piper Edward I., tin and sheetiron worker, 342 Purchase, 

boards do. 
Pitman Benjamin, house 25 South Cottage 
Pitman Deborah, widow of Samuel, house 29 Bedfoi-d 
Pitman George N., driver Hatch & Co.'s express, boards 

60 Chestnut 
Pitman George W., carpenter, house 60 Chestnut 
Pitman Henry L., marine reporter Standard office, house 

123 Fifth 
Pitman William H., clerk New Bedford Institution for 

Savings, boards 60 Chestnut 
Pitts E. C. Miss, dressmaker, 86 Elm, house do. 



206 NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pittsley Betsey, widow of Win., h. 309 Acu.shnet avenue 
Pittsley Howard, teamster, house 3 Tarkiln liill road 
Pittsley Iveuben M., fanner, house 2 Braleyville road 
Pittsley William 2d, farmer, house Acushiiet avenue 
Place Hannah E., widow of Henry, house rear 37 Smith 
Place Rhpda, widow of Gilbert, house 47 Hillman 
Place Tlioraas, laborer, house 656 Acushnet avenue 
Place Susan T. Mrs., house 95 South Sixth 
Plant John, card grinder, h. Durfee, W, of Shawmut av. 
Plant John, shoemaker, h. 1 Austin, cor. Purchase 
Plant Nicholas, shoemaker Hathaway, Soule & Harring- 
ton, house 346 Purchase 
Pledger Jane, widow of Philip, house 68 South Orchard 
Plunimer Charles W., house Hawthorn, near Page 
Plummer Frederick A., furniture painter Caleb Maxfield, 

house 380 Purchase 
Plummer Horace M., mail carrier, house 29 Willis 
PLUMMER LEANDEil A., treasurer New Bed- 
ford Cordage Co., office Rotch's square, house Haw- 
thorn, corner Page 
Plummer Leander A., jr., house Hawthorn, cor. Page 
Plummer Mary A., widow of Richard, li. 165 Union 
Poisson Joseph (Poisson & Roy), 147 Purchase, boards 

Whitcotnb' House, 152 Union 
Poisson & Roy (Joseph Poisson and Alfred Roy), dry 

goods, 147 Purchase 
Polk^^Mary, widow, house 180 Kempton 
Pollard Andrew C, house 114 Pleasant 
PoUay Jacob, rigger, house 34 South 
Pollock Albert H., mariner, boards 25 South Second 
Pollock Daniel F., at Potomska mill, bds. 162 Grinnell ■ 
Pollock Daniel G., house 162 Grinnell 
Pollock Frederick O., cigar maker, boai'ds 170 Mill 
Pollock George H., boards 99 Washington 
Pollock George H., in Gosnold mills, boards 170 Mill 
Pollock John, boot and shoe maker, 80)4 Union, house 

170 Mill 
Pollock John H., roofer, house 158 Mill 
Pollock Nelson G., molder, house 14 Crapo 
Pollock Samuel H. (A. G. Stanton & Co.), grocer and 

provision dealer, 131 Acushnet av., house 7 Crapo 
Pollock Simon S., house 99 Washington 
Pomber Antone, fruit, 235}^ So. Water, house do. 
Pomeroy Henry G., machinist, house 203 Purchase 
Pond Esther E., w. of E. D., boarding-house, 8 Pleasant 
Pool Arthur T., teamster, house Plainville 
•Pool George A., cooper, house 220 Acushnet avenue 
Pool Philip S., laborer, house Plainville 



NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORY. 207 

Poole George H., carriage smith, b. 249 Aeuslinet avenue 

Pope Abner P., carpenter, bouse 25 Kempton 

Pope Emily, widow, Jiouse 959 Acusbuet avenue 

Pope Frank L., passepartout maker, house 42 County 

Pope John G. \V., Iiouse 27 Walnut 

Po])e Lewis S., farmer, bouse north end of Acusbnet av. 

Pope Setb F., compositor Mercury office, boards Mansion 

House 
Pope Thomas, h. 959 Acusbnet av., north of Coggeshall 
Pope Wm. G. E., mercbant, 7 Middle, bouse 26 Seventh 
Popple Benjamin F., oil presser W. A. Robinson & Co., 

house 10 County, near Tbompson's lane 
Popple Gideon B., bookkeeper, liouse 10 County 
Popplestone Alfred M., miller Wilson & Co., house 141 

Summer 
Popplestone Susan,. widow of William, house 71 Fourth 
Porter Albert, roofer, bouse 41 Smith 
Porter Charles, house 638 Purchase 
Porter Elizabetb, widow of 'Jos., seamstress, bouse 13 

Sears court 
Porter John, weaver, house 199 State 
Fortune Antoine, carder, bouse 13 North Front 
Post Francis, decorator Smith Brothers, b. 27 j^ Howland 
Post Harry, shoemaker, boards 17 Bonney 
Post John W., pantryman, house 237 Middle 
Post Nancy, widow of Kiclianl G., iiouse 114 Washington 
Post-office, Thomas Coggeshall, postmaster. North Sec- 
ond, corner Willia'm 
Post Ruth, widow of Francis, bouse 17 Bonney 
Post William C, apothccar}^ 12 Pleasant (Cheapside), 

house 163 Grinnell 
Potomska mills, opposite 269 South Water, A. G. Pierce, 

treasurer, office over Merchants National Bank, 

North Water 
Potter Almira Miss, bouse 90 Linden 
Potter Andrew H., expressman, 19 Commercial wharf, 

house 4 Orchard 
Potter Charles W., butcher, house 266 Kempton 
Potter Charles W., jr., fruit and produce, 87 Union, house 

58 North Sixtli 
Potter Charles W. H., carpenter, house 209 Summer 
Potter Cynthia H., widow of Jonathan, h. 120 Kempton 
Potter Edvv. E. F., clerk, 26 No. Water, bds.47 Chestnut 
Potter Elizabetb D., widow of Stephen N., h. 161 County 
Potter Fred S., commission mercbant, 40 Nortii Water, 

house 2 Seventh 
Potter Frederick P., gardener, house Shawmut avenue, 

near Durfee 



208 NEW BEDFORD [P] DIRECTORY. 

Potter George A., furmer, house Hathaway road, near 

Rockdale avenue 
Potter George F., shoemaker, boards 490 Acushnet av. 
Potter George P., farmer, house 2 Pope 
Potter Hannah, widow of Peleg, house 63 Mill 
Potter Herbert A,, boards 47 Chestnut 
. Potter Isaiah H., calker, house 55 Hill 
Potter James C, harness maker, 24 Pleasant, b. 18 Griffin 
Potter James W., teamster, house 232 South Water 
Potter John W., passepartout maker, boards 23 North 
Potter Josliua W., farmer, liouse Hathaway road 
Potter Loring, cooper, house 23 North 
Potter Lucy L., widow of William, preserver of flowers, 

house 75 Campbell 
Potter Lydia A., widow, house rear 228 Middle 
Potter Margaret, widow of Warren S., h. 47 Chestnut 
Potter Philip, paint grinder, house 72 Foster 
Potter Simeon, house 107 Cedar 
Potter Southward, 2d, accountant, 104 Union, house 25 

Kempton 
Potter Stephen R., clerk, 67 and 69 William, h. 161 County 
Potter William F. (William F. Potter & Co.), wholesale 

grocer, Union, cor. North Front, boards 35 Eighth 
POTTER WILLIAM F. & CO. (William F. Pot- 
ter and Arthur Ciiminlngs), wholesale grocers. Un- 
ion, corner North Front 
Potter William J. Rev., pastor Unitarian church, rooms 

160 County 
PotthoiF Louis A., currier, house 4 Maxfield 
. Potts James, carder, boards 2 Hazard court 
Power Ann, widow, house 634 Acushnet avenue 
Power Michael E., machinist, house 2 Robeson 
Powei's James, laborer, house 102 Merrimac 
Powers James, card grinder, house 287 South Second 
Powers James F., machinist, boards 102 Merrimac 
Powers Mary K,, widow of Edmund, house 2 Robeson 
Powers Michael, laborer, house Washburn, 3d on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Powers Pierce, laborer, house First, corner Bush 
Powers Walter, weaver, house 708 Acushnet avenue 
Prada Joanna, widow, house 13 School 
'" Prara Antoine, carder, house 11 Morgan's lane 

i ^ . Pratt Enos A., boarding-house, 5 School, house do. 

Pratt Pierre, laborer, house rear 5 Campbell 
Pratt Thomas B., commercial traveler, house 63 Foster 
Pratt William, teamster, house 37 Middle 
Pray Sarah A. C, teacher, boards 14 School, c. S. Water 
- Pray Susan M., boarding-liouse, 14 School 



NEW BEDFOKD [Q] DIRECTORY. 209 

Praux Charles, mnle-spinner, house 1 Austin court 
Prentice Sarah- V. Mi'S., dressmaker, 6)^ Fifth, house do. 
Prescott Charles D., pliysician, 120 William, corner 

Eighth, house do. 
Prescott Oliver, lawyer, 26 North Water, h. 117 County 
Priaulx Peter, servant man, 119 County, boards do. 
Price Alexander, file mnfr., 33>2 So. Water, house 33 do. 
Price Charles R., clerk, 2 Central wharf, b. 102 Pleasant 
Price George H., boards 328 Purchase 
Price Keziah R., widow of Benjamin, house 102 Pleasant 
Price Mary A. Mrs., house 15 Emerson 
Price William F., hostler, house 328 Purchase 
Primrose William F., tailor, b. Mansion House, 87 Union 
Prior James P., cooper, house 50 North 
Proctor Charles Haydeu, rector St. James church, boards 

Parker House 
Proctor George N. (Garfield & Proctor), coal, foot of 

Walnut, house at Fitchburg 
PKOVIDEIVCE EXPRESS CO., Hatch & Co., 

5 Ricketson block 
Provo Austin, laborer, house 194 State 
Provo Joseph A., operative Wamsutta mills, b. 194 State 
Purington Charles F., house 76 Hillman 
Purington Charles G., wood yard, 193 Kempton, boards 

106 Cedar 
Purington Clarence L., h. Mt. Pleasant, near the reservoir 
Purington Frank H., printer, boards 76 Hillman 
Purington Henry A., carj^enter, house 85 Walden 
Purington John A., ship joiner, house 189 North 
Purington John G., tinsmith, boards 189 North 
Purington Louisa A., wid. of Nathaniel S., h. 76 Hillman 
Purington Philip B. (Purington & Brown), house fur- 
nishing goods, 59 Purchase, house 219 County 
Purington & Brown (Philip B. Purington and Oliver F. 

Brown), crocker)'^, etc., 59 Purchase 
Purrington Charles E., house-painter, house 61 Summer 
Purrington Frank M., painter, house 189 North 
Purrington Lydia C, widow, house 155 State 
Putnam Daniel R., harness maker, house 19 Walnut 
Putnam Wilbert A., compositor Mercury office, boards 

Mansion House 
Putnam Wilbur A., printer, boards 19 Walnut 
Putz Gustave, boot and shoemakei-, 84 Middle, house do. 
Pye James, weaver, house Washburn, 8th on right from 

Acushnet avenue 

QUESCO WILLIAM, waiter, house 10 Liberty 
Quigley James A., weaver Wamsutta mills, h. 5 Ashley 
Quill Dennis, house 1 Turner's court 
14 



210 NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 

Quinlan John, spinner, boards 260 South Second 
Quinlan Thomas, carder, house 260 South Second 
Quinn Charles, carder Wamsutta mills, boards 11 Logan 
Quinn James, laborer, house Delano, cor. South First 
Quinn James IT., laborer Eureka Flour Mills, boards 129 
Grinnell [Linden 

Quinn Lawrence, laborer N. B. Copper Works, house 88 
Quinnan John, mule-spinner, house 815 Purchase 
Quinnan Mary Miss, washerwoman, house 29 Austin 
Quinnan Thomas, mule-S))inner, house 29 Austin 
Quinnan Wm., spinner Wamsutta mills, h. 2 Austin ct. 
Quirk James B,, laborer, house Tremont, near Arnold 
Quirk John, blacksmith, house Tremont, near Arnold 
Quirk Patrick, laborer, house Tremont, near Arnold 

RABE LUDWIG, house 42 Middle 
Rafiael Frank, laborer, house 33 Smith 
Rafferty Peter, card grinder, house 11 Seneca 
RafFerty William, peddler, house 65 South Water 
Rafferty William H., laborer, boards 65 South Water 
Ragan John, laborer, house 7 Hampton court 
Ragan John, mule-spinner, house 187 State 
Ragan Michael, laborer, house No. Front, cor, Washburn 
Ragan Peter, card grinder, h. Smith's blk., State,n. Linden 
Rainey Wm. R., tailor, 81 No. Water, boards Mt. Pleas- 
ant House, Pleasant (Cheapside) 
Rainford Alfred, weaver, house 2 Wall 
Raleigh Chas. S., marine painter, 31 Union, b. 100 Fifth 
Ramsbottom George, weaver Wamsutta mills, house 

Rock, corner of Coggeshall 
Ramsdell James, lather, boards 114 Kempton 
Rand Hiram, farmer, h. rear Geo. C. Hatch; Acushnet av. 
Randall Benjan)in C, carpenter, house 13 Logan 
Randall Chas. G., clerk Thos. Hathaway, h. 84 S. Second 
Randall Charles S., merchant, Rodman, corner North 

Front, house 21 Hawthorn, corner Irving court 
Randall Cornelius, laborer, house 185 South Second 
Randall Cynthia Mrs., dressmaker, house 63 Kempton 
Randall David E., harness blacking, 120 Middle, h. do. 
Randall Eliza T. Mrs., boarding-house, 11 and 13 Logan 
Randall George, mariner, boards 8 Bethel 
Randall George W., millwright, house Tarkiln hill road, 

Head of the River 
Randall Mary H., widow of David, house 18 Chancery 
Randall Ransom, house 179 Pleasant 
Randall Rufus, cooper, 16 Coffin, opposite Son.th Front, 

house 84 South Second, corner Coffin 
Rnndall Susan Miss, house 54 Smith 
Rankin Susan Mrs., house 36 Maxfield 



NEW BEDFORD [}{] DIEECTORT. 211 

Rathbun Elisha, carpenter, house 63 Mill 

Rau Gustavns L., machinist, house 151 Fourth 

Ray Annie, widow of William, h. Kempton, Cannonville 

Ray Charles M., calker, liouse 5 Fair 

Ray Edwin H., salesman, boards 5 Fair 

Ray Isaiah C, lawyer, '230 Purchase, house 113Hillman 

Ray Lindsey, blacksmith, boards Clinton, corner Ash 

Raymond B. Frank, house 43 North Second 

Raymond Calvin (Hatch & Co.), and (Davenport, Mason 

& Co.), express, 5 Ricketson block, house Cypress, 

near Svcamore 
RAYMOND EBEN. P., publisher and proprietor 

Whaleman's Shipping List, and Merchante Trans- 
cript, 8 South Second, house 17 do. 
Raymond Henry O., engineer F. R. R. R., h. 33 Willis 
Raymond Jane, widow, house 63 North Second 
Raymond Josiah K., messenger Hatch & Co.'s express, 

boards 131 Chestnut 
Raymond Mary Mrs., house 43 North Second 
Raymond Micajah K., messenger Hatch & Co.'s express, 

house 81 Elm 
Raynor Thomas, loom fixer, boards 18 Austin court 
Read Abby N., widow of Frederick A., h. 69 Sycamore 
Read Chas. W., overall mnfr., 155 N. Water, h. 8 Eighth 
Read Cynthia A., widow of Joseph R., house 8 Eighth 
Read Frederick, master mariner, h. Sycamore, c. Cypress 
Read Marion L. Miss, dressmaker, house 166 North 
Read Mary M., widow of Philip, house 60 Spruce 
Read Rebecca, widow of Joseph, house 197 County 
Read Sai-ah M., widow of Edward, house 166 North 
Read Wm. Alexander, house 261 County 
Read Wm. F. (Taber, Read & Gardner), 117 Union, h. 

8 Eighth 
Reagan John, laborer, house 51 Smith 
Reardon Patiick, laborer, house 106 Merrimac 
Records EUery, ship-carpenter, house 96 Maxfield 
Records John C., machinist, boards 96 Maxfield 
Redfern Samuel, weaver, h. 291 So. Second, c. Blackmore 
Reed Albert B., laborer, house 93 First, corner Bush 
Reed Benj. F. H., reporter Standard office, h. 103 Sycamore 
Reed Caroline Miss, house 4 Pleasant 
Reed Edwin J., mariner, house 28 Pearl 
Reed Eli W., tanner, house Tarkiln hill road 
Reed Gustavus L. (Reed & Giffoixl), boot mnfr., 21 No. 

Second, house 303 Acushnet avenue 
Reed Jeptha, laborer, house 309 Acushnet avenue 
Reed John, carpenter, house 55 Sherman 
Reed John, mariner, house Plainville 
Reed Joseph, works Wamsutta mills, h. 101 Campbell 



212 NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 

Reed Lyman K., stone-cutter, house 53 Hill 

Reed Mnrgaret, widow of Benjamin, h. State, c. Linden 

Reed Margaret, widow of James, house 126 South Front 

Reed Nathan, hiborer, h. 289 Acushiiet av., cor. School 

Reed Richard A., mariner, house 191 Grinnell 

Reed Robert G., horaoeo. physician, house 101 Campbell 

Reed Sarah, widow of John, house' 593 Acushnet avenue 

Reed Thomas, porter Bancroft House, boards do. 

Reed Timothy (Dewson, Williams & Co.), prop. N. B. 

tannery, house at Quincy 
Reed William H., cooper, house 203 West Elm 
Reed & Gifford (Gustavus L. Reed and Jesse Gifford), 

bool^mnfrs., 21 North Second 
REEVE :NATHANIEL L., dining room, 6 South 

Water, liouse do. 
Reeves Charles, spinner, house 271 South Water 
Remington Edward C, rigger, house 106 Pleasant 
Remington Emerald A., baggage master O. C. R. R., h. 

32 Sycamore [near Cedar 

Remington Holden B., conductor O. C. R. R., h. Robeson, 
Remington John G., real estate, house 69 Linden 
Remington Lucy J., teacher Mill school, house 169 County 
Remington Mary, widow of Joseph, house 169 County 
Remington Mary, clerk, boards 64 School 
Remington Rosetta, widow of Thomas, house 7 County 
Remington Thomas, carpentei', house 349 South Water 
Renihan Thomas, laborer, house 932 Acushnet avenue 
REPUBLICAN STANDARD, E. Anthony & 

Sons, publishers, 67 Union 
Reves David, laborer, house Highland 
Rexford Fanny B., widow of Alfred, hou&e 92 Bedford , 
Rexford George P,,' machinist, house 92 Bedford 
Reynard Emily H., wid. of Wm. H., h. 120 Acushnet av. 
Reynard Wm. H., jr., mariner, house 120 Acushnet av. 
Reynolds Asa R., laborer, house Belleville road. Head of 

the River [Durfee, c. Bullock's av. 

Reynolds Benjamin, molder N. B. Copper Works, house 
Reynolds Bradford A., bds. Durfee, cor. Bullock's avenue 
Reynolds Charles B., fireman, h. Shawraut av., n. Durfee 
Reynolds Clara R. Miss (C. R. Reynolds & Co.), 13 

Pleasant, house do. 
Reynolds Clara R. & Co. (Misses Clara R. and Phebe 

Reynolds), millinery goods, 13 Pleasant 
Reynolds Edgar C, boards "Charles B. Reynolds', Shaw- 

mut avenue [86 Mill 

Reynolds Edward G., driver S. P. Richmond & Co., house 
Reynolds George F., brick maker, h. 6 Braleyville road 
Reynolds George F., peddler, boards Asa R. Reynolds', 

Belleville road, Head of the River 



NEW BEDFORD []^] DIEECTOIIT. 213 

Reynolds James R., laborer, h. 57 So. Water, c. Walnut 
Reynolds Joseph B., blacksmith N. B. Copper Works, 

boards 273 Cedar, corner Parker 
Reynolds Josephine Miss, boarding, 55 South Water 
Reynolds Luther, boarding-house, 735 Purchase, oppo- 
site Logan 
Reynolds Margaret, widow, house 4 Bush 
Reynolds Mary Miss, dressmaker, house 61 Summer 
Reynolds ISToah. jr., farmer, house 1 Braleyville road 
Reynolds Phebe Miss (C. R. Reynolds & Co.), 13 Pleas- 
ant, boards do. 
Reynolds Phineas, farmer, house 5 Braleyville road 
Reynolds Sampson S., house 10(3 Cedar 
Reynolds Wan-en, butcher, house Belleville road, Head 
of the River [Blackmore 

Reynolds Warren, weaver, house South Front, near 
Reynolds VVyke, house 185 South Water 
Reynolds William, spinner, house 201 Pleasant 
Reynolds William F., planer, house 9 High 
Rhoades Benjamin, weaver, house '238 South Second 
Rhodes Amos H., chief engineer Wamsutta mills, house 

626 Purchase, corner Wamsutta 

Rhodes Henry W. (Rhodes & Kavenagh), grocer, 622 

Purchase, boards 626 do. [Purchase 

Rhodes William C, engineer Wamsutta mills, boards 626 

RHODES & KAYEJ^fAGH (Henry W. Rhodes 

and Edward Kavenagh), grocers, 622 Purchase 
Rice Adonirara J., baker 52 Arnold, house do. 
Rice Simeon, house 50 Arnold 
Rich James, cai'penter, house 7 Spruce 
Richards Alfred, mail contractor and proprietor Little 
Compton, Fall River, Marion and Westport point 
stage lines, office 5 South Sixth, house 7-1 Walden 
RICHARDS EDWARD R., proprietor Mansion 

House, Union, corner North Second 
Richards George, dining room, 357 Acushnet avenue, 

house at Dartmouth 
Richards George, jr., assistant 357 Acushnet avenue, 

boards George Richards', at Dartmouth 
RICHARDS GEORGE D., wooden ware, etc., 101 

William, boards 53 Elm 
Richards Julia P., widow of John, house 245 Middle 
Richards William D., livery stable, 20 South Second, 

house 53 Elm 
Richardson Alfred Mrs., house 21 Morgan's lane 
Richardson George P., clerk, 18 South Water, house 67 

Fourth 
Richardson Jesse, lamp lighter, house 523 Acushnet av. 
Richardson John T., clothing, 18 South Water, house 67 
Fourth 



214 NEW BEDFORD []^] DIRECTOET. 

Richardson Joseph, house 184 County ^ [County 

Richardson Lewis H., tin smith, 45 North Water, b. 184 
Richardson Marcus O., sole leather cutter, house Shaw- 

mut avenue, near Durfee 
Richardson Marcus O., jr., shoe manufecturer, Shaw^mut 

avenue, house 11 Ashley 
Richardson Nicholas H. F., currier, h. Fair, next Sears 
Richardson Sarah A. S. S., widow of Jerome, house Fair, 

near Sears [near Durfee 

Richardson Wm. H., shoemaker, house Shawmut avenue, 
Richmond Abby P., widow of Cyrus A., h. 31 County 
Richmond A. T. Miss, teacher JKempton street primary 

school, boards 3 Ricketson court 
Richmond Charles N., civil engineer, boards 34 Hitrh 
Richmond George B., office North Water, corner North, 

iiouse 434 Acushnet avenue • 
Richmond George B., jr., physician, 34 High, house do. 
Richmond George W., house 43 Wing 
Richmond Henry (S. P. Richmond & Co.), baker, 173 

Union and 161 South Water, c. Howland,h.43 Wing 
Richmond James H. C. Mrs., private school, 21 Seventh, 

house do. 
Richmond Joshua, merchant tailor, 31 North Water, 

house 96 County, corner Russell 
Richmond Josiah, light keeper. Hen and Chickens Light 

Vessel, house 3 Ricketson court [Second 

Richmond Lewis, clerk, 59 North Second, bds. 54 North 
Richmond Mary, widow of Edward, h. 54 North Second 
Richmond P. H. Mrs., house 169 County 
Richmond Samuel P. (S. P. Richmond & Co.), bakery, 

173 Union and 161 South Water, h. 32 South Second 
Richmond S. P. & Co. (Samuel P. and Henry Richmond), 

bakers, 173 Union and 161 South Water, c. Howland 
Ricker Charles B,, shoemaker, boards 65 Chestnut 
Ricker Mary, widow of Alonzo W., h. Beach, Cannonville 
Ricker Mary A., widow of George B., house 65 Chestnut 
Ricketson Arthur, physician, house 268 County 
RICKETSON BARTON, Jr., treas., N. B. Five 

Cents Savings Bank, Purchase, corner Mechanics 

lane, house 2 Arnold 
Ricketson Benjamin T., house 2 Arnold 
Ricketson Cecile C, widow of Barton, house 89 County 
Ricketson Charles W., clerk Merchants National Bank, 

50 No. Water, house 17 Allen, corner Greene 
Ricketson Daniel, house 109 Elm 

Ricketson Daniel H., boatman, h. Fourth, cor. Rockland 
Ricketson Daniel L., mariner, house 354 South Water 
Ricketson Elias M., boatman, house 5 GifFord's lane 
Ricketson George B., cutter, house 89 Fifth 



NEW BEDFORD [J{,] DIEECTORT. 215 

Ricketson Geo. P., mariner, bouse 308 South Water 
Ricketson Frederick, fisherman, h. County, cor. Delano 
Ricketson James, servant man, 49 Fourth, house 224 

Acushuet aveiine 
Ricketson James R., accountant, house 57 Fifth 
Ricketson John H., master mariner, li. 78 Washington 
Ricketson John S. Mrs., house 225 Purchase 
Ricketson Joseph Mrs., house 4 Cottage 
Ricketson Levi, mariner, house foot South Front 
Ricketson Walton, artist, 27 Robeson's bldg., b. 109 Elm 
Ricketson William L., clerk, house 61 Fifth 
Ricketson William M., telegraph operator W. U. office, 

house 233 Purchase 
Rider Ellen A. Mrs., at Stephen Christian's, 68 Pleasant 
Riedell J. H., boot and shoe finisher, bds. 69 Hillman 
Rigby Celina, widow of James, house 48 Acushuet av. 
Riley CorneHus, spinner Wamsutta mills, boards 638 

Purchase 
Riley Daniel, spinner Wamsutta mills, boards 676 Acush- 

net avenue 
Riley Dennis, laborer, house rear 567 Acushnet avenue 
Riley George, laborer, house 50 Rowland 
Riley James, waiter, house 144 Cedar 
Riley James, spinner, house 9 Howland 
Riley James J., laborer, house 3 Wamsutta 
Riley John F., weaver Wamsutta mills, bds. 9 Ashley 
Riley John S., rope maker, house 18 Chancery, north 

from Court 
Riley John W., gardener, 46 South Sixth, house do. 
Riley Joseph E., rope maker, boards 6 Waverly 
Riley Michael, mule-spinner, house State, n. Linden 
Riley Michael, .laborer, house 3 Flillman 
Riley Michael, jr., mule-spinner, bds. M. Riley's, State 
Riley Nancy, widow, house 179 West Campbell 
Riley Patrick, mariner, boards 3 Wamsutta 
Riley Philip, shoemaker A. E. Lucas, house 9 Bethel 
Riley Robert H., rope maker, boards 6 Waverly 
Riley Robert S., gardener, house 6 Waverly 
Riley Thomas, fireman, house 9 Ashley 
Riley William, coachman, house Clinton, corner Ash 
Riley William, gardener, house Atlantic, near Arnold 
Ripner George M.. cooper, house 152 North Second 
Ritchie Alexander, weaver, house 69 Hazard 
Ritchie David, hostler, house 326 Cedar 
Ritter John, gardener, house Smith street court 
Roach Edward R., horse shoer, house 207 So. Water. 
Roach John, peddler, house 593 Acushnet avenue 
Roach .John, carder, house 193 State 
Roach Owen, tailor, house 3 Bullock's avenue 



216 NEW BEDFORD []^] DIRECTORY. 

Roach Talcott R., salesman (New York), h. 44 School 

Roach William, weaver, house 9 Fulton court 

Robbins Abram R., tinsmith Parker & Sherman, house 

4 Franklin 
Robbins Albert L., painter, house Mt. Pleasant 
Robbins Arthur E., clerk, 43 No.Water, bds. 228^ County 
ROBBINS AUGUSTUS, granular fuel, Court, next 

Cordage factory, house 36 Cedar 
Robbins Charles H., master mariner, house 69 Pleasant 
Robbins Edmund M., machinist, bds. Cypress, c. Parker 
Robbins Eliphalet H. Mrs., h. 41 County, cor. Sherman 
Robbins Emma F. Mrs., house 197 Cedar 
Robbins Ilepsey R. Mrs., house Cypress, cor. Parker 
Robbins John H., upholsterer, house 105 William 
Robbins Mary F., widow of John, house 188 Middle 
Robbins Melinda, widow of Kimball, jr., h. 223 County 
Robbins Thomas C, clerk, house Cypress, cor. Parker 
Robbins William S., carpenter, house 228!4 County 
Robert Antoine, laborer Wamsutta, house 9 No. Front 
Robert Elijah, laborer Wamsutta mills, house Washburn, 

12th on right from Acushnet avenue 
Robert Peter, laborer, house 13 Austin court 
Roberts Frank, flagman O. C. R. R., Wamsutta crossing, 

boards 13 Austin court 
Roberts Frank D., cigar maker, bds. 100 Acushnet avenue 
Roberts Joseph D., photographer and apothecary, 62 Pur- 
chase, house 100 Acushnet avenue 
Roberts Joseph E., house 100 Acushnet avenue 
Roberts Moses, laborer, house rear 720 Acushnet avenue 
Roberts Nathaniel, car driver, boards 75 Campbell 
Roberts Oliver A. Rev., preacher City farm, Clark's point, 

house 183 County 
Roberts William, seaman, h. Shawmut av., cor. Durfee 
Robertson Anna, widow, house 87 South Sixth 
Robertson George, proprietor of "New Bedford. Signal," 

13 Fourth 
Robertson James W., varnisher, boards 6 Park 
Robertson Joseph W., clerk, house 71 Foster 
Robertson William, ship joiner, house 6 Park 
Robeson Emily P., widow of Andrew, house 134 County 
Robier Edward, laborer, house 12 Hampton court 
Robinson Adonriam J., butcher, house Acushnet avenue 
Robinson Alexander, jobber, house 57 Ash 
Robinson Anthony (A. Robinson & Co.), cigar manufac- 
turers, house 65 Prospect 
Robinson A. & Co. (Anthony Robinson and Anthony 

Sylvia), cigar manufacturers, 59 Union 
Robinson Benjamin, seaman, house Oak, cor. Harrison 
Robinson Daniel, loom-fixer, house Linden court 



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Robinson David, calker, house Swamp, near Cedar 
Robinsoa E.lgar F., clerk, house 315 South Water 
Robinson Edward H. (W. A. Robinson & Co.), oil and 

candle ninfr., 50 So. Water, house at Providence 
Robinson Ellis, liouse 79 Kempton 
Robinson Emma Mrs., house Swamp, near Cedar 
Robinson George F., laborer, house 71 Pleasant 
Robinson Hannah B. Miss, teacher Fifth street grammar 

school, house 35 Seventh 
Robinson James M. (Allen & Robinson), carpenter and 

builder, Leonard's wharf, house 851 South Water 
Robinson John, weaver, house 18 Fulton court 
Robinson John, cigar maker, house Qb}4 Prospect 
Robinson John A., porter, house 243 Middle 
Robinson John A., laborer, boards 6 Park 
Robinson John B., weaver, house 15 Fulton court 
Robinson Jones, flirmer, boards 157 State 
Robinson Mary Miss, house 712 Acushnet avenue 
Robinson Mary A., wid. of Rev. Abraham, h. 230 Middle 
Robinson Orlando G., master mariner, house 25 Chestnut 
Robinson Robert, ship-carpenter, house 420 Acushnet av. 
Robinson Robinson, house 545 Acushnet avenue 
Robinson Stephen D., teamster, house 207 South Second 
Robinson Thomas R., clerk, 35 Union, h. at Fairhaven 
Robinson William, weaver, boards 93 Linden 
Robinson William, mule-spinner, h. 15 Hampton court 
Robinson William, ship-carpenter, house Summit, near 

Rockdale avenue, Cannonville 
Robinson William A. (W. A. Robinson & Co.) oil and 

candle manufacturer, 50 South Water, h. 39 Fifth 
Robinson W. A. & Co. (Edward H. & Wm. A. Robinson 

and Cyrus A. Howland), oil and candle manufacturers, 

50 South Water 
Rock James, grocer, 265 South Water, house do. 
Rock Joseph, saloon, Linden, cor. State, house 50 Hazard 
Rock Michael, clerk, 265 South Water, boards do. 
Rodeiick Frank, seaman, house 112 South Sixth 
Roderick Frank M., mariner, house 57 Ash 
Rodericks Joarkin, carpenter, house 147 South Water 
Rodman Edmund, artist, studio 36 Elm, house 92 Spring, 

corner County 
Rodman Samuel (West Point), office North Water, cor- 
ner North, house 92 Spring, corner County 
Rodman Samuel J., carpenter, h. Topham,c. Shawmutav. 
Rodman Thomas R., clerk S. Rodman's estate, office 

North Water, corner North, house 92 Spring 
Rogers Abiathai', stone-cutter, house Shawmut avenue, 

corner Grand 
Rogers Antoine M,, carpenter, boards 44 School 



218 NEW BEDFORD [J(] DIRECTOET. 

Rogers Charles, 127}4 Union, boards 1 Rowland 
Rogers David, mariner, boards 146 North Second 
Rogers Frank, laborer, house 172 South Second 
Rogers Frank A., stone-cutter, boards Shawrnut avenue, 

corner Grand 
Rogers Frank J. (Vieera & Rogers), 25 Rowland, h. do. 
Rogers George H., baker, boards 5 Borden 
Rogers Hannah W., widow of George, h. 100 Pleasant 
Rogers James, weaver, house 601 Acushnet avenue 
Rogers Job M., painter, house 5 Borden 
Rogers John, seaman, house 86 Grinnell 
Rogers John, teamster, boards 29 Willis 
Rogers John A., clerk, house 10 Clark 
Rogers John M., head farmer Seabury's farm, head Haw- 
thorn, house do. 
Rogers Joseph, night watchman Potomska mills, house 

256 South Water 
Rogers Joseph, weaver, house 18 Hazard court 
Rogers Joseph H., farmer, house 8 Rpckdale avenue 
Rogers Manuel, boarding-house, 93 South Water 
Rogers Manuel de, laborer, house 212 South Water 
Rogers Michael, shoemaker, h, 712 Acushnet avenue 
Rogers Michael C, principal Middle street, grammar 

school, house 17 Arch 
Rogers Morrill D., clerk 153 Purchase, b. 124 Middle 
Rogers Sarah, widow of Joel P., h. 8 Rockdale avenue 
Rogers Thomas A., ship-carpenter, h. Rockdale avenue 
Rogers Walter S., laborer, house 5 Franklin 
Rogers William H., harness maker, 24 Pleasant, house 84 

Middle 
Rollins Wm., laborer, house 95 South Sixth 
Rooks John C., glass maker, house 184 South Water 
Root Elizabeth P., widow of Marshall, boarding-house, 

8 Pleasant 
Rooth Angie Mrs., variety store, 174 Acushnet avenue, 

house 172 do. [h. 172 Acushnet av. 

Rooth Benj. S., tuner and repairer of organs and pianos, 
Rooth Harriet E. Miss, teacher of music, h. 83 Walden 
Rooth Henry, piano-forte dealer, repairer, and tuner, 88 

Walden, house do. 
Rosa Antone, mariner, house 181 South Water 
Roscoe Wm., glass-cutter Mount Washington Glass Co., 

house 2 Plickory, opposite Harrison 
Rose Antoine, laborer, house 156 Acushnet avenue 
Rose Antoine, laborer, boards 132 South Front 
Rose Caroline A. B. Miss, dressmaker, h. 231 So. Second 
. Rose Daniel D., clerk rear 550 Acushnet avenue, boards 

57 North Sixth 
Rose David, fish market, 27 Rowland, house 29 do. 



NEW BEDFORD [J^] DIRECTORY. 219 

Rose Eno-ene S., currier rear 550 Acushnet avenue, boards 

57 North Sixtli 
Rose Frank, laborer, house 179 Soutli Second 
Rose Frederick, rope maker, house 105>2 South Water 
Rose Joseph, seaman, house 292 South Water 
Rose Manuel, laborer, house 251 South Water 
ROSE SIMOX M., leather mnfr., rear 550 Acushnet 

avenue, house 57 North Sixth 
Rosenfield Matilda Mrs., house 62 Mechanics lane 
Roshur Charles A., laborer, boards 46 Bedford 
Roshur Frank, hairdresser, house 102 Smith 
Roshur Sarah A., widow of Wm. P., house 46 Bedford 
Ross Ellen, widow of Henry, h. No, Front, n, Washburn 
Ross Georsje H., rope maker cordasce factory, house 15 

WestMiddle 
Ross James M., fish dealer, 210 Middle, h. 126 Kempton 
Ross Manuel, laborer, house 75 Cedar 
Ross Mary, widow of David, house 6 Austin court 
Ross Thomas, laborer, house 211 South Water 
Ross William F,, seaman, house 3 Durfee 
Rosseau Louis, jaborer Wamsutta mills, h. 2 Fulton ct. 
Rotch Morgan, cotton buyer, office Rotch's square, boards 

133 County 
Rotch Wharf Company, office Rotch's square 
Rotch William, civil engineer, house 45 Hawthorn 
ROTCH WILLIAM J., president N. B. Cordage 
Co., office Rotch's square, h. 133 County, cor. Union 
Rothawell Catharine, widow, boards William R. McDon- 
ald's, Washburn 
Rothwell Abram, weaver, boards 204 South Second 
Roulac James E., waiter Parker House, boards do. 
Rounds John, farmer, house Kempton, opp. Hunter, Can- 

nonville 
Rounds John H., house Kempton, corner Jenney 
Rounesville William H., house 486 Acushnet avenue . 
Rourke Andrew, lather, house Ash, near North 
Rourke Edward T., butcher, house Cove, cor. So. Water 
Rourke John, shoemaker, Wamsutta, near R. R, house 

14 Hazard court 
Rourke Margaret, widow, house 15 Hazard court 
Rourke Patrick, house Ash, near North 
Rowe Cordelia, widow of John T., house 215 Kempton 
Rowe Matthew B., stone-cutter, h. First, corner Bush 
■Rowe Susan Miss, house 4 Bethel 
Rowe Thomas B., junk dealer, house 9 South Second 
Roy Alfred (Poisson & Roy), 147 Purchase, boards Whit- 
comb House, 152 Union 
Roy Hilane, carpenter, house 200 State 
Royle James, weaver, house Linden court 



220 NEW BEDFORD [£] DIKECTOKT. 



Ruclge John H., at Taber & Co.'s, bcls. 519 Aciishnet av. 
Rugg Chniies P., principal High school, h. 87 Spring 
Haggles John A., carpenter, house 145 Summer 
Ruggles John A., jr., salesman, 42 Purchase, boards 145 

Summer 
Ruggles Mary T. Miss, dressmaker, house 69 Foster 
Rulon Samuel H., brass finisher Gifford & Allen, boards 

8 Bethel 
Russell Abram, house 91 County 
Russell Allen, farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Russell Allen, jr., farmer, b. Allen Russell's, Acushnet av. 
Russell Andrew W., machinist Morse Twist Drill Works,- 

house 143 Fourth 
Russell Anna Miss, house 33 Cedar 
Russell Charles, polisher, house 198 Kerapton 
Russell Charles L., bookkeeper National Bank of Com- 
merce, house Belleville road, Head of the River 
Russell Clarissa S., widow of Holder, house 99 Hillman 
Russell David J., cabinet maker, 9 Rodman, boards 200 

Acushnet avenue 
Russell Edmund N., flower painter, house 19 Liberty 
Russell Edward, bookkeeper, Rodman, cor. Front, boards 

91 County 
Russell Edward K., master mariner, house Plainville 
Russell Edward K., jr., blacksmith, house Phiinville 
Russell Elihu, master mariner, house 50 County 
Russell Elihu O., drill maker Morse Twist Drill and Ma- 
chine Co., house 22 Allen 
Russell Elisha E., master mariner, h. 285. Acushnet av. 
Russell Elizabeth H., widow of Thomas, h. 222 Union 
Russell Frank O., carpenter, house 317 Cedar 
Russell Frederick, weaver, house 10 Hazard court 
Russell Frederick H., seaman, bds. 48 Acushnet avenue 
Russell Frederick P., boards North, corner Ash 
Russell George B., engineer Progress S. F. E., No. 2, h. 

110 Middle 
Russell George W"., baker, house State, near Penniman 
Russell Henry C, hack driver, house North, corner Ash 
Russell Humphrey, carpenter, house 248 Cedar 
Russell James A., compositor Standard office, h. 9 Parker 
Russell James B., driver Hatch & Co.'s express, h. 73 Elm 
Russell James H., foreman G. S. Homer, Prospect, near 

South, house 143 Fourth 
Russell John A., farmer, Acushnet avenue 
Russell Luther R., clerk, 139 South Water, cor. Griffin, 

boards 66 South Second 
-Russell Martha Miss, house 65 Walnut, cor. So. Sixth 
Russell Mary, widow of John T., house 22 Allen 
Russell Mary E. Mrs., house 257 Acushnet avenue 



NEW BEDFORD [J{,] DIRECTORY. 221 

Russell Mary V. Miss, house 65 Walnut 
■Russell Nancy, widow of Job, house 148 Fourth 
Russell Nathaniel D., driver E. C. Milliken, house 110 

Merrimac 
Russell Olive, wi<low of Isaac, house 285 Acushnet av. • 
Russell Pardon, laborer, house Hathaway road, west of 

Rockdale avenue 
Russell Pardon, jr., carriage maker, bds. Hathaway road 
Russell Peter, switchnian^'O. C. K. R., h. 1 No. Front 
Russell Philip C, glassinaker, hous-e 100 So. Second 
Russell Roland T, G. (Russt'll & Co.), house and sign 

painter, 3 Fifth, house 116 South Sixth 
Russell Sally Miss, house Hawthorn,, near Page 
Russell Samuel J., sub-carrier P. ()., house 154GrinnelI 
Russell Wm. A., elk. N. B. & N. Y. S. S. Co., h. 77 State 
Russell & Co. -(Roland T. G. Russell and Edgar S. Gil- 
bert), house and sign painters, 3 Fifth 
Rutledge Mary A., widow, house 6 Hazard court 
Ryan Bros. (Timothy arid John Ryan), plumbers and gas- 
fitters, 487 Purchase 
Ryan Edwaivl, weavei', boards 1, rear 625 Purchase 
Ryan Edward, carpenter, house 33 Hillinan 
Ryan James, laborer, house foot South Front 
Ryan Jeremiah, picker, house 97 South Front 
Ryan Joanna, widow, house 47 South 
Ryan John, fireman Prussian Blue Works, house Clinton, 

corner South Emerson 
Ryan John, hiboi'er, house 4 Wall 

Ryan John, jr., ropeniaker, boards J. Ryan's, Clinton, cor- 
ner South Emerson 
Ryan John H. (Ryan Bros.), 487 Purchase, bds. 4 Wall 
Ryan Katie Miss, dressmaker, 33 Hill man, house do. 
Ryan Rosanna, widow of Thomas, h. 120 South First 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, h. No. Chancery, near Parker 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, house 1, rear 625 Purchase 
Ryan Timothy (Ryan Bros.), 487 Purchase, bds. 4 Wall 
Ryan William P., cooper, house 215 South Water 
Ryder Ann Mrs., house Rockland, corner Bonney 
Ryder Arthifi' W., shoemaker, bds. Rockland, c. Bonney 
Ryder Charles F., baker, 173 Union, h. 104 So. Sixth 
Ryder Edgar F., tailor, 86 William, house 125 Middle 
Ryder Ebenezer (Ryder & Smith), spar maker, 152 No. 

Water, house 45 Sycamore 
Ryder George E., rooms 42 North Sixth 
Ryder Plerbert H., at T. M. Hart's, boards Rockland, cor- 
ner Bonnev 
RYDER LINUS, box mnfr., 9 Pine, h. at Fairhaven 
Ryiler Louise, widow of James, house 89 County 
Ryder Sumner, machinist, boards 80 Fifth 



222 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Ryclev Willarcl W., mariner, house 114 High 
Ryder William H., stone-cutter, house 263 Kempton 
Ryder Wm, I., shoemaker, b. Mansion House, 87 Union 
Ryder Wm. J., shoemaker, h. Rockland, cor. Bonney 
Ryder & Smith (Ebenezer Ryder and Arven Smith), spar 
makers, 152 North Water 

SABINS PHILANDER G., teamster, h. 296 So. Water 
Sadler Edward P., gikler, boards 17 Rockdale avenue 
Sadler Geo. H., carriage trimmer, boards 290 Cedar 
Sadler John, boards 13 Maxfield 

Sadler John N., stone-mason, house 17 Rockdale avenue 
Sadler Mary Mrs., house 11 Rockdale avenue 
Sadler William J., city laborer, house 290 Cedar 
Sagassie Alfred, operative, house 4 Hazard court 
Salisbury Levi, butcher, h. Middle road, Clark's Point 
Salisbury Wendell P., butcher, house 41 Cover 
Salmon Alexaiidei-, loom-fixer, house 264 South Second 
Salmon John, house State, 2d on left from Linden 
Salsteen Charles, picture fraraer, house 177 Pleasant 
Salter Mary D., widow of Wm. IL, house 88 So. Sixth 
Salter Wui. F., clerk, 19 North Second, bds. 88 Sixth 
Samplin Eliza, widow of Parker S., house 78 Ash 
Sampson Benjamin F., blacksmith, h. 154 North Second 
Sampson Chnrles E., clerk 34 Union, house 82 Foi'est 
Sampson Edith A., music teacher, house 130 Chestnut 
Sampson Frederick H., laborer, house 29 School 
Sampson George E., stone-cutter, house 4 Bush 
Sampson John, painter, b. Whitcomb House, 152 Union 
Sampson John H., painter, house 42 North Sixth 
Sampson Rachael H., widow of John D., h. 83 Walden 
Sampson Seth J., clerk, 6 No. Water, house 83 Walden 
Sampson Simeon, laborer, house First, corner Bush 
Sampson Warren W., overseer in shoe shop, House of 

Correction, house 13U Chestnut 
Sampson Zilpha B , widow of Elias, h. 40 Pleasant 
Sanborn William, clerk, house 17 School 
Sanders Bros. (Wm. and Henry V. Sanders), clothing, 

67 and 69 William 
Sanders Edward Mrs., h. 696 Acushnet av., cor. Wall 
Sanders Henry V. (Sanders Bros.), house 384 Purchase 
Sanders John E., stone-cutter, boards 696 Acushnet av. 
Sanders Martha B., widow of Heniy, house 384 Purchase 
Sanders William (Sanders Bros.), house 218 Union 
Sanders William, mariner, liouse 236 Middle 
Sanders William, mariner, boards 9 South Water 
Sanderson Charles C, painter, boards 167 Kempton 
Sanderson William B., wood sawyer, h. 167 Kempton 
Sanford Abraham T., cooper, h. 75 Prospect, cor. South 



NEW BEDFORD [^J DIRECTORY. 223 

Sanford Angeline, widow of Elleiy, house 64 School 
Sanford Betsey, widow of Squire, house 51 Kempton 
Sanford (Charles H., booklieeper Charles Taber & Co., and 
clerk of 3rd District Court, boards Washington, cor- 
ner Dartmouth 
Sanford Edward T., master mariner, boards Thomas San- 
ford's, Rockland 
Sanford Edwin Mi"s., house 101 Fourth 
Sanford Eliza H. Miss, teacher Bush street primary school, 

house 33 High 
Sanford Frank H., hostler, boards 102 High 
Sanford Gardner T. (S. 'P. Burt & Co.), banker and 

broker, 43 North Water, house 74 Fourth 
Sanford Giles, cooper, house 6 Ward, next Bedford 
Sanford Henry, clerk, Union, c. North Front, h. 72 County 
Sanford Isaac, cooper, house 64 Spruce 
Sanford Isaac T., foreman Charles Taber & Co., house 

173 Middle 
Sanford John, mason, house 90 High 

Sanford Lizzie, widow of Ray Green, house 67 Kempton 
Sanford Sylvia, widow of Benjamin F., house 102 High 
Sanford Thomas, painter, h. Rockland, corner Crnpo 
Sanford William C. M., painter, house 51 Kempton 
Sargent Fi'cd H., gold and silver plater, Pleasant, corner 

Mechanics lane, boards 107 Elm 
Sargent Moi'ris, boards 8 Ricketson court 
Satterlee William H. (W. H. Satterlee & Co.), house 94 

State, 
Satterlee W. H. & Co. (William H. Satterlee and Frank 

J. Brady), teas, coffees, Ac, 78 Purchase 
Savage John, weaver, house County, near Austin 
Savage John, poli'ce, iiouse 125 Alien 
Savage M.iry, widow, house 11 Hazard court 
Savory Charles W., carpenter, house 166 Pleasant 
SAWIjV ALBION K. P., teamster and hay dealer, 

7 Merrill's wh;irf, house 114 Acushnet avenue 
Sawin Frank E., su])erintendent N. E. Embroidery Co., 

355 Acushnet avenue, boards at Fairhaven 
Sawin George F., clerk, boards 114 Acushnet avenue 
Sawin Lewis L., baker, house 15 Campbell 
Sawtelle Isaac F., master mariner, house 151 Pleasant 
Sawyer Albert C, printei-, boards 48 North 
Sawyer Frederick T., city laborer, house 65 Smith 
Sawyer Gideon T., mason, house 48 North 
Sawyer Helena Miss, assistant Aim well school, boards 48 
North [dale av., corner Parker 

Sawyer John A., ship smith, 25 North Front, house Rock- 
Sawyer John J., ship smith, house 72 Thomas 
Sawyer Melvin, laborer, boards 4 Bush 



224 . NEW BEDFORD [§] DIRECTORY. 

SAWYEK STEPHEN P., stoves and tinware, 134 

Purchase, house 46 Hill 
Saxby John, second hand Wamsutta mills, boards 580 

Purchase , [580 Purchase 

•Saxon Elias George, second hand Wamsutta mills, boards 
Saxon James H., second hand Wamsutta mills, house 580 

Purchnse 
Sayer Benjamin L. Mrs., house 200 Acushnet avenue 
Sayer Charles C, register of deeds, southern district of 

Brifitol county, office Court-house, house 57 Fourth 
Sayer Thomas, house 50 Hill man 
Sayer Wm. L. (Mercury Publishing Co.), house 200 

Acushnet avenue 
Scales Robert, night watch Cordage factory, h. 100 Allen 
Scammon George H., house keeper police station 2, 

house rear 158 Pleasant 
Scarborough Henry A., hair-dresser, 255 Purchase, house 

7 Spruce 
Scent Annie Mrs., house 5 Griffin 
Schofield Richard, weaver, house 593 Purchase 
Schwall George, upholsterer, 201 Acushnet avenue, house 

11 Bonney 
Schwall James B., clerk 527 Purchase, bds. 11 Bonney 
Schwall Mary Eva, teacher Dartmouth street primary 

school, boards 11 Bonney 
Scott Almira Mrs., house rear 77 Linden 
Scott George W., roof painter, house 49 Maxfield 
Scott Hagar A., widow of James, house 126 Kempton 
Scott Henry, job wagon, house 54 Sherman 
Scott Jacob H. N. Mrs., house 189 Elm 
Scott James N"., painter, house Swamp, near Cedar 
Scott Joseph M., hair-dresser, 81 William, h. 7 Emerson 
Scranton William N,, billiard saloon, 73 Union, boards 

Mansion House 
Scribner Merritt, butcher, house 3 Division 
Scully Mary Ann, widow, h. South First, corner Delano 
Seabury Alexander H, president Mount Washington 

Glass Co., house 31 Eighth 
Seabury Catharine B. Mrs., house 97 Hillman 
Seabury Catharine J. Miss, house 97 Hillman 
Seabury Charles P., master mariner, h. 47 E^ifth, c. Bush 
Seabury Charles P., jr., clerk O. C, R. R. freight office, 

house 47 Fifth, corner Bush 
Seabury Edward W., house 26 Walnut 
Seabury Frank A., harness cleaner, boards 117 Fifth 
Sealniry Humphrey W., master mariner, h. 124 County 
Seabury Julia A. Miss, house 50 Fifth 
SEABURY OTIS, president New Bedford and New 
Yt)rk Steamship Co., office 6 Commercial wharf, 
house 44 Fourth 



NEW BEDFOED [g] DIEECTORT. 225 

Seabary Pardon G. Mrs., house 227 County- 
Seals Spencer, laborer, house Sullivan, near Middle 
Seals Wra. Harrison, porter, house 232 Middle 
Seaman William, laborer, boards 121 Allen 
Seamans James E., shoe stitcher, house 101 Chestnut 
Seara Amos, brakeman O. C. R. R., house Penniman, 

near Purchase [nut 

Searell Charles, rigger, Merrill's wharf, house 126 Chest- 
Searell Charles T., carpenter, 119 North Water, house 13 

Kempton 
Searell William A., supt.. Masonic Hall, h. 54 Summer 
Searles Mortimer, machinist, h. 190 Acushnet avenue 
Sears Anthony F. (U. S. Navy), house 21 Oak, cor. Clay 
Sears Driisilla W., teacher Parker street grammar school, 

boards 105 Maxfield 
Sears Edward, painter, house 218 County 
Sears Hannah M. Mrs., house 5 Franklin 
Sears H. G. O., carpenter and builder, h. 497 Purchase 
Sears Isaiah, hog trader, house 21 Griffin, cor. So. Second 
Sears Jas. B., ship-carpenter, b. Mansion House, 87 Union 
Sears John P., house Dartmouth, beyond Weaver 
Sears Marshall G., carpenter, h. 90 Grinnell, c. So. Second. 
Sears Nathan, boat builder, house 24 High 
Sears Sarah E., teacher Bush street primary school, bds. 

21 Griffin 
Sears Willard Mrs., house 35 Purchase 
Sears William H., carpenter, boards 497 Purchase 
Senakle Henry, engineer O. C. R. R., bds. 220 Pleasant 
Senna Manuel, cigars and tobacco, 119 S. Water, h. 180 do. 
Senna Manuel, cigar maker, house 96 South Second. 
Senna Manuel, mariner, house 123 South First 
Senna Manuel P., laborer, house 57 Howland 
Seward John, carjDenter, house 76 North Second 
Shafts Ann Maria, widow of Paul J., house 14 Oak 
Shalling Frederick G., jr., engraver, house 514 Purchase 
Shanks James, shoemaker, house 518 Acushnet avenue 
Shannon Mary, widow of William, housa 73 Pleasant 
Sharpies James, weaver, house Washburn, 4th on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Sharpies .Jane, widow of John F., house 183 State 
Sharpies John, loom fixer, h. Hathaway rd., n. Mt. Pleasant 
Sharpies John, loom fixer, house 5 Seneca 
Sharpies Joseph, weaver, house 4 Austin 
Sharpies Robert, weaver, house 255 South First 
Sharpies Thomas, house 650 Acushnet avenue 
Sharpies William A., weaver, house 14 Fulton court 
Sharratt Henry L., weaver Wamsutta mills, house 642 

]*urchase [chase 

Sharratt Lawrence, slasher Wamsutta mills, h. 614 Pur- 
15 



226 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIEECTORY. 

Shaw Albert, cabinet maker, house 72 High 
Shaw B. Sumner, mason, house 13 Chancery 
Shaw Edward S., clerk, 566 Acushnet avenue, boards Job 

L, Shaw's, Belleville road 
Shaw Elmer H., variety store, 98 William, house 70 Elm 
SHAW FRANKLIN, carriage manufacturer, 51 

Elm, house at Fairhaven 
Shaw Frederick P., house 395 Purchase 
Shaw Harriet D., widow of Isaac, house 16 Ash 
Shaw James, weaver Potoraska mills, boards 40 Rivet 
Shaw Job Mrs., widow, house 129 North Second 
Shaw Job L., house Belleville road, 2d on left from 

Acushnet avenue 
Shaw John W., boards 35 Eighth 
Shaw Luther F., house 70 Sycamore 
Shaw Mary W, Mrs., dressmaker, house 55 County 
Shaw Samuel, house 82 State 
Shaw Thomas W. B., slasher Potomska mills, boards 34 

Howland 
Shaw William C, boards 413 Purchase 
Shea Catharine, widow of John T., house 234 County 
Shea Daniel, at Geo. Delano & Co.'s, h. 186 South First 
Shea Daniel, jr., teamster, house 186 South First 
Shea Dennis, laborer, house 155 Acushnet avenue 
Shea Dennis, gardener, house 4 Borden 
Shea Jeremiah, laborer, house 223 Pleasant 
Shea John, baker, boards 700 Acushnet avenue 
Shea John J., card grinder, boards 186 South First 
Shea John T., laborer, house 234 County 
Shea Michael J., junk dealer, 130 So. First, bds. 126 do. 
Shea Patrick, laborer, house 126 South First 
Shearman Humphrey, house 264 County 
Shearraon Samson, superintendent City and Fish Island 

Railway, house Fish Island 
Sheehan Daniel, card stripper, h. 209 Pleasant, c. Austin 
Sheehan John, mule-spinner, boards 209 Pleasant 
Sheehan Margaret, widow, house 43 Middle 
Sheehan Mary, widow of Timothy, h. Clark, cor. State 
Sheehan Michael, mule-spinner, boards 209 Pleasant 
Sheehan Owen, spinner N. B, Cordage Co., h. 219 Middle 
Sheehan Timothy, gardener, 47 So. Sixth, house Fourth, 

corner Rockland 
Sheehy Michael, boat builder, house 661 Purchase 
Shepard Belle S. Mrs., house 53 Cedar 
Shepard Charles H., painter, boards 283^ Bedford 
Shepard Charles W., carpenter, house 88 High 
Shepard Isaac F., express, house. 75 Smith 
Shepard Mary, widow of Isaac, house 75 Smith 
Shepard Ruth E. Mis>, bookkeeper C. F. Wing, boards 78 

Thomas 



NEW BEDFORD [§] DIRECTORY. 227 

Shepard Sarah A., widow of John, house 14 Lindsay- 
Shepherd .Caleb G., house 61 Walden 
Shepherd Caleb G., jr., house 91 High 
Shepherd David, weaver, boards rear 606 Purchase 
Shepherd David J., boat builder, house 22 Crapo 
Shepherd' Eliza J. D., teacher Parker street grammar 

school, boards 37 North Sixth 
Shepherd Elizabeth, widow, house rear 606 Purchase 
Shepherd James, weaver, boards rear 606 Purchase 
Shepherd John B., drug clerk, 91 Union, boards. 480 

Acushnet avenue 
Shepherd Margaret, widow of Moses, house 165 Elm 
'Shepherd Nathaniel, house 82 Maxfield 
Shepherd Nathaniel T., boards 104 Fifth 
Shepherd Philip H., compositor Mercury office, h. 104 Fifth 
Shepherd Stephen H., Standard office, house 78 Thomas 
Shepherd William, boards 61 Walden 
Sherburne Ruhamah, widow of Franklin, h. 53 Blackmore 
Sheridan House, Gustavus White, jr., iDroprietor, 7 and 9 

North Second 
Sheridan Robert, mule-spinner, bds. First, cor. Potomska 
Sherlock Mary, widow, house rear 41 Middle 
Sherman Abner (Sturtevant & Sherman), cari^enter, 132 

North Water, house 87 Walden 
Sherman Abram, carriage maker, house 93 Linden 
Sherman Albeit G., house 13 Mill 

Sherman Anthony, house North, n. Hunter, Cannonville 
Sherman Asa R., pressman Standard office, house 115 

Sycamore, west of Cedar 
Sherman Benjamin F., operative, house 82 North Second 
Sherman Charles A. S., salesman T. J. Gifford & Co., 

boards 161 William 
Sherman Charles C, fisherman, house 69 Forest 
Sherman Charles H., ice dealer, house 118 South Sixth 
Sherman Chas. H., 3(1, carpenter, h. Hunter, n. Kempton 
SHERMAT^ CHARLES R., mathematical, nauti- 
cal, and optical instruments, 49 North Water, house 

161 William [433 Acushnet av. 

Sherman Charles W., clerk C. H. & H. A. Lawton, bds. 
Sherman Clarence R. (R. A. Sherman & Son), carpenter, 

2 Leonard, n. South Water, h. 20 County, cor. South 
Sherman Clarinda T., widow of Bradford, h. 44 Sycamore 
Sherman David W., farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Sherman Edward D. (I. C. Sherman & Son), house 86 

County, corner Bedford 
Sherman Everett B., steward Parker House, boards do. 
Sherman Francis P., photographer, 134^ Union, house 

at Fairhaven 
Sherman Frederick W., boards 4.33 Acushnet avenue 



228 NEW BEDFORD [§] DIRECTORY. 

Slierman George C, carriage paiuter, 27 Acushnet avenue, 

house 153 Mill 
Sherman Gideon, carpenter, house 163 Mill 
Sherman Henry F*,, house 104 Hillman 
Sherman Isaac C. (I. C. Sherman & Son), groceries and 

provisions. 111 Fourth, cor. Bedford, h. 26 Bedford 
Sherman Isaac E., at Geo. Delano & Co.'s, h, 8 Greene 
Sherman Isaac H., gilder, house 20 Kempton 
SHEKMAN I. C. & SON (IsaacC. and Edward 

D. Sherman), groceries and provisions, 111 Fourth, 

corner Bedford 
Sherman James H. (Parker & Sherman), tin and sheet, 

iron worker, Union, cor. Water, house 10 Eighth 
Sherman James H., machinist, house 92 Fourth 
Sherman James H., mariner, house 161 Campbell 
Sherman James L. (James L. Sherman & Co.), lumber, 

132 North Water, house 74 South Second 
SHERMAN JAMES L. & CO. (James L. Sher- 
man), lumber dealers, 132 North Water 
Sherman Jireh C, gas and steam fitter, 60 William, house 

199 Purchase 
Sherman Jireh S., teamster, h. Kempton, cor. Hunter 
Sherman Job B., grocer, Foster, c. North, \}. 67 Kempton 
Sherman John, belt maker Wamsutta mills, house Vine 
Sherman Lucy T., widow of Obed, house 67 Kempton 
Sherman Maria Mrs., house rear 497 Purchase 
Sherman N. Willis, mason, house 129 North Second 
Sherman Otis T., carpenter J. M. Foster, house 420 

Acushnet av. [tory, h. 14 Morgan 

Sherman Peleg A., overseer spinning room Cordage iac- 
Sherman Philip S., agent weigher Acushnet Coal Co., foot 

of Hillman, near R. R., house 104 Hillman 
Sherman Pliny B., .foreman Knight's printing office, 45 

William, house 433 Acushnet avenue 
Sherman Robert A. (R. A. Sherman & Son), carpenter, 

2 Leonard, n. South Water, h. 20 County, coi-. South 
Sherman R, A. & Son (Robert A. and Clarence R. Sher- 
man), carpenters and builders, 2 Leonard, n. S. Water 
Sherman Silas C, pilot, house 167 Mill 
Sherman Simeon K., clerk, house 167 Mill 
Sherman Stephen, ship-carpenter, house 85 South Second 
Sherman Stephen H., picture frame maker, b. 85 S. Second 
Sherman Theodore T., cprpenter, boards 33 Kempton 
Sherman Thomas E., millinery, 17 Purchase, boards Mt. 

Pleasant House [20 Kempton 

Sherman Thomas W., baggage master O.C. R. R., boards 
Sherman Urial, house 79 Fifth 
Sherman William B., supt. New Bedford Water Works, 

house 87 Walden 



NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 229. 

Sherman Wm. D., blacksmith, 150 So. Water, h. 119 Fifth 
SHERMAN WM. H., hack, livery, and boarding 

stable, 24 Fourth, house 57 School, corner Fourth 
SHERMAN WM. J., treas. Union Boot & Shoe 

Co., 71 and 75 William, house 5 Ricketson court 
Sherman William R., clerk, 49 No. Water, b. 161 William 
Sherman William W., seaman, house 85 South Second 
Sherrett Lewis, granite-cutter, boards 85 Smith 
Sherry James, boots, etc., 18 Purchase, house 44 County 
Shields Chas. M., plumber Hastings & Co., h. 10 County 
Shields Daniel, laborer, house 57 Ash 
Shields James, laborer, house Chauncey, opp. Clinton 
Shields Martha W., widow of Paul, house 83 Cedar 
Shirley Frederick S., agent Mt. Washington Glass Co., 

Prospect, near Rowland, house 162 Acushnet avenue 
Shock! ey Frederick A,, clerk, 663 Purchase, bds. 661 do, 
Shockley Joseph, house 28 Elm 

Shockley Sarah D. H., widow of William, h. 40 Spring 
Shore Sarah, widow of Matthew, house 45 Foster 
Shorey Milford N., boards 98 Hillman 
Short Dennis Mrs., house 4 Cannon 
Shoules Charles W. Mrs., house 48 High 
Shuler George, shoemaker, house 64 Foster 
Shuler .Jacob, shoemaker, boards 63 Mechanics lane 
SHURTLEFF ISRAEL H., apothecary. Fourth, 

corner Grinnell, boards 257 Acushnet avenue 
Shurtleff John R. (Chapman & Shurtletf), sail-maker, 

Union, corner Front, house 13 Lincoln 
Sidebottom Ann Mrs., house 5 Ashley 
Sidebottom Peter, picture frame maker, house 5 Ashley 
Silva Antone, laborer, house 65J-^ Prospect 
Silva Antone, house 178 South Water 
Silva Antone, laborer, house 66 Grinnell 
Silva Antone, laborel", house 97 South Front 
Silva Antone J., shoemaker, 143 South Water, bouse 126 

South First 
Silva Da Sebastias, seaman, h. rear 50 Rowland 
Silva Felicia, widow of John, house 110 South Front 
Silva Francis M., bowling saloon, 57 Rowland, corner 

South Front, house do. 
Silva Frank, laborer, house 178 South Water 
Silva Frank, laborer, house 122 South First 
Silva Frank, laborer, house 124 South First 
Silva Isabella, widow, house South Front, n. Rowland 
Silva John, laborer, house 127 South Front 
Silva John, mariner, house 185 South Second 
Silva John A., laborer, house 278 South Water 
Silva John D., master mariner, house 20 Clinton 
Silva John E., laborer, house 18 Rowland 



.230 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Silva Joseph D., master mariner, house 81 Washington 

Silva Joseph L., seaman, house 16 Rowland 

Silva Joseph S., mariner, house 16 Howland 

Silva Manuel, seaman, house rear Acushnet avenue, south 

of Division 
Silva Manuel, fisherman, house 95 South Front 
Silva Manuel, mariner, house 248 South Water 
Silva Manuel, mill operative, house 188 South Water 
Silva Manuel, laborer, house 105)^ South Water 
Silva Manuel, laborer, house 46 Howland 
Silva Manuel, mariner, house 241 South Water 
Silva Manuel A., laborer, house 31 South 
• Silva Manuel J,, shoemaker, 195| South Water, house 
189 South Second 
Silva Manuel P., laborer, house 37 Rivet 
Silva Margaret, widow, house 110 South Front 
Silva Mary A., widow of Joseph L., h. 167 Summer 
Silva Victorine, fisherman, house 65 Prospect 
Silva William, fireman N. B. Cordage Co., h. 49 Ash 
Silva, see Silvia, also Sylvia 

Silvester Charles H., clerk, 2 School, house 57 Foster 
Silvester David, billiard room, 53 William, h. 145 Middle 
Silvester Fred'k B,, clerk Standard office, h. 50 Russell 
Silvester John C, mariner, house 85 Elm 
Silvester William R. N. (Benj. FI. Waite & Co.), dry 
goods, etc., 40 Purchase, house 195 Acushnet avenue 
Silvester, see also Sylvester 

Silvia John, shoemaker, Acushnet avenue, corner Tar- 
kiln hill road, house Belleville road, Head of the River 
Silvia Joseph, laborer, house 7 Griffin 
Silvia Manuel P. (David Watson & Co.), b. 110 So. Water' 
Simister Henry, weaver, house 563 Purchase 
Simmons Allen S., carriage maker, Pine, h. 108 Fourth 
Simmons Anna, widow, house 20 School 
Simmons Charles Mrs., house 205 Middle 
Simmons Charles C, clerk Hatch & Co.'s Express, boards 

11 Fifth 
Simmons David, night watchman N. B. Water Works, 

house 819 Purchase 
Simmons Emma A. M. Miss, teacher Dartmouth street 

primary school, bds. Philip Simmons', Mt. Pleasant 
Simmons Etta C, widow of Alexander W., h. 90 High 
Simmons George W., carriage painter G. L. Brownell, 

house 102 Acushnet avenue 
Simmons Horace Mrs., boai'ds 81 Pleasant 
Simmons James M., farmer (Tiverton), house 566 Pur- 
chase, corner Merrimac 
Simmons Jeremiah W., teamster, house 30 South 
Simmons Lydia, widow of Samuel, h. 92 Washington 



NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 231 

Simmons Mary, widow of Stephen, house 238 Middle 
Simmons Philip, h. Mt. Washington, beyond the reservoir 
Simmons Sarah L., widow of Arphaxad, h. 70 Hillman 
Simmons Thomas E., farmer, house Plainville 
Simons Amelia, dry goods, 72 Purchase, house do. 
Simpson Andrew J., baggage master O. C. R. R., house 

220 Summer 
Simpson James, -weaver Wamsutta mills, house Durfee, 

near Shawmut avenue 
Simpson Thomas O., laborer, house 3 jCounty, corner 

Thompson's lane 
Sinclair James G., master mariner, h. 113 So. Second 
Sisco Edward, laborer, house 216J^ Middle 
Sisson Charles A., grocer, 150 Union, h. at So. Dartmouth 
Sisson Edw. R., homoepathic physician, 15 Eighth, h. do. 
Sisson George W., laborer, house 17 Morgan's lane 
Sisson Gideon, carpenter, house 39 Chestnut 
Sisson James E., saloon, 102 and 104 Union, house do. 
Sisson James F., teamster, house 22 Emerson 
Sisson Jasper L. (Chase & Sisson), carpenter, h. 100 Fifth 
Sisson Job, cooper, house 17 Morgan's lane 
Sisson Job, jr., mariner, house 17 Morgan's lane 
Sisson John F., fisherman, house 18 Coffin 
Sisson Joseph D. L., police, house 12 Bethel 
Sisson Lydia M., widow of Wm., h. Kerapton, n. Watson 
Sisson Mary J. Miss, tailoress, house 160 North 
Sisson Otis A., house Sylvan Grove, Acushnet avenue, 

corner Braleyville road 
Sisson Sarah J. Mrs., boarding-house, 682 Purchase 
Sisson William, cooper, house 17 Morgan's lane 
Sisson William Mrs., widow, house 70 Elm 
Sisson William H., teamster, house 117 Cedar 
Skein Mary, widow, house 188 State 
SkiiF Andrew J., police, house 133 Kempton 
SkiflF Charles, farmer, house 8 Skiff's avenue 
SkiffEliza, widow, house rear 36 Maxfield 
Skiff James, farmer, house Skiff's avenue 
Skiff Stephen B., blacksmith. Mechanics lane, house 76 

Pleasant, corner Maxfield 
Skiff Susan, widow of William H., house 264 Kempton 
Skiff Thomas, farmer, house 5 Skiff's avenue 
Skinner Alfred E., stove mounter, bouse 9 Walnut 
Slater James, variety store, 642 Purchase, house do. 
Slocum Abner G., laborer, house 13 Bush 
Slocum Calvin J., shoemaker, boards Kempton, corner 

Summit, Cannonville 
Slocum Charity C, widow, house 59 Fifth 
Slocum Charles R., clerk, 117 Union, h. 1^4 Acushnet av. 
Slocum Edward H,, laborer, house 4 Sears court 



232 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTOET. 

Slocum Francis H., driver job wagon, bds. 20 Emerson 
Sicca in Frederick, house 161 Fourth 
Slocum Humphrey A., boatman, house 148 No. Second 
Slocum James D., cooper Geo. Delano & Co., h. 94 Fourth 
Slocum James N., stone-mason, house 179 Allen, near 

Dartmouth line 
Slocum Joseph R., master mariner, boai'ds 212 County 
Slocum Ijovice, widow of William, house*67 So. Water 
Slocum Peleg, house 16 Fifth, corner Spring 
Slocum Phillip. D. (P. D. Slocum & Co.), clothing, 27 

North Water, house 112 Fifth 
Slocum P. D. & Co. (Phillip D. Slocum and Richard 

Almy), clothing, 27 North Water 
Slocum Rebecca H., widow of James T., h. 34 Seventh- . 
Slocum Sally, widow, house Court, near Dartmouth line 
Slocum Stephen P., painter, house 29 County 
Slocum Wanton D., candler S. Leonard & Son, house 153 

Acushnet avenue 
Slocum William L., farmer, house So. First, near Delano 
Slosson Henry C, bartender, house 8 Spring 
Slossdn John, bottler^ house 8 Spring 
Sly Thomas, weaver, house 111 Fifth 
Small Chas. E., W. U. telegraph operator Parker House, 

boards do. _ [67 Maxfield 

Small David S., clerk freight house O. C. R. R., house 
Small Webster, teamster, house Mill, Head of the River 
Smalley John, weaver, h. Mt. Pleasant, near Reservoir 
Smalley Orrick, weigher and ganger Custom House, 

house 209 Acushnet avenue 
Smalley Orrick, jr., house 71 South Sixth 
Smith Abbott P. (A. P. Smith & Co.), produce, 22 Un- 
ion, house 3 Maple 
Smith Alfred E. (Smith Brothers), globe decorator, Pros- 
pect, house 65 High 
Smith Allen, jr., mariner, house 29 Bedford 
Smith Andrew J. (Durfee & Smith), horseshoer, Me- 

chinics lane, house 78 Mill 
Smith Angeline, ■^vidow of George, house 160 So. Water 
Smith Arvin (Ryder & Smith), spar maker, 152 North 

Water, house 72 Kempton 
Smith Asa C, clerk, 91 Union, boards 7 Spring 
Smith A., driver, house 18 Chauncey 
Smith A. P. & Co. (Abbott P. Smith and William J. 

Worth), produce and Fish, 22 Union 
Smith Bradford, in N. B. Copper Works, boards 524 

Purchase 
SMITH BROTHERS (Alfred E. and Harry A. 

Suiith), dqcorated gas shades, globes, vases, etc., 

Prospect 



NEW BEDFORD [§] DIRECTORY. 233 

Smith Charles E., shoemaker, boards 110 Middle 

Smith Charles N., compositor Standard office, house 152 

North Second 
Smith Chai-lotte Mrs., lioiise 26 Wing, corner Blfth 
Smith Clarence S., carpenter, bds. 170 Acushnet avenue 
Smith Daniel Ix, saloon, 19 Union, liouse 27 do. 
Smith Daniel E., painter, house 26 South Second 
Smith Daniel Herbert, machinist, boards 96 Fourtli 
Smith Daniel W., currier, boards 6 Market Square 
Smith Dora S., widow of James T., house 18 Bonney 
Smith Edward F., in weavino- room, h. 98 Merriinac 
Smith Ellas, butcher, house Rockdale avenue, cor. Mill 
Smith Eliza Mrs., house 159 Elm 

Smith Elizabeth, widow of Henry H., house 131 Smith 
Smith Elizabeth, widow of William, house 180 Kempton 
Smith Elizabeth, widow, house 68 South Orchard 
Smith Elizabeth H., wid. of Alvin C, h. 433 Acushnet av. 
Smith Ella G. Miss, teacher Bush street primary school, 

boards Samuel D. Smith's, Belleville road 
Smith Emerson, clerk, house 220 County 
Smith E. F. Mrs., washerwoman, house 15 Cannon 
Smith Francis C, driver bread wagon, h. Clark's point rd. 
Smith Frank, seaman, house 184 South Water 
Smith Frank C, plane-maker, b. Thos, C. Smith's, "Weaver 
Smith Frederick, house 8 Davis 
Smith George, carpenter, house 133 Grinnell 
Smith George, laborer, house Clark 
Smith George A., traveling agent, house 75 Ilillman 
Smith George G., peddler, house Atlantic, next Arnold 
Smith Gorham B., clerk, 295 Purchase, boards 524 do. 
Smith Hannah, widow of Richard, house 143 Acushnet av. 
Smith Harry A. (Smith Bros.), globe decorator. Prospect, 

house 132 Middle [cor. Purchase 

Smith Harry C, compositor Mercury office, bds. Union, 
Smith Henry, janitor Parker st. school, h. 154 Summer 
Smith Henry H., spinner Potomska mills, h. 112 So. Fifth 
Smith Henry R., stevedore, house 15 First 
Smith Henry W. (Smith & Allen), spar maker, foot of 

Walnut, house 84 Kempto.n 
Smith Henry W., photographer, h. 29 Seventh, c. School 
Smith Humprey, laborer, hcnise 111 South Seventh 
Smith Israel, house Ocean, near Arnold 
Smith .Jacob, weaver, boards Rivet, corner Second 
Smith James, baker, house 41 Merrimac, east of Purchase 
Smith James, laborer, house 83 South Water 
Smith James B., shipping clerk Morse Twist Drill Co., h. 

101 Fifth 
Smith James F., weaver, boards 579 Purchase 
Smith James II., house 6 West Willis 



234 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Smith John, farmer George C. Hatch, Acushnet avenue, 

house Belleville road, opp. Acushnet river 
Smith John, laborer, house 24 Merrimac 
Smith John, weaver, house 128 South Front 
Smith John, mariner, house 18 Mill 
Smith John, weaver, house 849 Acushnet avenue 
Smith John Henry, teamster, house 7 Willis 
Smith Jolin Henry, hairdresser, house 5 Elm 
Smith John J., laborer, h. 189 W. Campbell, n, Emerson 
Smith John K., weaver, house 692 Acushnet avenue 
Smith John W., plane-maker, 12 William, h. 5 W. Willis 
Smith Joseph, night watchman Potomska mills, opp. 269 

_ South Water, house 171 Grinnell, opp. Crapo 
Smith Joseph, weaver, house rear 536 Purchase 
Smith Joseph, mariner, house 159 Mill 
Smith Joseph B,, overseer cloth room Wamsutta mills, h. 
157 State [Middle, h. 192 Cedar 

Smith Joseph C. (Cota & Smith), grocer, 56 Cedar, cor. 
Smith Joseph H., laborer, house 98 Smith 
Smith Josephine, widow of Thornton, house 7 Spring 
Smith Judith A., widow of Henry M., housekeeper, Grin- 
nell, near Fourth . [Hillraan 
Smith Julia A. Miss, school teacher (Dighton), h. 106 
Smith Lewis, mariner, house 8 North 
Smith Lizzie E. Miss, teacher William street school, house 
_ 672 Acushnet av. [school, b. 69 Mill 
Smith Lucretia N. Miss,- teacher Parker street grammar 
Smith Lydia, widow, house 152 North Second 
Smith L. Frank, carpenter, house 8 North 
Smith Mary A. Miss, fruit and confectionery, 420 Pur- 
chase, house do. 
Smith Mary A. Mrs., 121 South Second 
Smith Mary E. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, house 159 Mill 
Smith Matilda J. Miss, teacher Parker street grammar 

school, boards 56 Hillman 
Smith Medora, widow of James T., house 18 Bonney 
Smith Mercy B., widow, house 23 Sherman 
Smith Michael, laborer, house 603 Acushnet avenue 
Smith Morris, photographer, 134}^ Union, h. at Fairhaven . 
Smith Nancy, widow of Horatio, boards 73 Pleasant 
Smith Nancy Miss, house 95 South Sixth 
Smith Ole, laborer, house 12 Bethel 
Smith O., laborer, house 17 Maxfield 
Smith Patrick, laborer, house 579 Purchase 
Smith Patrick Henry, operative, b. Phillip Smith's, Clark 
Smith Paul, rope maker, house 6 South Chancery 
Smith Philip, laborer N. B. Copper Works, house Clark, 

near Purchase 
Smith Robert G., mariner, house 333 South Water 



NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 235 

Smith Robert G., jr., laborer, house 333 South Water 
Smith Ruth L., widow of Henry, house 7 South Cottage 
Smitli Samuel D., carriage maker, house Belleville road, 
next Acushnet river [Acushnet river 

Smith Samuel G., mariner, house Belleville road, next 
Smith Samuel J., decorator Mt. Wasliington Glass Co., 

house 181 Grinnell, corner Bonney 
Smith Sarah D., widow of Alphonso, boarding-house, 524 

Purchase 
Smith Senovia, widow of Alfred A,, h. 21S}4 Middle' 
Smith Shubael Mrs., house 60 State 
Smith Shubael D., jr., clerk Central Union Association, 

house 80 Mill 
Smith Sidney, engineer Wamsutta mills, h. 164^ Pleasant 
Smith Susan E., widow of Abraham, house Acushnet av- 
enue. Head of the River 
Smith Susan M., widow of Benj., house 7 Willis 
Smith Sylvia R., widow of James, h, 57 Washington ^ 
Smith Syria B., driver bread wagon, boards John Davis', 

Acushnet avenue 
Smith Thomas Allison, weaver, house 8 Hazard 
Smith Thomas A., blacksmith, house Dartmouth, beyond 

Weaver 
Smith Thos. C, blacksmith, h. Weaver, next Dartmouth 
Smith Thomas G., house Union, next Ash 
Smith Thomas H., boards 8 Dover 
Smith Thomas J., dining rooms, basement 442 Purchase, 

corner Pearl, house do. 
Smith Thomas J., hairdresser, 262 Purchase, house 104 

Kerapton 
Smith Thomas O., weaver, boards 692 Acushnet avenue 
Smith Timothy J., laborer, house Smith's block, State, 
near Linden . [Allen 

Smith \Vashington B., laborer, h. 8 Dartmouth, juuction 
Smith Willard N"., stone-cutter, h. Dartmouth, n. Babbitt 
Smith William, laborer, house 72 Linden 
Smith William, rope maker N. B. Cordage Co., h. 38 Ash 
Smith William, soapmaker, house 672 Acushnet avenue 
Smith William, loom fixer Wamsutta mills, house Gam- 
mon's lane 
Smith William B., law student, boards 8 Dartmouth 
Smith Wm. G., saloon, 29 Middle, h. 74 North Second 
Smith William H., boat builder, foot of Cannon, house 

70 Poorest 
Smith William H., carpenter, house 22 Oak 
Smith William H., house 33 Sherman 
Smith Wm. H., ropemj^ker, house 13 Liberty 
Smith Wm. H., fort keeper, house Clark's Point 
Smith Wm. H. C, pianist, boards Israel Smith's, Ocean 



236 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTOEY. 



Smith William -L, painter, house 73 Foster 

SMITH WILLIAM T., mnfr. washing powder, 

_ North Front, cor. Central wharf, house 79 "North 
Smith W. N., sewing macliine a<rent, bds. 155 Purchase 
Smith Zeno, laborer, house 69 Mill 
Smith & Allen (Henry W. Smith and John S. Allen), 

_ spar makers, foot of Walnut 
Smithers Elizabeth, widow, house 8 Hazard 
Smythe Hugh J. Rev., pastor St. Lawrence church, house 

Hill man, corner Summer 
Snell David A., mechanical bakery, 1 and 11 William, 

house Mt. Pleasant, next the reservoir 
Snell Thomas, carpenter, house Rockdale avenue 

Snell . laborer, house 178 Arnold 

Snow Abby Mrs., nurse, boards 13 Maxfield 

Snow Andrew, master mariner, house 49 Hillman 

Snow Andrew, jr., clerk Mt. Washington Glass Co., bds. 

49 Hillman 
Snow Charles A., pastor North Baptist church, house 

282 County 
Snow Charles H., clerk, 63 Countv, house 60 do. 
Snow Charles M., teamster, house" 164 Chestnut 
Snow David S., clerk, 58 County, c. Wing, h. 60 County 
Snow Elislia F., carpenter, house 317 Cedar 
Snow Frederick P., upholsterer, 43 No. Second, h. do. 
Snow Geoi-ge, hack, livery, and boarding stable, 34 Elm, 

corner Acushnet avenue, house 175 Middle 
Snow Hiram M., painter, 9 No. Water, house 279 Acush- 
net avenue 
Snow James M., shipsmith. North Front, near Middle, 

house 65 Chestnut 
fenow John F., carriage washer, house 2 Turner's court 
Snow John H., livery stable, 188 County, b. 175 Middle 
Snow.Joshua, cooper, house 218 Purchase 
Snow J. Proctor, accountant, house 151 Middle 
Snow Loum Mrs., house 153 County 

Snow Loum, jr. (Loum Snow & Son), merchant, 29 No. 
Front, house 9 South Cottage [Front 

Snow Loum & Son (Loum Snow, jr.), merchants, 29 No. 
Snow Martha E. Mrs., house Rural, near Allen 
Snow Otis S., provisions. Sixth, corner Elm, house at So. 

Elartmouth 
Snow Robert, clerk, 29 North Front, bds. 153 County 
Snow Roland W., painter, house 109 Fourth 
Snow Rosanna II., widow of Knowles, h. 83 Washington 
Snow Sylvester, groceries and provisions, 68 County, cor- 
ner Wing, house 60 County ^ 
Snow William, clerk Tucker &Cummings,h. 74 Purchase 
Snyder Adolphe, operative, boards 8 Fulton court 



F. A. SOWLE, 

Dealer in and Manufacturer of 




Window Frames, Door Frames, Well Curbs, 

REFRIGERATORS, &c. 



ALSO, DEALER IN 



MOLDINGS, HOOD BRACKETS, 

MARBLE MANTELS, 
GRATES, FRAMES, AND SUMMER PIECES. 



We also carry a large stock of 



White Lead, Window Glass, Pultf, Paints, Oil, Ladders, k, 



-DEALER IN- 



White Pine Lumber, Spruce, Hemlock, 
Shingles, etc. 

Liiiilier Yari oi Fisli Island, Retail Yard, foot of Elra St. 

MANUFACTORY, 8 and 10 ELM STREET. 

Salesroom, 77, 79 & 81 N. Water, cor. Elm St., 

JVEW, BEDFOKD, MASS. 



NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 237 

Snyder Ann E., widow of Henry H., h. 167 North 
Snyder Philip, tailor, lioiise 44 High 
Solomon Howard, hiborer, house 53 Howhind 
Sonle Abel, jr., ship-carpenter, house Belleville I'oad 
Soule Edwin P., yaclit skipjier, h. 9 Walnut, cor. First 
Soule Lydia G., widow of Ch;is., h. 141 Acushnet avenue 
Soule Peleg T., teamster, house 86 Washington 
Soule Rufus A. (Hathaway, Sonle & Hari'ington), boot 
and shoe mnfr., North, corner North Second, house 
18 Campbell 
Soule Thomas H., house 117 Middle 
Soule Thomas H., 2d, carpet upholsterer, house 195 Elm 
Soule William T., dry and fancy goods, 64 Purchase, 

house 50 Hillman 
Soule, see also Sowle 

Southwick Charles F., carpenter, house 6 Elm 
Southwick Elizabeth P., widow of Geo., h 131 Summer 
Southwick Henry T., carriage smith, 274 Acushnet ave- 
nue, house 73 Middle 
Southwick Martlia A., widow of Henry W., house 98 

North Second 
Southwick William H., blacksmith, boards 73 Middle 
Southworth Mark, weaver, house 722 Purchase 
Sonza Kinaldo, laborer, house 49 Middle 
Sowle Albert, clerk, 193 Purcliase, house 116 South Front, 

corner South 
Sowle Albert W., painter, bds. 116 So. Front, cor. South 
Sowle Anna T., widow of Matthew M., dressmaker, house 

69 Forest 
Sowlo Benj., jr., carpenter, house 229 County 
Sowle Benj. F., boat builder, house 9 South Second 
Sowle Benj. F., teamster, house 156 North Second 
Sowle Bradford Mrs,, house 67 Prospect 
Sowle Edward A., painter, 2 Hillman, h. 148 No. Second 
S'OWLE FRED. A., doors, sashes, blinds and hard- 
ware, 77 to 81 North Water, house 75 Middle 
Sowle Frederick L., clerk, 77 to 81 North Water, house 

1 North 
Sowle Isaac N., teamster, boards 177 Pleasant 
Sowle Nat P., clerk, 77 No. Water, bds. 480 Acushnet av. 
Sowle William A., teamster, house 177 Pleasant 
Sowle William P., driver Progress S. F. E. No. 2, house 

303 Acushnet avenue 
Spade Mary, widow of David, house 83 Forest 
Spare John, physician, 92 Purchase, house 228 Union, 

corner Arch 
Spare John V., dry goods, 176 County, house 228 Union 
Spare Sarah L. Miss, teacher Parker street grammar 
school, house 228 Union 



238 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Spare S. Flora Miss, teacher Rockdale school, house 228 

Union, corner Arch 
Sparhawk Samuel O., laborer, house Belleville road, Head 

of the River 
Sparrell Emeline G. Mrs., house 73 Maxfield 
Sparrow Hannah M., widow of Hartley A., grocer, 60 

Dartmouth, house do. 
Sparrow Hartley A., jr., clerk, 145 Union, boards 60 

Dartmouth 
Sparrow Orin L., clerk Hart & Akin, h. 233 Acushnet av. 
SPENCER CHARLES L., surgeon and physician, 

92 Purchase, corner Elm (upstaiis), h. 59 Pleasant 
Spencer George, weaver, house 775 Purchase, n. Clark 
Spencer James.W., carpenter, house 300 Acushnet avenue 
Spencer John, dresser Wamsutta mills, h. rear 5 Ashley 
Spicer Benj. F., machinist, house 58 Ash 
Spicer Edward, carpenter, house 101 Smith 
Spicer Edward, jr., house 170 Kempton 
Spicer Samuel, carpenter, house 147 South First 
Spicer William, laborer, house 18 Emerson 
Spindler J. Antone, laborer, house 179 South Water 
Splaiiie Mary, widow of James, house 620 Acushnet av. 
Spooner Abiah C, widow of Alden, h, Acushnet avenue 
Spooner Albert F., carpenter, house Acushnet avenue 
Spooner Arthur C, boards 90 Linden 
Spooner Benjamin F., ship-carpenter, house 67 Mill 
Spooner Caleb, master mariner, house 4 West Willis 
Spooner Charles, painter, h. Chancery, near West Middle 
Spooner Charles F., farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Spooner Charles PL, heater in Iron Works, house Shaw- 

raut avenue, near Durfee 
Spooner Charles H., jr., periodicals, 360 Purchase, boards 

Shawmut avenue, near Durfee 
Spooner Charles L, shoemaker, h. 310 Acushnet avenue 
SjDOoner Charles S., belt maker Wamsutta mills, house 

72 Thomas 
Spooner Daniel H., ship-carpenter, house head of Acush- 
net avenue 
Spooner E<lward C, teamster, 67 Foster 
Spooner Edward O., former, bouse Kempton, Cannonville 
Spooner Elizabeth L., widow of Gideon B., h. 40 North 
Spooner Elizabeth P. Mrs,, principal Linden street pri- 
mary school, boards 107 Hillman 
Spooner Frank J., hostler, boards 318 Purchase 
Spooner Fred, S., fi'ame polisher, boards 5 So, Chancery 
Spooner Frederick P,, watchman Wamsutta mills, house 

186 Summer 
Spooner Henry, teamster, house 163 Kempton 
Spooner Herbert, laborer, b. Z, Spooner's, Acushnet av. 



NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 239 

Spoonev James, fiirmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Spoonev Jas. L., teamster, 125 No, Water, h. Acushnet av. 
Spooner Jeduthan, fjirnier, house Acushnet avenue 
Spooner John A., farmer, Acushnet avenue 
Spooner John .A,, 2d, laborer, boards Daniel H. Spooner's, 

Acushnet avenue 
Spooner Joso[)h, tnariner, boards 164 Kerapton 
Spooner Joseph S.,.f;irmer, house Belleville road, Head of 

the River [River 

Spooner Joseph W., milkman, h. Mill road. Head of the 
Spooner Lewis G., farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
Spooner Lucy, widow of Cornelius, house 5 Chanceiy 
Spooner Lydia H, Mrs., house 18 Seventh, corner Spring 
Spooner Mathew L., bookkeeper Charles Taber, 6 North 

Water, boards 69 Elm [net av. 

Spooner Roswell, farmer, bds. John A. Spooner's, Acush- 
Spooner Samuel K., cai-penter, house 164 Kempton 
Spooner Siloam G., widow of John L., house 29 Seventh 
Spooner Siisau B. Miss, dressmaker, house 186 Summer 
Spooner Walter, house Kerapton, Cannonville 
Spooner Walter F., laborer, boards Charles H Spooner's, 

Shawmut avenue [cor. South First 

Spooner Wm. B., painter A. P. Manchester, h. Delano, 
Spooner William B., baker, boards 77 South Second 
Spooner Wm. R., clerk Morse Twist Drill and Machine 

Co., 20 Bedford, bds. 67 Mill [Purchase 

Spooner Wilniot L., at Paulding, Reed & Gifford's, b, 529 
Spooner Wing, cooper, house 529 Purchase 
Spooner Wing, rigger, boards 7 First 
Spooner Zachery, milkman, house Acushnet avenue 
Springer Andrew R., blacksmith, 149 Kempton, house 6 

(Jhestnut 
Springer Clara B., teacher Acushnet avenue primary 

school, house Butler, near French av., from Clark's 

point road [Clark's point road 

Springer Cornelius H., master mariner, house Butler, from 
Springer Elliot B., quartermaster N. B. & N. Y. S. S. 

Co., house Butler, from Clark's point road 
Springer George W., stevedore, house 13 Noith Emerson 
Springer James B., seaman, bds. Cornelius H. Springer's, 

Butler, from Clark's point road 
Springer .James F., master mariner, house 15 W. Middle 
Springer Wm., fish market, 114 Kempton, h. 106 Hillman 
Squinn Lydia Miss, house 41 Maxfield 
Stacy Alfretta, widow of Sidney D., house 5 Sears court 
Stacy Samuel, house 37 Middle 
Stacy Stephen D., carpenter, 34 Howland, house do. 
Staftbrd James C, house 73 North 
Stafford Stephen, loom fixer, house 204 South Second 



240 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Stall Susan Miss, house 39 Kerapton 
Standish Davis T., house 266 Acnshnet av., cor. Walnut 
Standish John A. Mrs., h. 20 South Sixth, cor. School 
Stantou Abby, widow of William B., h. Vine, n. Durfee 
Stanton Albert G. (A. G. Stanton & Co.), grocer, 131 

Acnshnet avenue, house 173 Grinnell 
Stanton Alexander, miller, house 196 State 
STANTON A. G. & CO. (Albert G. Stanton and 

Samuel H. Pollock), grocers and provision dealers, 

131 Acnshnet avenue 
Stanton Charity C, widow of Henry E., house 20 Ash 
Stanton Frederick S., clerk Union Boot& Shoe Co., bds. 

20 Ash [Mt. Vernon 

Stanton James E., sea captain, house Mt. Pleasant, near 
Stanton John, house Cedar, corner Durfee 
Stanton OUver Mi"s., widow, house 169 Pleasant 
Staples Charles E., machinist Morse Twist Drill Works, 

liouse 12 Sherman 
Staples Clara S. Miss, boards 91 Maxfield 
Staples Clarissa R., widow of Calvin, house 91 Maxfield 
Staples Elias, shoemaker, house 483 Acnshnet avenue 
Staples James S. (Lee &■ Staples), blacksmith, 683 Pur- 
chase, cor. Linden, house 91 Maxfield 
Staples William H., stone-mason, house Tarkiln hill road 
Stapleton Bartholomew, laborer, house 247 South Water 
Stapleton Michael, clerk M. Holcomb, 201 South Water, 

house 247 do. [166 Giinnell 

St Clare Manuel, laborer George Delano & Co., house 
Stedman Lewis W,, clerk, 3 Purchase, boards 72 Walden 
Steil Frank, shoemaker, 68 Union, h. 5 First, cor. Union 
Steinen Augustus Von Den, at Morse Twist Drill Co.,. h. 

35 Sherman 
Stephenson James, weaver, house Rock 
Stephenson Thomas, machinist, house Linden, n. Pleasant 
Stephenson Thomas C, printer, bds. Linden, n. Pleasant 
Sterrett John, rope maker, house 104 Ash 
Sterrett John H., plumbfer, boards 104 Ash 
Stetson Charles F., engineer, liouse 39 South Second 
Stetson Edward, dentist, 30 Purchase, liouse 24 do. 
Stetson George R., supt. Morse Twist Drill and Machine 

Co., 20 Bedford, cor. Fourth, house 55 Bedford 
Stetson Nathaniel, cooper, iioiise 37 Campbell 
Stetson Thomas M., lawyei-, 36;^ North Water, house 39 

South Cottage, corner Grove 
Stevens Dennis, laborer, house head North Bonney 
Stevens Geo. E.. currier, house Jenney, corner Kempton 
Stevens George F., house 5 Elm 
Stevens Henry, police, house 76 Bedford 
Stevens Henry, tinsmith, house head North Bonney 



NEW BEDFOED [g] DIEECtORY. 241 

Stevens Thomas, teamster, house 485 Purchase 
Stevens William O., rope maker, h. Jenney, near Court 
Stevens William R., laborer, house 270 Kempton 
Stevenson Ellen Mrs., house 149 Cedar 
Steves Shepherd W., carpenter, h. 1 Ward, cor. Allen 
Stewart William H,, grocer, 194 Kempton, house do. 
Stickney Almon, master mariner, house 33 Cedar 
Stickney Charles D., physician, 148//2 Union 
Stimpson Francis C, blacksmith M. T. D. Co., house 94 

County 
Stimpson Nancy H., widow of George, house 94 County 
St. Germain Nelson, weaver, house 13 Rivet 
St. James Joseph, oiler, house 3 North Front 
St. James Marie, widow of Narsisse, h. 14 Hampton ct. 
St. Joseph's Hospital, Campbell, corner Pleasant 
Stockford James, laborer, house 12 Fulton court 
Stockliff Joseph, laborer Wamsutta mills, h. 8 Fulton ct. 
Stoddard Justin J., cooper, house 26 Bonney 
Stoddard L. H. (L. H. & W. C. Stoddard), house at 

Fairhaven 
Stoddard L. H. & W. C, proprietors N. E. Embroidery 

Co., 355 Acushnet avenue 
Stoddard Mary T., widow of Allen, house 74 County 
Stoddard Sarah E. Miss, teacher Fifth street grammar 

school, boards 74 County 
Stoddard W. C. (L. H. & W. C. Stoddard), house at 

Fairhaven 
Stone Elizabeth H., widow of Joshua C, house 41 South 

Cottage, corner Grove 
Stone Francis H., house 41 South Cottage 
Stone Frank, laborer Gosnold mill, h. rear 610 Purchase 
Stone Henry, weaver, boards First, corner Potomska 
Stone John, laborer, house 12 Hampton court 
Stone Lewis, saloon,. 235>^ South Water 
Stone Mitchell, weaver, house First, corner Potomska 
Stone Wm. H., machinist at M. T. D. Co., h. 2 Fifth 
Stovey Harris, house 53 Smith 
Stott Rachel, widow, house Linden court 
Stowe Hannah M., wid. of Rev. Timothy, h. Ill County 
Stowell Alexander T., shoe laster, h. Kempton, h. Jenney 
Stowell Benj. L, house Jenney Lind, near Kempton 
Stowell Charles H., butcher, house 7 Chancery 
Stowell Hepsibeth, widow, house Colyar's lane 
Stowell Nancy R., widow of Columbus, house Kempton, 

near Jenney Lind 
Stowell Richard P., farmer, house Kempton, n. Watson 
St. Peter Eusebe, carpenter, house 640 Acushnet avenue 
Stranburg Caroline B., widow of Francis E., h. 88 County 
Stratton Charles S., machinist, house 149 State 
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242 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Stratton Stephen J., night watchman Wamsutta mills, 

house 149 State 
Stringer John F., mule-spinner, house 197 Pleasant 
Strong George A, Rev., rector Grace Episcopal church, 

hou8e 92 County 
Strong Matthew, laborer, house 15 Emerson 
Strother Eliza, widow of Wm., house 247 Middle 
Stubbs Caroline C, widow, house 518 Acushnet avenue 
Stubbs Charles M., janitor Custom House, house 518 

Acushnet avenue 
Stubbs Henry C, painter, house 14 Oak 
Studley Alfred G., M. T. D. & M. Co., house 157 Middle 
Sturtevant Levi FT. (Sturtevant & Sherman), carpenter, 

132 North Water, house 36 North 
Sturtevant William F., painter, house 39 So. Second 
Sturtevant Zachariah, house 95 South Second 
STURTEVANT & SHEKMAN (Levi H. Sturte- 
vant and Abner Sherman), carpenters, 132 No. Water 
Suifern William J., weaver, house 41 Merriinac 
Sullavou Emanuel, lawyer, Robeson's building, house 194 

Kempton 
SuUings David W., boards 168 County 
Sulliugs John W. (Sullings, Kingman & Co.), hardware 
and cutlery, 123 Union and 345 Acushnet avenue, 
house 168 County 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO. (John W. Sul- 
lings, George F. Kingman and Charles B. Hillman), 
hardware, stoves, house furnishing goods, and agri- 
cultural implements, 123 Union and 345 Acushnet 
avenue 
Sullivan Abbie F. Miss, teacher Fifth street school, house 

10)^ County 
Sullivan Catherine, widow, house South First St. place 
Sullivan Catherine, widow, house 609 Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Catherine T. Miss, dressmaker, b. 10}4 County 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house Clark, near Purchase 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 605 Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 7 Seneca 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 2 Harrison, near Hickory 
Sullivan Daniel, mason, house 80 North Second 
Sullivan Daniel, mason, house 11 Seneca 
Sullivan Daniel, clerk, 76 William, bds. at Fairhaven 
Sullivan Daniel C, laborer, house 662 Purchase 
Sullivan Daniel J., clerk, 664 Purchase, boards 827 do. 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 581 Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 182 South Water 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, h. Clark, near Purchase 
Sullivan Dennis J., laborer, house rear 39 Smith 
Sullivan Dennis U., laborer, house lOj-^ County 



NEW BEDFOKD [S] DIRECTORY. 243 

Sullivan Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 195 State 

Sullivan Eugene, laborer, house 22 Merrimac 

Sullivan Eugene, laborer, house 8 Wall 

Sullivan Honora, widow of Ste^ihen, house Robeson, near 

Ashland 
Sullivan James, laborer, boards 120 South Front 
Sullivan James, laborer, boards 2 Wall 
Sullivan Jeremiah, gardener Mrs. John H. Clifford, 87 

Orchard, house do. 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, house 10 Wall 
Sullivan Jeremiah, jr., teamster, boards 10 Wall 
Sullivan Jeremiah D., third hand Wamsutta mills, house 

Robeson 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 13 North Front 
Sullivan John, shoemaker, house State, n. coi'uer Austin 
Sullivan John, laborer, house rear 567 Acushnet av. 
Sullivan John, teamster Benj. F. Hathaway, house 256 

Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan John, liquors, 69f So. Water, bds. 22 Merriraac 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 24 Merrimac 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 31 Middle 
Sullivan John, jr., bottler, house State, near Austin 
Sullivan John A., gardenei', 133 County, boards do. 
Sullivan John B., laborer, house Clark, near Purchase 
Sullivan John C, laborer, house 12 Wing, corner Fourth 
Sullivan John D., provisions, house 101 Middle 
Sullivan John F., laborer Gosnold mills, house 694 Acush- 
net avenue 
Sullivan John J., laborer, house 10 Wall 
Sullivan John J., laborer, boards 714 Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Joseph H., clerk, 664 Purchase, boards 662 do. 
Sullivan Julia A., widow of Thomas, house 55 Chestnut 
Sullivan Julia E. Miss, milliner, boards 10}^ County 
Sullivan Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 554 Acushnet av. 
Sullivan Margaret, widow, bds. John B. Sullivan's, Clark 
Sullivan Martin, carpenter, boards Patrick Sullivan's, 827 

Purchase 
Sullivan Mary, Avidow of Jeremiah, h. Robeson, n. Ashland 
Sullivan Mary, widow of Timothy, house 184 State 
Sullivan Mary, widow, boards Smith's block, State, near 

Linden 
Sullivan Mary, widow, boards 694 Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 6 Wall 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house Penniman, n. Purchase 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 585 Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Michael, plumber, boards 35 Spring 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, boards Fourth, corner Spring 
Sullivan Michael E., grocer, 664 Purchase, house 662 do. 
Sullivan Michael F., laborer, boards 40 Hazard 



244 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 827 Purchase 

Sullivan Patrick, station master F. R. R. R., near Mount 

Pleasant, house do. 
Sullivan Patrick F., weaver, house 195 State 
Sullivan Patrick F., laborer Warasutta mills, house Wash- 
burn, 9th on left from Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Patrick PI., carriage painter, house County, cor- 
ner Penniman 
Sullivan Patrick H., laborer, house 40 Hazard 
Sullivan Patrick J., blacksmith Gosnold mills, h. 2 Wall 
Sullivan Sarah, widow, house 249 South Water 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer, boards South First st. place 
Sullivan Thomas H., grocer, 57 Middle, boards 55 do. 
Sullivan Timothy, at Wamsutta mills, house Washburn, 

12th on right from Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 184 State 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 120 South Front 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer Wamsutta mills, house Wash- 
burn, 10th on the left from Acushnet avenue 
Sullivan Timothy, police, house 31 Middle 
Sullivan Timothy, weaver, house Smith's block, State, 

near Linden 
Sullivou Martha E. Miss, dressmaker, h. 194 Kerapton 
Sumner Eliza P. Miss, house 134 County 
Surgens Helen M. Mrs., house 111 Merrimac • 
Surgeon William, elevator tender, boards 5 Wall 
Surprenant Joseph, carder, house rear 720 Acushnet av. 
Surprenant Newell, shoemaker, 261 Purchase, house 153 

State 
Sutherland Mary, widow of John, h. 546 Acushnet av. 
Sutherland Susannah Miss, dressmaker, house 546 Acush- 
net avenue [Kempton 
Sutherland Waldo A., salesman, 131 Union, house 38 
Suttifi" Montague, weaver, boards 3 Division 
Sutton Abbie Mrs., house Highland, corner Sutton 
Sutton Benjamin, laborer, house 71 Prospect 
Sutton Benjamin, laborer, house 24 First 
Swain Ann, widow of Frank D., h. 43 Ash, near Arnold 
Swain Esias R., currier, house 180 Allen 
Swain Henry H., iron roller, boards 43 Ash 
Swain Lloyd S., clerk J. P. Knowles, 2d, bds. 172 Middle 
Swain Oliver, house 70 Fourth 

Swain Rebecca, widow of Richard C, bds. 77 Pleasant 
Swain Sarah Mrs., boarding-house, 35 Eighth 
Swain William H., stevedore, house 172 Middle 
Swan A. W., music teacher, 8 Cummings building, bds. 

35 Eighth 
Swan Edith A., widow of Alfred, house 19 Spruce 
Swan Edwin I., house 50 Russell 



NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 245 

Swan Walter D., pump and block niaker, 20 So. Front, 

house 43 South Second 
Swanton William, gardener, house 83 Hillman 
Svvasey Alexander M., mariner, house 6 Market, near 

Pleasant 
Swasey Charles A. G., boards Parker House 
Swasey Charles J., mariner, house 185 North 
Swasey Charles L., port physician, 93)4 Middle, boards 

Parker House 
Swasey Matthew J., laborer, house 95 South Water 
Swasey Mary, widow, house 191 South Water 
Swazey Manuel J., laborer, h. So. Front, c. Blackmore 
Sweeney Bridget Mrs., house County, near Austin 
Sweeney Daniel, laborer, h. 95 Prospect, next Potomska 
Sweeney Daniel, laborer, h. 131 So. Front, n. Potomska 
Sweeney Eugene, hiborer, b. So. Fii'st, cor. Potomaska 
Sweeney John, grocer, 112 South Water, house do. 
Sweeney Miles, laborer, house 164 South Front 
Sweet Albert, overseer of weaving Wamsutta mills, house 

158 Pleasant 
Sweet Alton H., weaver, house 329 South Water 
Sweet Betsey B., widow of Daniel A., house 11 Fifth 
Sweet Elizabeth P., widow of Jonathan, h. 87 Summer 
Sweet George A., lather, boards 9 Bethel 
Sweet Howard, house 87 Summer 

Sweet Job (Job Sweet & Son), bonesetter, 119 Kemp- 
ton, house 121 do. 
Sweet Job & Son (Job and John H. Sweet), bonesetters, 

119 Kempton 
Sweet John H. (Job Sweet & Son), 119 Kempton, h. do. 
Sweet Julian A., roll coverer, boards 158 Pleasant 
Sweet Sarah A., widow of Wm. M., h. 114 Kempton 
Sweet Thomas W., lather, house 114 Kempton 
Swift Ann, widow, house 13 Hampton court 
Swift Arthur D., letter carrier post-offiae, h. 509 Purchase 
Swift Arthur H., student, house Bush, between County 

and Orchard 
SWIFT AUGUSTUS, agent Acushnet Iron Co., 

North, corner North Water, house 75 North 
Swift Charles F., clerk Mt. Washington Glass Works, h. 

at Fairhayen 
Swift Edward B., grocer, 405 Purchase, h. 6 Franklin 
Swift Eliza W. Mrs., dressmaker, house 109 High 
Swift Elizabeth, widow of Obed N., h. 100 So. Front 
Swift Ezra J., agent, house 413 Purchase * 

Swift Francis H., house 84 Arnold 
Swift Frank E., clerk, 405 Purchase, house 17 Willis 
Swift Frank H., clerk, bds. 36 County, cor. So. Sixth 
Swift Franklin K. Mrs., house 12 So. Sixth, cor. Spring 



246 NEW BEDFORD [g] DIRECTORY. 

Swift Frederick (Aiken & Swift), h. Anthony, c. Grove 
Swift George B. (M. C. Swift & Son), house 73 State 
Swift George D,, blacksmith, Kempton, near Ash, house 

36 County, corner South Sixth 
Swift George D., jr., blacksmith, boards 36 County 
Swift Henry W., painter, 9 No. Water, h. 54 North 
Swift Herbert A., tailor, boards 90 Pleasant 
Swift Horace W., clerk, 29 Purchase, bds. 108 Union 
Swift Humphrey H., h. Tarkiln hill road, c. Acushnet av. 
Swift Jireh (Swift & Allen), merchant, Taber's wharf, 

house Bush, between County and Orchard 
Swift John F., bookkeeper Swift & Allen, h. 369 Purchase 
Swift John P., boards 150 Pleasant 

Swift Josie Miss, bookkeeper, 145 Union, bds. 109 High 
Swift Leander H., cutter Taber, Read & Gardner, house 

90 Pleasant 
Swift Mary, widow of Obed N., house 33 Seventh 
Switt Mary H., widow of Charles I)., house 150 Pleasant 
Swift Moses C. (M. C. Swift & Son), merchant tailor, 

127 and 128)^ Union, house 188 do. 
Swift M. C. & Son (Moses C. and George B. Swift), mer- 
chant tailors, 127 and 128>^ Union 
Swift Orville V., musician, house 100 No. Second 
Swift Pelham E., wheelwright, house 81 No. Second 
Swift Philander R., carpentei-, 93 Kempton, h. 89 Chestnut 
Swift Philip P., turner, 17 No. Front, bds. 60 Thomas 
Swift R. D. Miss, h. Tarkiln hill road, c. Acushnet av. 
Swift Reuben E., clerk, 26 and 28 Union, bds. 56 Fifth 
Swift Rhodolphus W., clerk, 22 Union, h. 44 Willis 
Swift Robert, messenger Hatch & Co., h. 238 County 
Swift Thomas, weaver, house 279 South Water 
Swift Thomas W., block and pump maker, 17 No, Front, 

house 60 Thomas 
Swift William C. N., house 91 Orchard, cor. Bedford 
Swift William E., pump and block maker, 17 No. Front, 

boards 60 Thomas 
Swift William J., olei'k, boards 150 Pleasant 
SWIFT & ALLEN (Jireh Swift and Frederick S.Al- 
len), merchants, Taber's block, Taber's wharf 
Swinson James, seaman, house 342 South Water 
Sykes William H., weaver Wamsutta mills, h. 33 Austin 
Sylvester John C, clerk, 147 j^ Union, house 85 Elm 
Sylvester Mary Ann, widow of F'rank, h. 132 So. First 
Sylvester Paul, carriage smith at George L. Brownell's, 

house Tarkiln hill road 
Sylvester Winslow B., clerk, 47 William, b. at Fairhaven 
Sylvester Winslow C, merchant tailor, 47 William, house 

at Fairhaven 
Sylvester, see also Silvester 



NEW BEDFORD [J] DIRECTORY. 247 

Sylvia Ann C, widow of Frank A., h. 264 Kempton 
Sylvia Ann Maria, widow of Charles, h. 173 So. Water 
Sylvia Anthony (A. Robinson & Co.), h. South Water 
Sylvia Antoine, clerk, 25 Hovvland, h. 127 So. Front 
Sylvia Antoine, house 110 South Front 
Sylvia Antone, laborer, house 127 South Orchard 
Sylvia Antone A., blacksmith, boards 110 Campbell 
Sylvia Antone L., clothing, 159 So. Water, h. 123 do. 
Sylvia Candedo P., mariner, house 165 Fourth 
Sylvia Frank, laborer, house 25 Rowland 
Sylvia George C, house 1 Turner's court 
Sylvia John P., laborer, house 71 Allen 
Sylvia Joseph F., laborer, house 21 Grape 
Sylvia Joseph T., carpenter, boards 165 Fourth. 
Sylvia Lawrence, seaman, house 8 Morgan lane 
Sylvia Leander, fisherman, house 116 South First 
Sylvia Manuel, seaman, house 85 Howland 
Sylvia Manuel, seaman, house 5 Griffin 
Sylvia Manuel D., operative, h. Dartmouth, opp. cemetery 
Sylvia Manuel J,, shoemaker, house 189 South Second 
Sylvia Marj^, widow, house 112 South Water 
Sylvia Mary A.,^ widow of Manuel, house 75 Grinnell 
^Sylvia Mary F. Miss, teacher Acushnet school, b. 71 Allen 
Sylvia Michael, seaman, house South First, cor. Delano 
Sylvia Michael L., clerk, 159 So. Water, h. 106 Acushnet av. 
Sylvia, see also Silva and Silvia 

TABER ABBY, widow of John, h. Mill, near Kempton 
Taber ikbraham, clerk C. Taber & Co., house 40 Spring 
Taber Abram F., mariner, house 18 Chancery 
Taber Abram S., pump and block maker, 13 No, Front, 

house 134 Acushnet avenue 
Taber Albert M., carpenter, Acushnet avenue, corner 

Middle, house 134 Chestnut 
Taber Alice S., widow of Henry A., house 9 Orchard 
Taber Caroline L., widow of Thomas, house 84 Bedford 
Taber Charles (Charles Taber & Co.), 6 North Water, 

house 9 Eighth 
Taber Charles & Co. (Charles Taber), pictures and pic- 
ture frames, etc., 6 North Water 
Taber Charles Granville, blacksmith, South Water, cor. 

Commercial, house 110 Campbell 
Taber Charles H., mason, 157 Middle, house do. 
Taber Charles H., night watchman House of Correction, 

house 276j^ Purchase 
Taber Charles H., laborer, house 69 Linden 
Taber Charles M., clerk Charles Taber & Co., b. 9 Eighth 
Taber Christopher C, baggage master O. C. R. R., Pearl, 

house 122 Pleasant 



248 NEW BEDFORD [X] DIRECTORY. 

Taber Cynthia, widow of John M., house 96 Elm 

Taber Cyi'us, bookkeeper J. E, Sisson, house 104 Union 

Taber Daniel O., machinist, house 155 Grinnell 

Taber David H., laborer, house 169 Kempton 

Taber David H., jr., boards 169 Kempton 

Taber Edward C, grocer, Acushnet avenue, Head of the 

River, house do. 
Taber Edward E., hair-dresser, 204 Acushnet avenue, 

house 114 South Sixth 
Taber Edward S., pres. and treas. Morse Twist Drill and 
Machine Co., 20 Bedford, c. Fourth, h. 13 So. Cottage 
Taber Edward T. (Taber, Read & Gardner), 117 Unio^n,^ 

house 5 Morgan 
Taber Elizabeth, widow of Stephen, house 146 County 
Taber Frederick, clerk, 6 North Water, boards 9 Eighth 
Taber Frederick S. A., confidential clerk, 44 No. Water, 

boards 13 South Cottage 
Taber Freeman, carpenter, house 1 Tarkiln hill road 
Taber Gamaliel, coffin maker, 48 No. Second, h. 7 North 
Taber George, master mariner, house 358 South Water 
Taber George, tin plate and sheet iron worker, 313 Pur- 
chase, house at Fairhaven 
Taber George B., house 19 Rockdale avenue 
Taber Geo. H., jr., salesman, 19 Purchase, h. at Fairhaven' 
Taber George L., Warasutta mills, h. W. Willis, n. Cedar 
Taber George R., machinist N. B. Copper Works, house 

6 Emerson 
• Taber Geo. S., clerk, Central market, h. 263 Acushnet av. 
Taber George W. (Oliver R. Taber & Son), grocer, 195 

Kempton, boards 15 Chancery 
Taber Gibbs, mason, house 74 Mill 
Taber Gideon L., cooper, house 82 Walden 
Taber, Gordon & Co. (William G. Taber and William 

Gordon, jr.), com. mers., Central wharf, cor. Front 
Taber Harrv W., carriage trimmer G. L. Brownell, bds. 

106 Arnold 
Taber'Henry, merchant, office Central whf., h. 9 Orchard 
Taber Henry, 2d, inspector of petroleum oil, office base- 
ment City Hall building, house 93 Hillman 
Taber Henry C. (E. B. Whiting & Co.), h. 43 No. Second 
Taber Henry G., carpenter, house 116 High 
Taber Henry P., master mariner, house 53 Hill 
Taber Henry W., photographer, boards 106 Cedar 
Taber Isaac C. Mrs., b. John E, Little's, Tarkiln hill road 
Taber Jacob, master mariner, house 166 County 
Taber James C. S., civil engineer, house 84 Bedford 
Taber James H., machinist, house 246 Cedar 
Taber Jeffi^rson, teamster, house 75 North Second 
Taber John C, clerk, 118 North Water, bds. 157 Middle 



NEW BEDFORD [X] DIRECTORY. 249 

Tnber John D., trader, house 61 Cypress 

Tuber John G., saloon, 179 Kempton, house Jenney, near 

Kempton * 

Taber John H., ricjger, house 44 North 
Taber.John P., mason, house 231)^ Middle 
Taber Joseph, block and pump maker, 13 North Front, 

house 81 Fourth [Pleasant 

Taber Joseph A., compositor Standard office, boards 107 
Taber Lemuel, peddler, house 76 Middle 
Taber Lemuel, driller, house 55 Smith 
Taber Leonard S., carriage maker G. L. Brownell, house 

at Fairhaven 
Taber Louis F., clerk, boards 82 Walden 
Taber Lydia C., widow of Thomas, house Pleasant 
Taber Lyman G. (Wady & Taber), painter, h. 72 State 
Taber AJoses H., sail-maker Joshua Hitch, h. 30 Chancery 
■Taber Moses H., stone-cutter, h. Mt. Vernon, near Shaw- 

mut avenue 
Taber Noel W., riocger, house Kempton, corner Jenney 
Taber Oliver R. (Oliver R. Taber & Son), grocer, 195 

Kem])ton, house 15 Chancery 
Taber Oliver R. & Son (Oliver R. and George W. Taber), 

grocers, 195 Kempton 
Taber Philip, mason, boards 75 North 
Taber, Read & Gardner (Edward T. Taber, William F. 

Read, and Darius P. Gardner), clothing, etc., 117 

Union, corner North Third 
Taber Reuben, house 14 Spruce 
Taber Richard S., engineer, house 84 Bedford 
Taber Richmond M., carpenter, house 57 North 
Taber Robert, bookkeeper Taber, Gordon & Co., house 9 

Orchard 
Taber Robert A., mason, house 81 Hillman 
Taber Robert B., clerk N. B. Gas Light Co., h. 89 Fourth 
Taber Robert W., newspapers and stationery, 123 Pur- 
chase, house 84 gouth Second 
Taber Sarah E. Miss, house 7 West Maxfield 
Taber Silas, cooper, house 64 Pleasant 
Taber Silas S., clerk Post-Office, boards 64 Pleasant 
Taber Susan K. Miss, tailoress, house 218 Purchase 
Taber Willard L., mason, house 338 Purchase 
Taber William C, president N. B, Gas Co., h. 50 Fourth 
Taber William C, house 388 Purchase 
Taber William C, jr., pictures and passepartouts, 6 North 

Water, house 20 Seventh 
Taber William G. (Taber, Gordon & Co.), commission 

merchant. Central wharf, cor. Front, h. 189 County 
Taber William Henry, boards 169 Kempton 
Taber William H., teamster, house 42 Smith 



250 NEW BEDFORD [X] DIRECTORY. 

Taber William H., student, boards 2763^ Purchase 
Taber William P., machinist, boards 38 Bedford 
Tabley Autrustus, laborer, house 248 Middle 
Tabley William, in rolling mill, boards 248 Middle 
Tackney Pliilip, roller Gosnold mills, h. 674 Acushnet av. 
Taft Daniel F., house 490 Acushnet avenue 
Taft R. M., jobber, boards Middle 
Taft Thomas J,, laborer, house 4 Emerson 
Talbot William, mason, house Shavvmut av., cor. Durfee 
Taliaferro Edward, waiter, boards Sullivan, cor. Middle 
Taliaferro John, hair-dresser, 231 Middle, house Sullivan, 
corner Middle [Middle 

Taliafei'ro Rosa A. Miss, music teacher, bds. Sullivan, c. 
Tallman Albert M., carpenter, house 103 Maxfield 
Tallman Catherine G. Miss, house 33 Fifth 
Talhnan Charles S., fruit, 63M Union, h. 315 Acushnet av. 
Tallman Deborah, widow of William, boards 57 State 
Tallman Edwin S., laborer, house 340 Cedar 
Tallman Eliza, widow, house 276 Purchase 
Tallman Hannah, widow of Jonathan, h, 315 Acushnet av. 
TALLMAN JAMES H., cashier National Bank of 

Commerce, 35 North Water, boards 128 Middle 
Tallman Joseph R. Mrs., house 57 State 
Tallman Mary B. Miss, house 33 Fifth 
Tallman William, jr., city assessor, office 4 Library build- 
ing, house 57 State 
Tallman William K., accountant, boards Parker House 
Tanner Abraham, machinist, house 154 Grinnell 
Tanner John B., overseer No. 4 weave room Wamsutta 

mills, house 22 Pope 
Tappan Francis WT., special justice and real estate, 22 

North Water, house at Fiiirhaven 
Tappan Josiah S. (Quinton F. Collins & Co.), blank book 

manufacturer, 34 North Second, boards 35 Elm 
Tate Robert,. laborer N". B. Copper Works, h. 11 Seneca 
Taylor Ann Mrs., house Park 
Taylor Aquill, house 29 Chancery 

Taylor Bartlett A., provisions, 186 Countv, b. 160 Grinnell 
TAYLOR BENJAMIN F., tailor, 149 Union, h. 

162 County 
Taylor Benjamin W., laborer, house 7 South 
Taylor Edward, weaver, house 15 Austin 
Taylor Geoi-ge, cooper, house 160 Grinnell 
Taylor George A., watchman, house 19 Sherman 
Taylor George H., seaman, boards 224 South Water 
Taylor Henry J., crockery and paper-hangings, 41 Pur- 
chase, house 110 Maxfield 
Taylor Henry W., clerk Acushnet Coffee and Spice Mill, 
boards 115 Pleasant 



NEW BEDFOED [X] DIRECTORY. 251 

Taylor James, weaver, boards 18 Austin court 

Taylor James, deputy collector of custoins, Custom House 

building, house 3 North Cottoge 
Tayloi- James jr., section hand in weave room, Wamsutta 

mills, house 72 Hazard 
Taylor James A., machinist, boards 3 North Cottage 
Taylor James H., laborer, boards 156 North Second 
Taylor James P., clerk, 187 and 189 Acushnet avenue, 

boai-ds 63 Dartmouth, corner Hickory 
Taylor John C. clerk, 186 County, boards 160 Grinnell 
TAYLOR JOHN P., druggist, 187 and 189 Acush- 
net avenue, c. Bedford, h. 68 Dartmouth, c. Hickory 
Taylor John P., 2d, operator North Depot W. U. tele- 
graph, boards 19 Sherman [Allen 
Taylor John W., machinist Morse Twist Drill Co., h. 65 
Taylor Mary A. Miss, house 108 South Fifth 
Tajdor Nathan, laborer, house 156 North Second 
Taylor Newton, weaver, house 18 Austin court 
Taylor Richard F., hair-dresser, 41 Smith, house do. 
Taylor Robert C, clerk Potomska mills, opp. 269 South 

Water, boards 63 Dartmouth 
Taylor Mary C, widow of Samuel, h. 224 South Water 
Taylor Theodore, laborer, house 117 Smith 
Taylor Thomas, weaver, h. South Front, near Blackmore 
Taylor Thomas, carpenter, house 2 Cannon 
Taylor Thomas A., weaver, house 177 Summer 
Taylor Virginia, widow of Darius, house 34 Cedar 
Taylor Walker, house 209 Middle 
Taylor Wm., machinist, boards 72 Kerapton 
Taylor Wm. A., machinist, house 72 Kempton 
Taylor Wm. H., physician, 139 Union, h. 3 No. Cottage 
TAYLOR WM. H., average adjuster, 40 North Wa- 
ter, house Washington, corner Dartmouth 
Taylor Wm. T., clerk H. J. Taylor, boards 110 Maxfield 
Taylor Wm. W., seaman, house 224 South Water 
Teach man Abram L., farmer, house Hathaway road, near 

Rockdale avenue 
Teachman Frank B., chrystalizer, house Durfee, near 

Shawmut avenue 
Teachman Geo. H., carpenter, house 4 Grand 
Tearaer John, laborer, house 95 South Front 
Teamoh Grace, widow, house 159 Kempton 
Teamoh Mary A. Mrs., house 159 Kempton 
Temple Lewis, hair-dresser, 72 Union, h. 166 Kempton 
Temple Mary, widow of Lewis, house 3 Walnut 
Teri'ian Edmund, weaver, boards 6 Hampton court 
Teri-ian Eli laborer, house 206 Pleasant 
Terrian Eli, jr., card grinder, boards 206 Pleasant 
Terrian Joseph, laborer, house 11 North Front 



252 NEW BEDFORD [f] DIRECTORY. 

Terrian Louis, weaver, house 185 State 

Terrian Medore, laborer Wamsatta mills, h. 71 Hazard 

Terrien Albert, graiiiei', house 8 Hazard court 

Terrien Jule, carder, house 187 State 

Terrien Narcaissa, at Wamsutta mills, h, 17 Hazard ct. 

Terrien Narcaissa jr., clerk 663 Purchase, boards 17 

Hazard court 
Terrien Napoleon, weaver, boards 17 Hazard court 
Terrien Thomas, house 308 County 

Terry Alice, widow of Benj., house 22 Rockdale avenue 
Terry Chas. A. V., surveyor of lunaber, h. 25 Rockdale 

avenue 
Terry Elias, foreman 125 North Water, house Hathaway 

road, corner Rockdale avenue 
Terry Francis C, blacksmith, Acushnet avenue, Tark- 

hiln Hill road, house do. 
Terry Job M., grocer, 236 County, house do. 
Terry Killey E. (Tillinghast & Terry) lumber, 125 North 

Water, boards Parker House 
Terry K. Clifton, clei'k, 125 North Water, boards Elias 

Terry's, Hathaway ro^id 
Terry Lemu-el T., bookkeeper Mechanics National Bank, 

house 43 Sycamore 
Terry Thomas P., house'Mill, Head of the River 
Terwilegar Anna Mrs., house Robeson, n. Ashland 
Tetlow John jr., principal Latin school, (West Newton 

street, Boston), house 7 North Cottage 
Tetreault Delphis, weaver, house 3 North Front 
Tew James W., hostler, house rear 15 First 
Tew Joseph C, house 906 Acushnet avenue 
Thacher Albert D., paper stock dealer, North Front, cor- 
ner Centre, house 32 Maxfield 
Thatcher Geo. L., paper-hanger, house Emerson, corner 

West Willis 
Thatcher Henry, farmer Thos. Nye, house 319 Cedar 
Thatcher Hidda L., widow, house 49 Mill 
Thatcher Isaac W., tin plate and sheet iron worker, 

250 Purchase, house at Fairhaven 
Thatcher John F., shoe-cutter, boards Emerson, corner 

West Willis 
Thatcher Wm. H., laborer, house 68 Summer 
Thatcher Wm. R., shoemaker, Cedar, between Willis 

and Parker, house 273 Cedar, corner Parker 
Thayer Charles H., shoemaker, 59|- South Second, house 

51 First 
Thayer Edwin S. (Thayer & Judd), parafline candles, 

house 3 Lincoln 
THAYER & JUDD (Edwin S. Thayer and Lewis 

S. Judd), raanutacturers paraflSne, wax and patent 

paraffine candles, Rotch's wharf 



NEW BEDFORD [X] DIRECTORY. 253 

THAYEK & JUDD PARAFFINE CO., office 

Rotch's square 
Thino- Wm. H., inessengev Hatch & Co.'s express, 5 

Ricketson block, house 2 Tremont, next Arnold 
Thomas Abiah, widow of Jacob, house 167 Elm 
Thomas Albert A., master mariner, house 73 Maxfield 
Thomas Antone, laborer, house 181 South Water 
Tiiornas Antone, seamen's clothing and boarding-house, 

111 South Water 
Thomas Caleb A., laborer, house 27 Allen 
Tiiomas Clias., laborer, house 76 Cedar 
Thomas Chas. H., roll coverer, house 319 Cedar 
Thomas Edward J., blacksmith O. C. & N. B. R. R. 

shop, Acushnet avenue, h, Mt. Pleasant, n. Dnvfee 
Thomas Frances, widow, house 25 Rowland 
Thomas Geo. E., fireman, boards Edward J. Thomas', Mt. 

Pleasant 
Thomas Geo. F., nainter Wady & Taber, h. 54 North 
THOMAS HENRY F., president New Bedford 

Copper Co., office Rodman, cor. North Front, house 

270 County 
Thomas Isaac S., carpenter, house 229 Cedar 
Thomas Isaac W., carpent'T, boards 229 Cedar 
Thomas Ichabod Loring, molder New Bedford Iron 

Foundry, house 96 Fourth 
Thomas James, laborer, house 224 Middle 
Thomas Jane V., wid. of Francis, h. 134 South Orchard 
Thomas Mary, widow, house 112 South Water 
Thomas Mary E., widow of Frank J., house 95 Kempton 
Thomas Mary Jane Miss, dressmaker, h. 8 Emerson 
Thomas Mattie F,, dressmaker, house 27 Allen 
Thomas Morgan (Morgan Thomas & Co.), slater, 205 

Purchase, house 437 Acushnet avenue 
THOMAS MORGAN & CO. (Morgan Thomas) 

slaters, 205 Purchase 
Thomas Sarah S. B. Miss, teacher Grove primary school, 

South Water, boards 55 Hillman 
Thomas Susan, widow of Chas., house 80 Fifth 
Thomas Sylvanus Mrs., house 6 North Cottage 
Thomas Wm. W., master mariner, house 55 Hillman 

Thomas , calker, house 8 Morgan's lane 

Thompson Alraira, widow of Edwin, house 116 South 

Front, corner South 
Thompson Asa T., mariner, boards 10 South Sixth 
Thompson Catherine, widow of William, h. 75 Smith 
Thomjjson Catherine, widow of Charles H., house rear 

41 iMerrimac, east of Purchase 
Thompson Charles, painter and paper-hanger, house 93 
Maxfield 



254 NEW BEDFORD [X] DIEECTORY. 

Thompson Edwin A., at George S. Homer's oil factory, 

house 116 South Front 
Thompson Elizabeth, widow of Mitchell, house rear 573 

Purchase 
Thompson Fields W., laborer Wamsutta mills, house 

Penniman, corner State 
Thompson George W., mariner, house Belleville road 
Thompson James, mason, house 23 South Water 
Thompson James, watchman New Bedford Cordage Co., 

house 151 Cedar 
Thompson James D., merchant, office 88 Union, house 

192 Union, corner South Eighth 
Thompson James D. jr., law student, 42 North Water 

boards 192 Union, corner South Eighth 
Thompson James O., cracker dealer, house 44 Willis 
Thompson James W., fireman O. C. R. K., h. 544 PCirchse 
Thom[ison Jane C, widow of Ezra, teacher Grove pri- 
mary school, South Water, liouse 4 County 
Thompson John A., carriage trimmer Geo. L. Brownell, 
house 16 County [75 Arnold 

Tiiompson John K., laborer N. B. Cordage Factory, house 
Tiiompson Orlando J., at City planing mill, h. 26 Bush 
Thompson Samuel, teamster, house 2 WestMaxfiold 
Thompson Thomas, treasurer N. B. Monumental Marble 

works, 21 Fourth, corner Spring, h. 88 No. Second 
Thompson William, tea dealer (N. Y.) house 50 Fourth 
Thompson William A., painter, boards 75 Smith 
Thompson William II,, weaver, house rear 41 Merrimac, 

east of Purchase 
Thomson Abner D., seaman, h. 10 So. Sixth, cor. Spring 
Thomson John H., clerk, house 10 South Sixth, corner 
Spring [cor. Spring, house do. 

Thomson Pardon G., bosom and cuff mnfr., 10 So. Sixth 
Thorne Edward, mariner, house 21 Chancery 
Thornton Alfred, clerk Mechanics National Bank, North 

Water, boards 174 Union 
Thornton Daniel, house 174 Union 
Thornton John H., flagman N. B. R. R., Union street 

crossing, house 177 State 
Thornton John R., merchant, h. 18 Seventh, cor. Spring 
Thornton Mary II., widow of Elisha jr., h. 32 So. Cottage 
Thornton Walter S., house 18 Seventh, corner Spring 
Tiiorougligood Ellen, widow, house 126 Kempton 
Thorj)e James, teamster, h. Shawmut av., near Parker 
Thorpe Thomas J., clerk, boards 68 Mill 
Thorup Mary W., widow of Andreas T., h. 29 Franklin 
Thorup William M., bookkeeper Peirce& Bushnell, house 

29 Franklin 
Thrasham James, house 95 First 



NEW BEDFORD [T] DIRECTORY. 255 

Thrasham John, glass maker, house 95 First 

Thrnsham Michael, laborer, boards 180 Acnshnet avenue 

Thrasham Patrick, laborer, house 95 First 

Thrasham Peter, laborer, house 143^ Cannon 

Tilden Andrew (Tilden & Co.), confectionery and ice 

cream, 70 Purchase, house 187 Middle 
Tilden Horace (TildtMi & Co.), confectionery and ice 

cream, 70 Purchase, house 64 Mechanics lane 
Tilden John L., laborer, house 151 North Second 
Tilden Niles, cigar manufacturer, 28 North Second, house 

64 Mechanics lane 
Tilden & Co. (Horace and Andrew Tilden), confection- 
ery, etc., 70 Purchase 
Tilghmam Charles F., elevator man, house 163 William 
Tilghmam Eugene P., carriage washer, house 97 Water 
Tilghmam Hiram I., coachman Holder Brownell, house 

C3'press avenue 
Tilghmam Samuel I., mariner, house 97 South Water 
Tilghmam Tiiomas H., mariner, house 212 Middle 
Tilghmam Thomas H, jr., hairdresser, house 221 Middle 
Tilghmam Walt-er S., mariner, boards 97 South Water 
Tilison Elizabeth, widow of Noali T., h. 55 Sherman 
Tillinghast Albert G., house 68 Fifth, corner Russell 
Tillinghast Christopher W., bds. 68 Fitlh, corner Ilussell 
Tillinghast Edward L., salesman, 90 South Water, boards 

68 Fifth 
Tillinghast Hutcherson C, restaurant, 51 and 53 Union, 

house 50 Spring 
Tillinghast John T., clerk, 44 North Water, h. 49 Allen 
Tillinghast Joseph (Tillinghast & Alden), 44 North 

Water, house 158 Union 
Tillinghast Joseph S. Mrs., house Anthony, cor. Bedford 
Tillinghast Lillebiidge 13., carpet weaver, 338 Purchase, 

boards do. 
Tillinghast Mary J., widow of Pardon, house 156 County 
Tillinghast Theodore F., president Wamsutta Needle Co., 

114 North Water, house 156 County 
Tillinghast William A. (Tillinghast & Terry), house 61 

Walnut 
TILLINGHAST & ALDEN" (Joseph Tillinghast 

and Geo. N. Alden), tire insurance agents, 44 North 

Water 
Tillinghast & Terry (William A. Tillinghast and Killey 

E. Terry), lumber and planing mill, 125 No. Water 
Tilison Henry H., hats, caps, etc., 43 Purchase, house 110 

Washington 
Tilton Abner F., cutter, 128^ Union, boards 166 North 
Tilton Annie W., teacher private school, 396 Purchase 
Tilton Edwin G., carpenter, boards 396 Purchase 



256 NEW BEDFORD [T] DIRECTOEY. 

Tilton Edwin M., gardener, house 396 Purchase, 
. Tilton Francis W-, carpenter, house 166 North 
Tilton Susan E., widow of Benjamin W., h. 41 Fourth 
Tilton William J., mariner, boards 396 Purchase 
Tiramins John, coachman, house Washington avenue 
Tiraperiey George, spinner Potomska mills, h. 289 South 

Second, corner Blackmore 
Tinkhara Allan W., carpenter, boards 66 North 
Tinkham Elisha B., boot and shoe manufacturer, 107 No. 

Second, house 45>^ Hillman 
Tinkham George B., in shoe fiictory, boards 164 Union 
Tinkham Harris N., blacksmith, boards 55 Foster 
Tinkham Horatio, shoemaker, boards 33 Kempton 
Tinkham John N., farmer, house 1100 Acushnet avenue 
Tinkliam Otis, bootmaker, house 179 Grinnell 
Tiidvham Robert N., inolder, house Coffin, corner First 
Tirrell Joseph G., photographer, 6 No. Water, house 3 

Waverly, rear 105 Allen 
Tirrell Lawrence, laborer, house South First, cor. Delano 
Tirrell Wm. F. (Wra. F. Tirrell & Co.), blacksmith, h. 

146 North Second 
Tirrell William F. & Co. (Wm. F. Tirrell and John J. 

Colwell), blacksmiths and carriage manufacturers, 

332 Purchase 
Titus Benjamin, hostler, house 153 Elm 
Titus Eugene, hostler, house 36 Elm 
Tobey Abbie Mrs., tailoress, house 82 Thomas 
Tobey Abby S. Miss, bookkeeper A. R. Barker, bds. 36 

Fourth 
Tobey B"'ranklin (Tobey & Cosygeshall), stoves and tin 

ware, 48 and 50 William, house 188 Middle 
Tobey Franklin, jr., gas fitter New Bedford Gas Light 

Co., boards 401 Purchase 
Tobey George, master mariner, house 36 Fourth 
Tobey George B., traveling agent (12 West, Boston), h. 

6 Ricketson court 
Tobey George F., tin plate and sheet iron worker, 48 and 

50 William, boards 188 Middle 
Tobey Henry A., house 87 Summer 
Tobey Joseph T., watchmaker, 19 Purchase, h. 29 Arch 
Tobey Maria P., widow of Charles R,, house 2 Foster 
Tobey Rebecca W., widow, house 13 South Sixth 
Tobey Robert G., clerk Mt. Washington Glass Co., Pros- 
pect, near Howland, house 34 Fourth 
Tobey Warren P., comi)ositor Standard office, h. 6 Locust 
Tobey & Coggeshall (Franklin Tobey and Charles W. 

Coggeshall), stoves and tin ware, 48 and 50 William 
Todd Agnes Mrs., house Durfee, nenr Cedar 
Todd Frances Mrs., house rear 356 Purchase 



NEW BEDFOED [T] DIKECTORT. 257 

Todd Henry, house 677 Purchase 

Todd Henry, jr., liouse 5 Willis 

Todd Mnry Miss (Todd* & Wickens), dressmaker, 673 

Purchase, house 677 do. 
Todd & Wickens (Miss Mary Todd and Miss Jane S. 

Wickens), dressmakers, 673 Purchase 
Tompkins Eliza, widow, boards 67 Hillraan 
Tompkins Isaac B,, officer House of Correction, house 24 

Cypress [Sycamore 

Tompkins Isaac B.,jr.j bookkeeper, 64 Union, house 59 
Tompkins Susan M., teacher Arnold st. primary school, 

boards 29 Seventh 
Tompkins Tillinghast P., house 76 Mill 
Toohey William, porter Bancroft House, boards do. 
Toomen John E., bar-tender, boards 104 Union 
Toomey Dennis H., weaver, boards Smith's block, State, 

near Linden [Linden 

Toomey John, laborer, house Smith's block. State, near 
Tophani George W., molder Giflford & Allen, h. 149 Elm 
Topham James C, clerk, house 89 South Second 
Topham Philip M., clerk. Robert C. Topham, 2 Griffin, h. 

102 Acushnet avenue 
Topham Robert C, lumber dealer, 2 Griffin, east of So. 

Water, house 89 South Second 
Topham William B., bookkel^per, house 89 South Second 
Topholm Peter, mason, boards 113 Elm 
Topliff Emily F. Mrs., house 906 Acushnet avenue 
Toska Wonzle, weaver, house 8 Austin court "' 

Tower Horace S., ship wright, boards 497 Purchase 
Tower John, house Wheaton House, rear 65 Summer 
Towne Mattie Mrs., weaver, boards 283 South Second 
Townsend Charles F., bottler H. Wheaton, 53 So. Water, 

boards 42 South Second 
Townsend George, shoeaiaker, house 42 South Second 
Townsend George E., boiler maker, house 242 Middle 
Townsend Robert H. Mrs., house 78 Cedar 
Tozier Seth P., carpenter, house 73 Mill 
Trafton John, laborer, house 86 Washington 
Trahan Augustus, laborer, house 15. Logan 
Trainor Mary' A., widow of John, house 44 Ash 
Travers Mary Ellen Mrs., house 17 Cannon 
Travers Mary S., widow, house 78 Merrimac 
Tripp Abner S., candle maker, house 27 Cove 
Tripp Abram W., clerk, 27 Middle, boards 290 Cedar 
Tripp Adna F., masOn, house 150 Mill 
Tripp Adoniram D., machinist Cordage factory, house 

342 Cedar 
Tripp Albert C, shoemaker, house 220 County 
Tripp Alexander A., farmer, house head Grape 
17 



258 NEW BEDFORD [X] DIRECTOEY. 

Tripp Allen S., boats to let, Front, cor. Shepherd's lane, 

house 47 Bedford 
Tripp Almira, widow, nurse, house 228 South Second 
Tripp Almy, hostler, boards 146 Middle 
Tripp Alonzo B., carriage maker, 147 Kerapton, house do. 
Tripp Alvin B., teamster, house 168 Kempton 
Tripp Ambrose H,, molder N. B. Iron Foundry, house 

117 Fifth 
Tripp Andrew W., shoemaker, house Durfee, cor. Vine 
Tripp Annie E., milliner, boards 181 'Pleasant 
Tripp Arthur M., mariner, house 94 South Second 
Tripp Augustus C, grocer, Ashland, corner Linden, house 

Ashland, near Linden 
Tripp A. E. Mrs., house 48 Hillman 
Tripp Barjona J)., carriage maker George L. Brownell, 

house 146 Acushnet avenue 
Tripp Barjona D., boards 84 Linden 
Tripp Bnrjona D., laborer, boards 84 Linden 
Tripp Benjamin E., farmer, house 173 Mill 
Tripp Benjamin F., teamster, house 38 Parker 
Tripp Caroline E., widow of Almanza, h. 270 Kempton 
Tripp Charles, laborer, house 3 Borden 
Tripp Charles A., mariner, house 155 Fourth 
Tripp Charles F., carder Potomska mills, h. 139 So. First 
Tripp Charles F., carriage and'wagon mnfr,, Acushnet, h. 

Belleville road. Head of the River 
Tripp Charles H., machinist Cordage factory, h.338 Cedar 
Tripp Charles H., 2d, farmer, house Woodlawn, n. Linden 
Tripp Charles H., blacksmith, 394 Acushnet avenue, h. 

181 Pleasant 
Tripp Charles H., driver New Bedford Ice Co., 9 Fourth., 
b, Elizabeth M. Tripp's, r. Purchase (Rodman farm) 
Tripp Charles H., mule-spinner, bds. 702 Acushnet av. 
Tripp Charles M. (E. Haskell & Co.), dry goods, 42 Pur- 
chase, house 7 North Cottage 
Tripp Charles R., brakeman, boaixls 181 Pleasant 
Ti-ipp Chester L., carriage painter, boards 2 Spruce 
Tripp Christopher B., blacksmith, house 12 Sherman 
Tripp Cornelius B., truckman, house 217 South Water 
Tripp Edgar F,, laborer N. B. Copper Works, h. 4 Pond, 

opp. N. B. Copper Works 
Tripp Edward S., salesman, 21 No. Water, h. 117 Fifth 
Ti'ipp Edwin I., butcher, house Rockdale avenue 
Tripp Elias, at N. B. Rolling mill, liouse 3 Borden 
Tripp Eliphalet A., macliinist, house Durfee 
Tripp Eliza, widow of James A., house 47 Allen 
Tripp Elizabeth M., widow of Leander, house rear Pur- 
chase, near Logan (Rodman farm) 
Tripp Emeline Mrs., house 89 High 



NEW BEDFORD [X] DIRECTORY. 259 

Tripp Ephraira J. H., carpenter, 239 Cedar, house do. 
Tripp Francis, stone-splitter, boards 79 Chestnut 
Tripp Francis H., mason, h. 6 Sears, near Washington 
Tripp Frank C, clerk, boards 11 Durfee, near Vine 
TRIPP FRANK G., carpets, etc., 173 Purchase, h. 

4 Linden, corner Pleasant 
Tripp Frank S. (Bowker & Tripp), boards 24 North 
Tripp George, laborer, house 17 Grape 
Tripp George A., laborer, house 102 South Front 
Tripp Geo. A., foreman Tillinghast & Terry, h. 24 North 
Tripp Gforge A., carpenter, boards 63 Foster 
Tripp George F., carriage maker, house 150 Mill 
Tripp George F., mariner, house Plainville 
Tripp George H. W., driver C. Howland S. F. E., No. 4, 

house 68 Forest 
Tripp Harry B., blacksmith, house 63 Ash 
Tripp Henry C, teamster, boards rear 576 Purchase 
Tripp Henry W., carpenter, house 68 Arnold 
Tripp Hiram C, mason, h. 201 Cedar [Bush 

Tripp Holder R., teamster, 18 So. Water, h. 93 First, cor. 
Tripp Ira P., grocer, 35 Elm, house 11 Park 
Tripp Isaac S., ship-carpenter, house 18 William 
Tripp James E., laborer, boards Durfee, corner Vine 
Tripp James F., letter carrier, house 69 Summer 
Tripp James F., in N. B. Copper Works, h. 273 Cedar 
Tripp James H,, boards 47 Allen 
Tripp James M., carriage smith, 32 South Pleasant, near 

Elm, house 149 Middle 
Tripp James M., carpenter, house 211 Acushnet avenue 
Tripp James S., house painter, house Rockdale av., opp. 

Parker 
Tripp Job P., laborer, house Waverly, near Allen 
Tripp John E., mason, house 4 Pond 
Ti'ipp John M., stone-mason, house 150 Mill 
Tripp Joseph, laborer, house 352 South Water 
Tripp Joseph, jr., laborer, house 7 South, corner Prospect 
Tripp Joseph M., house 67 Allen 
Tripp Laura M. Mrs., house 114 Kempton 
Tripp Leroy G., clerk, boards 11 Park 
Tiipp Lot, ship-carpenter, house 66 State 
Tripp* Lucia R., widow of Frederick P., boards 4 Pond 
Tripp Lydia P., widow of Robert, h. 94 South Second 
Tripp Mary D. Mrs., nurse, house 3 Ricketson court 
Tripp Miron E., in Cordage Factory, h. 22 Emerson 
Tripp Nathaniel C. (N. C. Tripp & Co.), grocer, 57 Ar- 
nold, corner Arch, house Arch, next Arnold 
Tripp Noah, house 4 Linden, corner Pleasant 
Tripp N. C. & Co. (Nathaniel C. Tripp), grocers, 57 Ar- 
nold, corner Arch 



260 ■ NEW BEDFORD [T] DIRECTORY. 

Tripp Oliver P., laborer, house 262 South Water 

Tripp Philip C, farmer, house (Rodman farm), Ashland, 

opposite Durfee 
Tripp Philip M., job wagon, First, c. Union, h, 62 North 
Tripp Rachel, widow of Gideon, house rear 576 Purchase 
Tripp Rebecca P., widow of Jeremiah, house 63 Ash 
Tripp Rhoda, widow of Harvey, h, 11 Durfee, n. Vine 
Ti'ipp Richmond J., carpenter, house 183 Kempton 
Tripp Sarah, widow of Godfrey R., h. 352 South Water 
Tripp Sarah J,, widow of Thomas G. C, house 286 Cedar, 

near Locust 
Tripp Stephen, house 79 Forest 
Tripp Stephen A., tin plate and sheet iron worker, 16 and. 

18 North Water, house 58 Fifth 
Tripp Stephen F., teamster, house 29 Allen 
Tripp Thomas, machinist, house Mt. Pleasant, Acushnet 

heights 
Tripp Thomas A., clerk Mt. Washington Glass Co., house 

at Fairhaven 
Tripp Thomas B., real estate agent, house 47 Allen 
Tripp Washington B., carpenter, house 185 Kempton 
Tripp William B., clerk, boards 11 Park 
Tripp William H., farmer, house Crapo lane, from Dart- 
mouth, at Dartmouth line 
Tripp William J., teamster, house rear 90 South Second 
Tripp William W., boards 48 Hillman 
Trochier Noel, spinner, house 11 Austin 
Trottier Damase, weaver, house 202 Pleasant 
Trottier Damase, weaver, house 635 Purchase 
Troy William, mariner, house Rockdale avenue 
Trull Charles F., shoemaker, house 80 Middle 
Truman George H., boards Gammon's lane 
Truman Thomas, works Potomska mills, h. Gammon's lane 
Tucker Abner R. (Tucker & Cummings), 100 and 102 

William, house 77 Spring, corner Seventh 
Tucker Charles R. (Tucker & Bryant), soap mnfr,, 104 

North Water, house 9 Lincoln 
Tucker Edward T., physician, house 12 Pope 
Tucker Geo. F., lawyer, 21 Robeson bldg., b. 31 Seventh 
Tucker John F. (John F. Tucker & Co.), merchaat, 29 

North Front, house 31 Seventh 
Tucker John F. & Co. (John F. Tucker and Edward D. 

Mandell), merchants, 29 North Front 
Tucker Lydia A., nurse, house 80 Mill 
Tucker Ruth B., widow of Daniel, house 52 Russell 
Tucker William, jr., dry goods, 21 North Water, boards 

165 Union 
Tucker William A., bookkeeper Citizens National Bank, 
36 North Water, boards 35 Eighth 



NEW BEDFORD []J] DIRECTORY. 261 

Tucker William H., house 49 Mill 

Tucker & Bryant (Charles R. Tucker and N. L. Bryant), 

soap ninfrs., 104 and 106 North Water 
Tucker & Cummings (Abner R. Tucker and Charles S. 

Cuinmings), wholesale and retail grocers, 100 and 

102 Wiliiarn 
Tuckerman Robert, master mariner, house 113 Middle 
Tuckerman Thomas, tinman, 45 No. Water, h. 30 Hill 
Tuckwell George, carriage maker, house 92 Linden 
TUELL CHARLES A., proprietor Manhattan Crys- 
tal Polish, 113 Union, house 336 South Water 
Tuell Charles D., assessor, house 350 South Water 
Tnell Frank P. P^ clerk Gifford & Barker, h. 46 County 
Tuell Joseph B. C, clerk Central Union Association, 5 

North Sixth, house 350 South Water 
Tuell Sarah E., teacher Grove primary school, boards 350 

South Water [Spring 

Tupper Araantha J. Mrs., boarding-house, 17 Seventh, cor. 
Turner Andrew R., blacksmith, h. 286 Cedar, n. Locust 
Turner Calvin K., house Shawmut avenue, cor. Darfee 
Turner Calvin K., 2d, h, Shawmut av., n. Hathaway rd. 
Turner Dennis, weaver, house 793 Purchase 
Turner Elbridge A., fish peddler, house Hathaway road 
Turner Elbridge G., farmer, house Plainville road 
Turner Elisha Mrs., house 78 Ash 
TXirner Isabella, widow of James, house 10 Emerson 
Turner James, section hand Wamsutta mills, house 12 

Fulton couit 
Turner John H., weaver, house 566 Purchase 
Turner Jonathan, second hand Wamsutta mills, house 

165 Pleasant • 
Turner Maria L. Mrs., dressmaker, 194 Kempton, h. do. 
Turner Peter, weaver, boards 16 Hazard court 
Turner Phebe A., widow of John C, h. 165 Purchase 
Turner Roderick W., cook, house 237 Middle 
Turner William, laborer, house 194 Kempton 
fTurner Wilson, laborer, h. So. Emerson, beyond Clinton 
Turpin N. H. Rev,, house Smith street court 
Tute Edward, card grinder, h. Delano, next So. Front 
Tyler Charles E., bookbinder, 105 Union, h. 21 Wing 
Tynan James E., boards John F. Tynan's, Cedar 
Tynan John F., gardenei*, house Cedar, near Robeson 

UNDERHILL ANNIE E. MISS, house 220 Union 
Underbill Mary M., widow of Walter, boards 220 Union 
Underbill Merriam Mrs., house 57 Fourth 
Underwood Charles H., mason, house 73 Foster 
Underwood George P., conductor O. C. R. R., house 105 
Maxfield 



262 NEW BEDFORD [Y] -DIRECTORY. 

Underwood John A., mason, house 48 Sycamore 
Underwood Otis, laborer, house 496 Acushnet avenue 
Underwood Thomas C, hostler, house rear 37 Smith 
Underwood William R., engineer, house 35 Pleasant 
Underwood Willis C, clerk, boards 35 Pleasant 
Union Boiler Works, Babbitt & Wood, proprietors, 27 

Front 
UJ^ION BOOT AND SHOE CO., Savory Hath- 
away, asfent, boots and shoes, 111 and 113 William 
UNION MARKET, Wm. T. Luce, proprietor, 172 

County 
Union Mutual Marine Insurance Co., 33 North Water 
Upham John H., laborer, house 263 Kempton 
Upham William O. T. (Brown & Upham), fish, 34 Mill, 

house 20 Rockdale avenue 
Upjohn Aaron, cooper, house 8 Mnxfield 
Upjohn James, cooper A. J. Myrick, house 11 Elm 
Urquhart Drusilla Mrs., proprietor Atlantic House, board- 
ing-house, 9 South Water 

VALENTINE JOHN, Jr., officer House of Correction, 
house Court, near county jail 

Van Campen Eugene L., clerk Central Union store, 5 No. 
Sixth, house 6 Dover 

VAN CAMPEN HIRAM, insurance agent, office 
17North Water, boards 165 Union 

Vance Richard W., boards 501 Acushnet avenue 

Vance Walter R., clerk, 68 William, h. 501 Acushnet av. 

Van Dyke James, manager Centennial Tea Co., 26 Pur- 
chase, boards Central House [Pleasant 

Varley Henry, foreman Tucker & Bryant, h. Linden, n. 

Varney Arthur A., flagman Hillman street crossing O, C. 
R. R., house 478 Purchase 

Vassells James H., hair-dresser, 359 Acushnet avenue, 
and janitor Wamsutta club, rooms 3, 4, and 5 Ricket- 
son block. Union, house 166 Mill 

Vaughan John A., granite cutter, h. 151 West Campbell' 

VAUGHAN WESTON C, JR., undertaker, 17 
North Second, house 35 South Second 

Veira Manuel, fisherman, house 65 Prospect 

Veira Manuel C, seaman, house 1053^ South Water 

Vei'a Catharine, widow, house 12 Griffin 

Vera Frank, boarding-house, 110 South Water, and cloth- 
ing store, 113 South Water, house do. 

Vera Joseph, house 48 South Sixth 

Vera Thomas, laborer, house 173 Fourth 

Vermyrie John J. B., physician, h. and office 174 Union 

Verraneau Cyrill, carpenter, house 64 Hazard 

Verraneau Joseph, weaver, boards 64 Hazard 



NEW BEDFORD ["W] DIRECTORY. 263 

Viall S. T., butcher, Cove, uext Clark's point road, house 

45 Cove 
Viall Walter G., clerk, boards 45 Cove 
Vianna Manuel J., cigar mnfr., 87 South Water, h. do. 
Vieera Manuel A. (Vieera & Rogers), provisions, 25 

Howland, house do. 
Vieera Manoel G., steamer Verbenia, house 155 Fourth 
Vieera & Rogers (Manuel A. Vieera and Frank J. Ro- 
gers), provisions, 25 Howland 
Vierick Lizzie Miss, house 72 Fourth 
Vinal Andrew, teamster, house Willis, near Cedar 
Vinal Charles IT., clerk, 53 Purchase, boards 50 Pleasant 
Vinal Charles W., clerk, boards 72 Bedford 
Vinal Frederick H., mason, house 72 Bedford 
Vinal Frederick W., carpenter, house 78 Fifth 
Vinal Lavinia A. T., widow of Wm. M., h. 50 Pleasant 
Vinal Roland T., machinist, boards 72 Bedford 
Vinall Francis H., mason, house 48 Willis 
Vinall Franklin H., mason, boards 48 Willis 
Vincent Albert C, carpenter, house 6 Emerson 
Vincent Alexander, mason, h. No. Front, near Washburn 
VI:N'CE]VT AMBROSE, ship chandlery, hardware 

and cutlery, stoves, etc., 120 Union, h. 185 Middle 
Vincent Claffaus, blacksmith Geo. L. Brownell's carriage 

manufactory, house 33 South Water 
Vincent Clara S., teacher, boarcls 185 Middle 
Vincent Frances S., widow of John S., h. 81 Prospect 
Vincent Herbert, machinist, house 153 State 
Vincent James H., grocer, North Second, cor. Elm, h. 46 

North Second 
Vincent Mark T., clerk, 120 Union, boards 185 Middle 
Vincent Peter M., mason, house Parker, near Emerson 
VINEYARD HAVEN EXPRESS, Hatch & Co., 

5 Ricketson block 
Vogel George, granite-cuttei*, h. Lindsay, near Kempton 
Vose Charles H,, teamster, house 179 Pleasant 

WADE JOB, leather mnfr.. Wall, from near Acushnet 

avenue, house 87 Chestnut 
Wade Joseph B., currier J. Wade, house 47 Willis 
Wade Joseph H., carriage trimmer, house 157 Grinnell 
Wade William L., police, house 315 Acushnet avenue 
Wadington John, spinner, house 214 South Water 
Wadsworth Lawrence, ship-carpenter, h. 33 So. Second 
Wadsworth Louisa, widow of Jolin, house 163 Elm 
Wady Arnold B. (Wady & Taber), painter, Mechanics 

lane, 2d door below Sixth, house 10 Bethel 
Wady George H., house 37 Mill 
Wady & Taljer f Arnold B. Wady and Lyman G. Taber) 

painters, Mechanics lane, 2d door below Sixth 



264 NEW BEDFORD ["V^] DIRECTOEY. 

Wagner Mary R/Mrs., dressmaker, 390 Acushnet av,, h. 

do. [Acushnet avenue 

Waj^ner William K., foreman Wm. P. N"ye, boards 390 
Waight Albert E., machinist Morse Twist Drill Co., 

house 31 Washington 
Wainel Thomas J., farmer, house .Hathaway road, west 

of Rockdale avenue 
Wainer Mary, widow of Asa F., house 3 Jenney 
Wainier Aleck, waiter Parker House, boards do. 
Wainier Chas. S., waiter Parker House, boards do. 
Wainier Frederick D., waiter Parker House, house 21 

Morgan's lane 
Waite Benjamin H. (B. H. Waite & Co.), house 15 So. 

Cottage 
Waite Benjamin H. & Co. (Benj. H, Waite and Wm. R. 

N. Silvester), dry goods and carpetings, 40 Purchase 
Waite Chas. H. (Waite & Milne), 387 Purchase, house 

15 Campbell 
Waite Crary B., house 15 Campbell 
Waite Edward W., lieutenant police Central station, 3 

South Second, house 31 High 
Waite Edwin E., physician, house 5 Arch 
Waite Fidelia Mrs., house 101 Sycamore 
Waite Stephen, house 129 Kempton 
Waite Stephen E., boards 129 Kempton 
Waite & Milne (Charles H. Waite and William O. 

Milne), publishers of Bristol County Journal, 387 

Purchase 
Waldron William R., engineer O. C. R. R., house 6 

Franklin 
Walker Chas. H., job wagon, First, c. Union, h. County, 

corner North 
Walker John W., carpenter and box maker, h. 53 Smith 
Walker M. Alma, widow of Henry, house 67 Maxfield 
Walker Wm., carpenter, Hillman, near North Water, 

house 107 Maxfield 
Walker Wm. H., grocer, 57 Sycamore, h. 81 Thomas 
Wall James, mule-spinner, house 60 Rivet 
Wall Thomas H., currier, house 168 Kempton 
Wall Wm. A., artist, house 169 Middle 
Wall Wm. S., grocer, 109 So. Water, b. Sheridan House 
Wallace Frederick H. B., farmer Henry K. Laphara, 

Middle road, Clai-k's point 
Wallace Henry, laborer, house 75 So. Water, ^ cor. Bush 
Wallace Wm., saloon, 69 South Water, house do. 
Walley Wm. H., boards 57 Mechanics lane 
Walmsley George, overseer cloth room, b. 204 S. Second 
Walsh F. H., marble-cutter, house 605^^ Acushnet av. 
Walsh James, weaver, boards 292 County 



KEW BEDFORD [^] DIEECTORT. 265 

Walsh John, laborer, house 292 County 

Walsh Mary Mrs., house First, corner Bush 

W^alsh Michael, weaver, boards 292 County 

Walton Robert, fisherman, house 619 Acushnet avenue . 

Wamsutta Mills, Acushnet av., cor. Wamsutta, A. G. 

Pierce, treas., Edward Kilburn, agent, office over 

Merchants National Bank 
Wamsutta Needle Co., 114 North Water, Theodore F. 

Tillinohast, president 
Ward Anctrew L., clerk, 39 William, b. US^4 Union 
Ward Ann, widow, boards 177 State 
W^ard Archibald, coffin maker, house 4 North Sixth 
Ward David P., dentist, 159 Union, house do. 
Ward Ezekiel G., dentist, 148>2 Union, h. at Falmouth 
Ward Frank, weaver, b. Washburn, 3d house on right 

from Acushnet avenue 
Ward Frank E,, dentist, 166 Union, cor. S. Sixth, h. do. 
Ward John, laborer, house 620 Purchase 
Ward John, weaver Wamsutta mills, house 17 No. Front 
Ward Mary, widow of George, house 136 Kempton 
Ward Mary F., widow of Benjamin C, house 90 Elm 
Ward Peter, weaver Wamsutta mills, boards Washburn, 

3d on right from Acushnet avenue 
Ward Thomas E., staightener Morse Twist Drill Co., 

house 24 Allen 
Wardell Elizabeth, widow of Benj., h. Rockdale avenue 
Wardell Hiram, ship-carpenter, house Rockdale avenue 
Wardell Phebe W., widow of Joshua, h. Belleville road, 

near Acushnet river 
Wardell, see Wodill, also Wordell 
Ware Cyrus, boot and shoemaker, 177 County, house 83 

Maxfield 
Ware James, carpenter, boards 6 Middle 
Warfield James H., laborer, house rear 182 Kerapton 
Warfield John, mariner, house 182 Kempton 
Warner David, gardener Joseph H. Cornell, Acushnet 

avenue, boards do. [Fairhaven 

Warner Jesse A., furniture repairer, 136 Purchase, h. at 
Warner Wm. S., farmer Chas. Wormell, Plainville 
Warren Benj. C, carpenter, house 355 South Water 
Washburn Arthur, laborer, house 66 Forest 
Washburn Francis P., sawyer, house Acushnet avenue 
Washburn Frederic A., assistant treas. N. B. Institution 

for Savings, h. South East, cor. Maple and Ash 
Washburn Frederick A., bookkeeper, 123 Union, h. 21 

Kempton, corner Acushnet avenue 
Washburn F. Flerbeit, broom maker, 30 Union, b. 36 do. 
Washburn Geo. E., flirmer, boards Reuben Washburn's, 

Acushnet avenue 



266 NEW BEDFORD ["W] DIRECTORY. 

Washburn Jennie, dressmaker, 17 Mill 
Washburn Lemuel A., peddler, house Acushnet avenue 
Washburn Lettice R. (Brightraan & Washburn), stair- 
builder, 51 No. Water, house 31 Cypress 
Washburn Reuben, house Acushnet avenue 
Washburn Sally, widow of John, boards Seth Hord's, 

Acushnet avenue 
Washburn William F., sail-maker, house 216 Summer 
Washburn William H, (Allen & Washburn), planing 

mill, 149 North Water, house 45 North 
Washington George, janitor, house 246 Middle 
Washington John F., laborer, boards 208 Middle 
Washington Priscilla C. Mrs., house 20 Wing 
Waterman Frank D., freight conductor O. C. R. R., house 
497 Purchase [chase, h. 212 Union 

Waterman Nehemiah, carpets, oil cloths, etc., 67 Pur- 
Waterman William H., clerk, 67 Purchase, h. 212 Union 
Waters Charles O., oysterman, house 54 Sherman 
Waters Joseph A., hairdresser, boards 7 Spring 
Waters William H., hairdresser, house 7 Spring 
Watkins Betsey D. Miss, house 85 Fourth 
Watkins Catherine, widow, of George, house 14 Spi'uce 
Watkins Charles F., shoemaker, house 14 Spruce 
Watkins Eugene, saloon, 64 William, boards 14 Spruce 
Watkins Geo. D. (Watkins & Handy), house 85 Court 
Watkins Hannah R., widow of James B., house 20 Allen 
Watkins James B., boards 20 Allen 
Watkins Mary D. Miss, house 85 Fourth 
Watkins Sarah G. Mrs., house 221 Middle 
Watkins Susan, widow of William, house 176 Kempton 
Watkins Susan P., widow of Joseph, house 54 Smith 
Watkins Taylor Z., carriage washer, house 115 Smith 
WATKI:N'S WILLIAM, merchant, 13 Centre, and 

president First National Bank, house 189 Union 
Watkins & Handy (George D. Watkins and Jonathan 

Handy), iron and steel, 13 Centre 
Watkinson James, weaver, house 793 Purchase 
Watson Clara Miss, cashier, 145 Union, boards 37 Fifth 
Watson David (David Watson & Co.), fish market, Ed- 
dy's wharf, and 16 North Second, h. 125 So. Water 
WAtSOI»f DAVID «& ^CO. (David Watson and 

Manuel P. Silvia), fish dealers, 16 North Second 
Watson Henry, weaver, house 155 State 
Watson James, gilder, house 58 Summer 
Watson John, mule-spinner, boards 11 Rivet 
Watson Paul, weaver, house 570 Purchase 
Watson Samuel, estate of, 18 Centre 
Watson Thomas, weaver, house 207 Pleasant 
Watson Thos., fancy goods, 692 Acushnet avenue, h. do. 



NEW BEDFORD [^7] DIRECTORY. 267 

Watson William E. (New York), h. 37 Fifth, c. Walnut 
Wattie Forbes Mrs,, widow, house 85 South Sixth 
Wattie William,- manager N. B. Machine Shop, house 85 

South Sixth' 
Watts Daniel A. Rev., house 75 Court 
Weaver Alfred, laborer, house 1 Grand 
Weaver Charles F., clerk, 417 Purchase, bds. 150 St ate 
Weaver Eliza, widow of John, house 9 Bethel 
Weaver Frances C, widow of Edward, house 21 Chauncey 
Weaver George, house Rockdale avenue, near Parker 
Weaver George S., shipsmith, house 61 Merrimac 
Weaver Hannah D., widow of John, house head Weaver . 
Weaver Stephen, farmer, house Hathaway road 
Weaver Stephen V., carriage painter, 83 Middle, house 
152 North [State 

Weaver Thomas H., carpenter, 130 North Water, h. 150 
Weaver William H., farmer, house head Weaver 
Webb Harriet A., widow of Hiram, boards 21 So. Sixth 
Webb Hezekiah, laborer, boards 190 Campbell 
Webb Isaac P., master mariner, house 64 Mill 
Webb James, house Acushnet avenue, Head of the River 
Webb Miirtha B. Mrs., house 6-1 Cedar 
Webber Louisa M., widow of Barton, house 111 Fifth 
Webster Charles F., laborer, house shoe factory, Durfee 
Webster Cornelius Mrs., boarding-house, 52 Fifth 
Webster Frank S., at Peirce & Bushnell's, bds. 52 Fifth 
Webster Horatio G., butcher, house Vine, rear Durfee 
Webster Joseph, physician, house Acushnet avenue 
Webster Joseph V., clerk, 119 Kempton, house 121 do. 
Webster Joseph W. Mrs., house Acushnet avenue 
Webster William M., machinist, house 72 Washington 
Weed Alonzo M., expressman Hatch &Co., h. 59 Cypress 
Weeden Charles H. L., machinist, house 224 County 
Weeden George F., machinist, house 134 Washington 
Weeden Helen, widow of William, h. 134 Washington 
Weeden Henry M., janitor Manhattan club, boards Man- 
hattan House, 4 Hall's court 
Weeden Joseph W., clerk, 19 North Second, house 134 
Aciisiinet avenue [chard, h. 13 Bonney 

Weeden Wm. W., grocer, 120 Washington, cor. So. Or- 
Weeks Eben, jr., calker (Cal.), house 156 Grinnell 
Weeks Henry G., carpenter, house 240 County 
WEEKS HENRY T. (Reuben Weeks & Son), 

calker, City wharf, house at Dartmouth 
Weeks xMary A., ^vidow of Reuben B., h. 56 North Sixth 
Weeks Nathan, laborer, house Kempton, Cannonville 
WEEKS REUBEN (Reuben Weeks & Son), calker. 

City whaifi house at Dartmouth 
WEEKS REUBEN & SON (Reuben and Henry 
T. Weeks), calkers, City wharf 



268 NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 

Weeks Reuben A., paper box maker Coffin Bros., Union, 

boards 56 North Sixth 
Weeks William, master mariner, house 97 State 
WEIK MICHAEL, proprietor « Wilhlem House," 

22 School, house do. 
Welch Arthur, tailor, house Oesting, near Kerapton 
Welcli Catharine Mrs., house 13 Morgan's lane 
Welch David, bill-poster Liberty Hall Bill Posting Co., 

boards Mansion House, 89 Union 
Welch David M,, laborer, house 15 Oak 
Welch Ellen, widow, house 69 South Water 
Welcli Hugh J., laborer Gosnold mills, b. 682 Purchase 
Welch James, laborer, house 2 Bush 
Welch James, packer Mount Washington Glass Co., 

fiouse 118 South Water 
Welch James, carder, boards 283 South Second 
Welch James H., laborer, boards 91 Acushnet avenue 
Welch James W., boiler maker, boards 14'6 Acushnet av. 
Welch John, laborer, house 91 Acushnet avenue 
Welch John, laborer, house 40 Middle 
Welch John jr., boards 13 Morgan's lane 
Welch Mary, widow, house 68 South Second 
Welch Michael, house 12 Griffin 
Welch Patrick, weaver, house 9 Austin court 
Welch Patrick, laborer, house 208 Pleasant 
Welch Patrick jr., weaver tender, boards 208 Pleasant 
Welch Patrick, foreman Eureka Flour Mills, house 116 

Fifth 
Welch Robert, laborer, boards James H. Hathaway's, 

Tarkiln hill road, near Acushnet avenue 
Welch William, boiler maker, house 146 Acushnet av. ■ 
Weldon Samuel C, passepartout maker, 72 North Water, 

house Fair, next County 
Welling Eli, mason, house 45 South Water 
Welsh John, shoemaker, 669 Purchase, house 54 Hazard 
WentWorth Charles H., mariner, house 189 North 
Wentworth Emma R. Miss, principal Mill school, boards 

97 Hillman 
Wentworth Frank W., clerk 111 Union, bds. 74 Walnut 
Wentworth Hiram W. (J. & W. R. Wing & Co.), Ill 

Union, house 74 Walnut 
West Addie Miss, teacher Merrimac street primary 

school, boards 90 Pleasant 
West Amos A., ship-carpenter, house 200 Summer 
West A. T. Miss, nurse, house 13 Maxfield 
West Clement C, hostler, 14 Fourth, h'. Court, cor. Park 
West David B , stoves and tin ware, 6 Cypress, house do. 
West Hattie Miss, house 27 South Emerson 
West Henry F., boatman, boards 53 First 



NEW BEDFORD ['W] DIRECTOET. 269 

West Henry N,, lawyer, 13 and 15 Robeson building, 

boards 2-4 Seventh 
West Isaiah, master mariner, house 24 Seventh 
West James M., steam fitter, 60 William, h. at Fairhaven 
West John E., hair-dresser, 4 South Water, house 235 

South Water 
West John P., painter, 726 Purchase, house Mount Pleas- 
ant, corner Hathaway road 
West John P.^; carriage trimmer, house 3Durfee 
West John R., hair-dresser, 4 South Water, boards 45 

South Water 
West Mary B , widow, house 14 Hill man 
West Mary J. Mrs., house 68 Cedar 
West Nehemiah, house 273 Purchase 
West Oliver H., hostler, boards 53 First 
West Rebecca B. Mrs., millinery, 23 Pleasant, h. 22 do. 
West Simeon N^., merchant, 104 Union, h. 221 County 
West Sylvester C, hostler Robert S. Cornell, 135 Grin- 

nell, house do 
West Thomas, master mariner, house 90 Pleasant 
West Thomas jr., salesman, boards 90 Pleasant 
West William, boatman, house 53 First 
West William S., house 14 Hillman 
Western Lumber Co. (J. Augustus Brownell), lumber 

dealer, 16 Fourth, corner Spring 
Western Union Telegraph Co., office 26 North Water 
Westgate Abiel N., carpenter, house Acushnet avenue 
Westgate Herbert N., carpenter, h. Acushnet avenue 
Westgate Jonathan, carpenter, house Acushnet avenue 
Westgate Lucy M., widow of Charles IL, house 85 Elm 
Westgate Maria F., widow, house 6*0 Mechanics lane 
Westgate Sarah C, widow of Sylvanus, house 25 Willis 
Westgate Sylvanus, fisherman, house Eddy's wharf 
Westgate William H., fisherman, house 180 So. First 
Weston George H., planer, house 9 Bethel 
Weston Samuel, farmer, house Belleville road, Head- of 

the River 
Weston Timothy M., mason, house 22 Rockland avenue 
Weston William H., hostler, house 13 Chancery 
WHALEMAN'S SHIPPING LIST & MER- 
CHANTS TKANSCKIPT, Eben. P. Ray- 
mond, publisher, 8 South Second 
Whal.en John, laborer, h. rear No. Front, n. Washburn 
Whalen Margaret, widow, house 243 South Water 
Whalen Michael, painter E. J. Kempton, r'ms 93 Maxfield 
Whalen Nicholas, teamster Denison Bros., house 215 

South Water 
Whalen Patrick N., laborer, house 243 South Water 
Whalen William B., clerk L. D. Wilbur, boards Acush- 
net avenue. Head of the River 



270 NEW BEDFORD ["\y] DIRECTORY. 

Whenton Arthur C, clerk, 53 So. Water, bds. 97 North 

Wheaton Charles E., mason, boards 57 Hill 

Wheaton Hiram, manufacturer of mineral and soda water, 

51 and 53 South Water, house 97 North 
Wheaton Horatio C, mason, boards 57 Hill 
Wheaton Lydia, widow of James, house 57 Hill 
Wheaton Nathan, mason, house 121 Maxfield 
WHEATON WALTER F., printer, 52 William, 

boards Parker House 
Wheeler Annie F. Mrs., house 292 Purchase 
Wheeler Eliza B. Mrs., physician, 37 Elm, house do. 
Wheeler Francis A., laborer, house rear 209 Middle 
Wheeler George B., civil engineer, h. Mt. Vernon, cor. 

Mount Plensant 
Wheeler George H., mariner, house 17 First 
Wheeler Hiram L,, carpenter, house 37 Smith 
Wheeler Joseph H., driver H. Wheaton, 53 South Water, 

house 410 Purchase 
Wheeler Martin, house 25 Bonney, corner Grinnell 
Wheeler Phebe P. Miss, house 25 Bonney 
Whitcomb Fred'k R., traveling salesman, h. 151 Grinnell 
Whitcomb House, 152 Union, corner Fifth 
Whitcomb Oliver R., house 42 North Sixth 
White Albert P., clerk, 252 Cedar, boards 94 Smith 
White A. J. M., packer Hathaway, Soule & Harrington, 

house 24 Sycamore 
White Charles, laborer, house 15 Logan 
White Claiissa, widow of Sherman, house Maple Grove, 
Acushnet avenue [Cottage 

White Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, h. Arnold, cor. South 
White Eugene, cai-penter, boards Rufus W. White's, 

Acushnet avenue 
White George, house 127 South Second 
White George A,, shoe trimmer, house 56 North 
White George E., foreman Mt, Washington Glass Co., 

boards 128 South First 
White George F., engineer O. C. R. R., h. 514 Purchase 
White Gustavus A., jr., proprietor Sheridan House, 9 

North Second 
■ White Harvey, laborer, house 196 Kempton 
JVVhite Henry L., clerk, 402 Purchase, rooms 80 Un^ion 
White Jason, teacher of music Public schools, bds. 69 Elm 
White Lyman, laborer, house Court, n. Dartmouth line 
White Martha C. Mrs., cloak maker, 124)^ Union, boards 

116 Middle 
White Martha Jane, widow of Peter, house 185 North " 
White Mary B. Miss, teacher Maxfield street primary 

school, boards 112 Middle 
White Nancy, widow of Abram, h. Highland, cor. Sutton 



I B, WHlTll & GO,, 

SOLK AGKNTS 

ion THIS MAKE OF 



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PATENTED JUNE t3, 18767 

^Chese Goodshave been sold during-the past 

;liree years. All who have worn them 

pronounce the Mode of Fastening: 

ABSOLUTELY PERFECT. 

The many annoyances connected with the old sys- 
•ten of Button Gloves are entirely overcome, and the 
.following advantages secured : 

1st— The perfect ease and rapidity with which it is 

laced. 
2iid— Itsadjustability to fit the different sized wrists. 
3rd— The advantage gained by gradziaiiy sixaxmns 

the Kid, instead of the old system which 

ruins so many pairs the first lime buttoned. 
4th— Strength of Hooks and mode of clinching 

them. The fastening will outlast any glove. 

which is a very rare occurrence with buttons. 
Independent of Improvement in fastening 

the quality isgTiaranteed equal, ir not su- 
perior, to any other glove in the market. 

rOK SALE BY 

THE MOST PERFECT FITTING KID GLOVE. 

J^o more trouble with Gloves un-huttoning. 

ORDERS RECEIVED BY MAIL AT 

ES- :o. ^^TV^mTiivcar cfc cjo.. 

No. 125 Union Street, NEW BEDFORD. 

[SEE OTHER SIDE.] 



Wholesale and Jtetail Denier s in 

ForeignlDomestic Dry Goods, 

145 Union St., New Masonic Building. 

We ieep none liiit tie Best of Goois ii Everj Departinent. 

DEPART^IENT I. 

SILKS AND VELVETS. 

DEPARTMENT 2. 

BLACK DRESS GOODS OF EVERY KIND. 

DEPARTMENT 3. 

FANCY DRESS GOODS. 

DEPARTMENT 4. 

SHAWLS AND CLOAKS. 

DEPARTMENT S. 

WHITE GOODS AND LINENS. 

DEPARTMENT 6. 

COTTONS, BLANKETS AND FLANNELS. 

DEPARTMENT 7. 

PRINTS AND GINGHAMS. 

DEPARTMENT 8. 

CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR OF ALL KINDS. 

DEPARTMENT 9. 

Infants' Wardrobes, that includes every article that 
goes to make up an outfit. 

DEPARTMENT 10. 

Ribbons, Laces, Ruchings, Ties, Handkerchiefs, 
Hamburgs, Neck Wear, Collars, Cuflfe, &c. 

DEPARTMENT 11. 

HOSIERY AND GLOVES. 

DEPARTMENT 12. 

Dress Linings of all kinds, and every article used 
in the making up of a Dress. 

DEPARTMENT 13. 

Gents' Furnishing Goods, White Shirts, Under wear, 

Hosiery, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs, Neck 

Wear, &c. 

DEPARTMENT 14. 

Dress Buttons, Fringes, Ornaments, Jet Trim- 
mings, and a general stock of Small Wares 
of all kinds. 

E^^Oup efforts are directed to please our Customers In every respect. .^Igll 



NEW BEDFORD \J^'\ DIRECTORY. 271 

Wliite Nathaniel, carpenter, house 52 Cedar 

White Piiineas, plurnljer, 361 Acushnet avenue, house 91 

Kempton 
White Rufus W., farmer, house Acushnet avenue 
White Sampson S., hairdresser, 136 Union, h. 9 Emerson 
Wliite Saniuel, gardener, house 6 South Chancery 
White Sarah A. Mrs., house 94 Smith 
White Thomas H., engraver, house 43 Willis 
White Willard, engineer, bds. Rufus W. White's, Acush- 
net avenue 
White William G. (William G. White & Son), carriage 

mnfr., Pleasnnt, cor. Mechanics lane, h. Ill Middle 

White Wm. G. & Son (Williani G. and William T. M. 

White), carriage miifrs,, Pleasant, c. Mechanics lane 

White William S., farmer, h. Maple Grove, Acushnet av. 

White William T. M. (Wm. G. White & Son), carriage 

mnfr., Pleasant, cor. Mechnnics lane, h. Ill Middle 
Whitehead Edward, mason, house 7 Rivet 
Whitehead James, weaver, boards 176 State 
W^hiteside James, laborer, house Head of the River 
Whiteside John, ropemaker, house 6 Park 
Whiteside Martha, widow of James, h. West Middle, n. 
Emerson [Emerson 

Whiteside Stephen, ro^jeraaker, bds. W^est Middle, near 
Whiteside Thomas, overseer Coi'dage Factory, house 250 
Middle [Acushnet avenue 

Whithead Judith G., widow of Washington, Jioiise 227 
Whiting Edward B. (E. B. Whiting & Co.), dry goods, 

145 Union, house 17 Lincoln 
WHITING E. B. & CO. (Edward B. Whiting and 

Heni-y C. Taber), dry goods, etc., 145 Union 
Whiting James M., map cutter, house 71 Cedar 
Wliiling Mary A., wid. of William, dressmaker, h. 16 Mill 
Whiting Susan H., widow of Thomas F., h. 17 Lincoln 
Whiting Thomas B., traveling agent, house 46 County 
Wliitmore H. Samuel, farmer, house Bartlett place, Rock- 
dale avenue [dale av. 
Wbitmore Sabon L., farmer, house Bartlett place, Rock- 
Whitmore William I., blacksmith, h. Iluntei", n. Kempton 
W'hitney Abby D. Miss, teacher Cedar street pi-imary 

school, boards Eliza C. Whitney's, Walden 
Whitney Alonzo, house 6 Foster 
Whitney Amasa, cooper, 28 B^'irst, house 68 Fourth 
Whitney Charles H., bookkeeper, boards 78 Walden 
Whitney Edward M., boards 6 Foster 
Whitney Eliza C, widow of Ivory S., house 78 Walden 
Whitney Henry S., clerk, 28 First, house 68 Fourth 
Whitney Jacob C, shoemaker, 213 County, h. 45 Chestnut 
Whitney Sarah, widow of Joel, h. Belleville road, Head 
of the River 



272 NEW BEDFORD ["\y] DIRECTOEY. 

Whittaker Benjamin, saloon, 285 So. Water, h. 294 do. 
Whittaker Edwin, mule fixer Warasutta mills, house 630 

Purchase 
Whittaker George, weaver, boards 11 Rivet 
Whittaker Mary E, Mrs., fancy goods, 630 Purchase, h. do. 
Whittemore Mary F., widow of Zenas, soap and candle 

manufacturer, 14 South Second, house 12 do. 
Whitten Henry A., second hand Wamsutta mills, house 

14 Franklin 
Whitton Ada H. Miss, teacher Parker street grammar 

school, boards 72 Elm 
Whitton Levi H., house 151 North 
Wickens Jane S. Miss (Todd & Wickens), dressmaker, 

house 67 Maxfield, corner State 
Widdowes Levi, restaurant, 95 Union, house do. 
Wiggins Elizabeth' Mrs., house rear 126 Kempton 
Wiggins James, laborer, house 190 Kempton 
Wiggins Wm. H., apothecary clerk, house 4 Emerson 
Wilber Albert R., stone-cutter, house Vine, near Durfee 
Wilbcr George W., boards Mt. Pleasant lane 
Wilber James, farmer, house Tarkiln hill road 
Wilber James L,, police, house 56 State 
Wilber Sarah A., wid. of Andrew, h. Fair, n. Dartmouth 
WILBOK ALFRED G., watches, clocks and jew- 
elry, 199 Acushnet avenue, also flour dealer, 197 do., 

house 228 do. 
Wilbor Herbert C, clerk, 199 Acushnet av., b. 228 do. 
Wilbor Mary O., widow of Geo, B., h. 258 Acushnet av. 
Wilbor William, mason, house Mt. Pleasant lane 
Wilbur Allen R.,*laborer, house 122 Maxfield 
Wilbur Benjamin T., carpenter, h. Dartmouth, opp. Fruit 
Wilbur Charles H., mariner, house 93 South Second 
Wilbur James, tin peddler, h. Mill rd.. Head of the River 
Wilbur Job S., shoemaker, house 63 First 
Wilbur Leander D., clothing dealer (Fall River), and 

Acushnet av., h. Acushnet av.. Head of the River 
Wilbur Lemuel C., produce commission merchant, 197 

Purchase, house at Fairliaven 
Wilbur N. H., millman, house Acushnet avenue 
Wilcox Alexander R., mason, boards 96 Smith 
Wilcox Allen B., in N". B. Copper Works, house 506 

Acushnet avenue 
Wilcox Alphonso A., laborer, house Fair, n. Dartmouth 
Wilcox Benjamin, clerk, boards 214 Union 
Wilcox Benjamin S., laborer, house 30 Oak 
Wilcox Benjamin S., laborer, house 116 South Water 
Wilcox Betsey T., widow of Charles, house 96 Smith 
Wilcox Chal'les A., carpenter, h. Cedar, cor. Parker 
Wilcox Charles H., calker, Hamilton, house 28 Pearl 



NEW BEDFORD \y^] DIRECTORY. 273 

» — 

Wilcox Charles S. (Ashley & Wilcox), bds. 410 Purchase 
Wilcox Charles Y., clerk, 26 Purchase, bds. 28 Pearl 
Wilcox Clarissa L., widow of Abner, h. 19 Maxfield 
Wilcox David S., laborer, house 95 South Second 
Wilcox Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, house 164 Middle 
Wilcox Elisha, laborer, house 95 South Second 
Wilcox Frederick, compositor, house 100 Smith 
Wilcox Gideon R,, cigars and tobacco, 141 Purchase, 

boards 24 High 
Wilcox Henry A., carpenter, house 69^^ So. Water 
Wilcox Henry F., teamster, house 88 High 
Wilcox Henry H., shipwright, liouse 506 Acushnet av. 
Wilcox H. B. S. JNIiss, teacher Maxfield st. primary school, 

boards 237 Purchase 
Wilcox Isaiah H., painter, house 503 Acushnet avenue 
Wilcox Janette, widow of David S., h. 95 So. Second 
Wilcox John A., driver Westport point stage, 5 South 

Sixth, house at Westport point 
Wilcox Joseph, house 174 Middle 
Wilcox Marcus M., boards Bancroft House 
Wilcox Martha J., widow of William, h. 73 Maxfield 
Wilcox Peleg C, carpenter, house Dartmouth, opposite 

Rural cemetery 
Wilcox Richmond L., clerk, 228 Purchase, bds. 237 do. 
Wilcox Robert L. Mrs., house 24 High 
Wilcox Samuel P., clerk Hatch & Co., boards 506 Acush- 
net avenue 
Wilcox Susannah A., widow of Edward, h^lOS Grinnell 
Wilcox Sylvia S., dressmaker, 1 Cheapside, house do. 
Wilcox Thomas, house 164 Middle 
Wilcox Thomas B., house 214 Union 
Wilcox Thomas B., jr., clerk, boards 214 Union 
Wilcox William F., hostler, 20 So. Second, house 86 do. 
Wilcox Wm. T., clerk, house 500 Acushnet avenue 
Wilcox Willis R., house Plainville 
Wilcox, see Will cox 

Wilde Edmond L., clerk, 50 So. Water, bds. 22 Cypress 
Wilde James P., house 35 Chestnut 
Wilde Margaret, widow, boarding-house, 35 Spring 
Wilde William S., clerk (B.), house 22 Cypress 
Wilder Daniel, homoeopathic physician, 160 Purchase, 

house do. 
Wiley Isaac, weaver, house 170 Pleasant 
Wiley James, weaver, h. County, 2d on right from Austin 
Wiley William, weaver, boards State, corner Linden 
Wilkie Mrs., nurse, house 94 Bedford 
Wilkins Columbia A. Miss, house 243 Middle 
Wilkins Mary E. Miss, house 243 Middle 
Wilkinson Barnard, weaver, house foot of Coggeshall 
18 



274 NEW BEDFORD ["^Y"] DIRECTOET. 

Wilkinson David, weaver, boards Richard Ormerod's, 

Washburn [Sixth 

Wilkinson Elizabeth A., widow of Samuel H., h. 43 No. 
Wilkinson John, weaver, house Cedar Grove street, 1st 

on right fi'om Acushnet avenue 
Wilkinson William, loom fixer, house ofFTarkiln hill road, 

near railroad 
Wilkinson Wm. H., trimmer in stair mill, b. 43 No. Sixth 
Willcox Burgess S., cooper John W. Peirce, 99 South 

Water, house 12 Bush 
Willcox David B., chairman Board of Assessors, office 4 

Library building, house 158 Middle 
Willcox Henry T., house 477 Acushnet avenue 
Willcox Lemuel T., counselor-at-law, rooms 4 and 5 

Robeson building, house at Fairhaven 
Willcox, see also Wilcox 

Willett Bruno, laborer, house Potomska, cor. South First 
Williams Abbie S. Miss, house 30 South Cottage 
Williams Alexander, janitor Robeson bldg., h. 5 £lm 
Williams Alexander, laborer, boards 63 Spruce 
Williams Alfred, laborer, h. Acushnet av., n. Cong, church 
Williams Augustine J., overseer of carding Wamsutta 

mills, house 515 Purchase, corner Franklin 
Williams Charles, teamster, bds. Hillman, corner Cedar 
Williams Charles, mariner, house 15 First 
Williams Charles A., laborer, rooms 126 South First 
Williams Charles F., apothecary clerk, 183 County, bds. 

Mansion, House 
Williams Eliza A., widow of John, house 102 Fourth 
Williams Elizabeth, widow of John, house 20 Chancery 
Williams Emma, widow, house 188 Kempton 
Williams George A., dentist, boards 5 Lincoln 
Williams George H., freight bagg;vge master O. C. R. R., 

house 466 Purchase , 
Williams George H., laborer, house Shepherd's lane 
Williams Henry J., chain maker, 545 Acushnet avenue 
Williams Jacob S., seaman, house 187 South Water 
Williams John, seaman's chest maker, 193 ; South Water, 

house 195 do. 
Williams John, hairdresser, 124 Union, h. 63 So. Second 
Williams John H., mariner, house 28 Chancery 
Williams John N., laborer, house 23)^2 South Second 
Williams John S., carpenter, house 195 South Water 
Williams John W., laborer, house 146 Mill 
Williams Joseph, mariner, house 103 South Front 
Williams Joseph, mariner, house 104 South Water 
Williams Joseph, undertaker, 178 So. Water, h. 198 do. 
Williams Joseph R., laborer, house 59 Grinnell 
Williams Manuel S., seaman, house 188 South Water 



NEW BEDFORD ["^^J DIRECTORY. 275 

Williams Maria Miss, house 30 South Cottage 
Williams Mary Mrs., house 57 Ash 

Williams M. S. Mrs., dressmaker, house 188 South Water 
Williams Niiomi M., wid. of Frederick, nurse, h. 98 Elm 
Williams Stedman (Dewson, Williams & Co.), proprietor 

N. B. Tannery, house at Qiiincy 
Williams Theodore D., clothing, 23 Purchase, h. 80 So. 

Second 
Williams Thomas, house painter, house 48 High 
Williams Thomas, house 38 Ash 

Williams Thomas H., painter Wady & Taber, h. 48 High 
Williams William Henry, law student, h. 182 Kempton 
Williamson Elizabeth Mrs., house rear 208 Middle 
Willis Charles L., mariner, boards 46 Spring 
Willis Elias S., clerk, 123 Purchase, boards"86 Walden 
Willis Frederick A., h. Belleville rd., opp. Acushnet river 
Willis Henry P., clerk H. H. Tillson, 43 Purchase, bds. 

13 Arch 
Willis James M., master mariner, house 86 Walden 
Willis James M., jr., machinist, boards 86 Walden 
Willis R. H., shoemaker, boards 160 Union 
Willis Samuel, laborer, house 22 Chancery 
Willis William H., harness manufacturer, 126 and 128 

Union, house 46 Spring 
Williston Alanson, carpenter, house 72 South, c. Fourth 
Williston Hiram L., laborer Gosnold mills, h. 154 North 

Second 
Williston Leander A,, fruit, etc., 83 Union, h. 72 South 
Williston Maria, widow of John, house 107 Cedar 
Wills Edwards S., clerk Francis Hathaway, b. 82 Fourth 
Wilmarth Angeline Mrs., house 40 Smith 
Wilmot James H. Mrs., house 244)^ Middle 
Wilmot John, laborer, house 128 South Orchard 
Wilson Alfred, assistant postmaster, h. Morgan, c. Cottage 
Wilson Annie F. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 5 Morgan's lane 
Wilson Arabella, widow of George, h.'lOl North Water 
WILSON BENJAMIN G., undertaker and coffin 

warerooms, 114 William, house 46 North Second 
\Yi^son Benjamin I., undertaker, 114 William, h. North 

Second, corner Elm 
Wilson Daniel VV., engineer, house 29 School 
Wilson Edward T., undertaker, 114 William, h. 167 do. 
Wilson Frances A., widow of James G., h. 119 Hillman 
Wilson George (Wilson & Co.), foot of Hillman, house 

65 South Second 
Wilson Heniy, laborer, house rear 11 First 
Wilson James, laborer Gosnold mills, h. 686 Acushnet av. 
Wilson James, laborer, house 50 Ash, corner Arnold 
Wilson John, rigger, house 100 Allen, next Hickory 



276 NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 

Wilson John, stevedore, house 4 Scliool 

Wilson John D., shoemaker, bcls. Whitcomb House, 152 

Union 
Wilson Lydia, widow of John C, house 212 County 
Wilson Richard C, granite dealer, h. Ashland, c. Ashley 
Wilson Samuel H., hairdresser, under Parker House, h. 

178 Mill 
Wilson Tiiomas A. Rev. (Louisana), house 79 Ash 
Wilson Thomas IT., master mariner, house 193 Middle 
Wilson William D., letter carrier Post-Office, h. Morgan, 
corner Cottage ['"^v., h. 55 do. 

Wilson William P., agricultural implements, 56 Shawmut 
WILSON & CO. (George Wilson, John H. Denison, 
and Henry C. Denison), successors to New Bedford 
Flour Co., foot of Hill man 
Winchester George D., bookkeeper C. R. Tucker & Co., 

house 145 Fourth 
Winchester Smith, teamster, house rear 142 Kempton 
Winegar Ruth C, widow of Samuel P., house 169 Mill 
Wiuegar Sam'l P., portrait artist, 142 >^ Union, h. 169 Mill 
Wing Charles F., dry goods and carpets, 34 Purchase, h. 

286 Acushnet avenue 
Wing Charles H., clerk, boards Vine, near Durfee 
Wing Charles S., clerk F. S. Gifford, house 114 Fourth 
Wing Christiana A., widow of William, house 124 Fourth 
Wing Deboia H,, widow, house 41 Maxfield 
Wing Deboria, widow, house 81 Maxfield 
WINCr EDWARD, restaurant, 103 and 105 Wil- 
liam, house 156 do. 
Wing Ezra, carpenter, house 124 Middle 
Wing George F., machinist, house Willis, cor. Chestnut 
Wing Henry K,, laborer, boards 54 Bedford 
Wing Hetty T., widow of John, h. Kempton, cor. Hunter 
Wing Jashub, house 202 Purchase 
Wing John, mattress maker, 58 Bedford, house 54 do. 
Wing John, carriage painter, house 9 Bedford 
Wing John, merchant, house Mt. Pleasant, c. Mt. Vernon 
Wing John (J. & W. R. Wing & Co.), merchant tailor, 
111 Union, house 24 South Sixth * 

Wing Joseph (J. & W. R. Wing & Co.), and (J. & W. 

R. Wing), 111 Union, house 27 South Sixth 
Wing Joseph B., painter, boards 1 North 
Wing Josiah, painter, house 1 North 

Wing J. & W. R. (Joseph and William R. Wing), mer- 
chants, 111 Union 
Wing J. & W. R. & Co. (Joseph Wing and William R, 
Wing, John Wing and Plirara W. Wentworth), mer- 
chant tailors, 111 Union [ervoir 
Wing Leander, pattern maker, h. Mt. Pleasant, near Res- 



NEW BEDFORD ["\y] DIRECTORY. 277 

Wing Leniira L., widow of Shubael, house 76 Thomas 
Wing Lois H. Miss, dressmaker, house 54 Bedford 
Wing Lyman, master mariner, house 236 Acushnet av. 
Wing Paul W., fruit dealer, house 72 Elm 
Wing Peleg S. (Thomas G. Wing & Co.), coffee, etc. 

'_ house 8 Fifth 
Wing Thomas, laborer, house foot Wall 
Wing Thomas G. (Thomas G. Wing & Co.), coffee and 

spices,*19 North Second, house 27 South Sixth 
Wing Thomas G. So Co. (Thomas G. and Peleg *S. Wing), 

coffee and spices, 19 North Second 
Wing William H., painter, boards 124 Middle 
Wing WilHam R. (J. & W. R. Wing & Co.) and (J, & 

W. R. Wing), tailor, 111 Union, "^house 31 Walnut 
Wink Adam, Inborer, house State, corner Linden 
Winn Daniel D. Rev., house Hawthoi-n, corner Page 
Winn William B., student Newton Theo. Inst. (Newton), 

boards Daniel D. Winn's, Hawthorn 
Winslow George F., master mariner, house 46 Spring 
Winslow Holmes, dining room, 70 William, house do. 
Winslow James, bread driver, house 83 Pleasant 
Winslow Jonathan, laborer, house Kempton, Cannonville 
Winslow Joshua B., house 62 Forest 
Winslow Richard F., teamster, h. Kempton, cor. Summit 
Winslow William B., rigger, house 53 County 
Winsor Alexander Mrs., house 150 Middle 
WI:N"S0R WAL.TEK P., secretary Union Mutual 
Marine Insurance Co., 33 North Water, and cashier 
First National Bank, house at Fairhaven 
Winterson Frank, mason, house 104 South Front 
Winterson Patrick, saloon, 179 South Water, house do. 
Wires John, peddler, house 546 Acushnet avenue 
Wise Ellen, widow, house 43 Crapo, beyond Rockland 
Wiseman William, curriei', house 7 Liberty 
Witlierell A. Granville, teamster, house 16 Bethel 
Wixon James A., police, boards 51 Washington 
Wixon Oscar, farmer, house Butler, from Middle road, 

Clark's point 
Wodell Alfred, house 72 School 
Wodell Hum])hrey B., clerk, boards 72 School 
Wodell, see Wordell, also Wardell 
Wolfe Leopold, baker, house 12 Spruce 
Wolfenden James, laborer Wamsutta mills, house Wash- 
burn, sixth on left from Acushnet avenue 
Wood Abby Miss, house 253 Acushnet avenue 
Wood Abram R., carpenter Moses H!. Bliss, h. 73 Fourth 
Wood Allen F., master Fifth street grammar school, h. 9 

Arch 
Wood Almy A., widow of George P., house 86 Fifth 



278 NEW BEDFORD [yil DIRECTORY. 

Wood Augustus, house 26 County, corner Grinnell 
Wood Augustus A., shoetreer Hathaway, Soule & Har- 
rington, house 46 Hill [8 Campbell 
Wood Benjamin F., laborer O. C. R. R. freight house, h. 
Wood Betsey P., widow of Thomas, house 26 County 
Wood Bradford, laborer, h, 209 So. Second, next South 
WOOD, BRId-HTMAN & CO.. (Isaiah Wood, 
Nathan P. Brightraan, Oliver P. Brightman and 
John P. Nichols), tin plate and sheet iron workers 
and plumbers, 45 North Water 
Wood Carleton B., clerk, 37 No. Water, b. 114 Middle 
WOOD CHAS. H., provisions, 128 Purchase, house 

82 William. 
Wood Charles, carpenter, house 291 Cedar 
WOOD CHAS. H. Mrs., boarding-house, 82 William 
Wood Charles J., clerk Mrs. A. Bartlett, bds. rear 29 First 
Wood Chas. L., merchant, house 198 Union, cor. County 
Wood Chas. K., passepartout maker, bds. 209 So. Second 
Wood Chas. T., carriage painter, bds. 86 Fifth, c. Bedford 
Wood Cynthia M., widow of E. G., nurse, h. 82 Forest 
Wood Daniel D., master mariner, boards 21 South Sixth 
Wood David S., clerk Potomska mills, 50 North Water, 
house 75 Walnut [Grinnell 

Wood Edmund, clerk Greene & Wood,h. 26 County, cor. 
Wood Edward B., house 18 Fifth 
Wood Elihu jr;, grocer, Cedar, cor. Smith, h. 67 Smith 
Wood Elizabeth, widow of Albert, house 53 Walnut 
Wood Elizabeth B. Miss, house 222 Union 
Wood Elizabeth C, widow of Lineas, house 247 County 
Wood Elizabeth H., widow of John, bds. 20 Seventh 
Wood Emery M., shoemaker, 21 North Second, boards* 

118 Acushnet avenue 
Wood Emma Christiana, wid. of William J., h. 11 Jenney 
Wood Frank E., clerk, 177 Purchase, house rear Thomas, 

near Sycamore 
Wood Frank L., shoe-cutter, house 33 Hillman 
Wood Francis T., machinist, boards 106 Fourth 
Wood Frederick H., clerk, 128 Purchase, bds. 82 William 
Wood Frederick P., laborer, house 65 Linden 
Wood Frederick W. Mrs., house 93 First, corner Bush 
Wood George, cooper, house 46 Foster 
Wood George, tinsmith Parker & Sherman, house 56 

Sixth 
Wood George A., painter, boards 46 Foster 
Wood George B., tinsmith, house 247 County 
Wood George M., foreman B. G. Wilson, house 51 Me- 
chanics lane 
Wood George M., boards 10 Emerson 
Wood George R., clerk Greene & Wood, h. 26 County 



NEW BEDFORD [^] DIRECTORY. 279 

Wood George T., hostler, house 46 Wing 

Wood Gideon, superintendent N. B. Gas Light Co., 70 

South Water, house. 75 Walnut 
Wood Greenleaf, shoemaker Hathaway, Soule & Har- 
rington, house 118 Acushnet avenue 
Wood iiarry B., mechanic, boards 18 Fifth 
Wood Henry, bootmaker, house 67 Mill 
Wood Henry O., boards 224 Union 

Wood Henry T. (Greene & Wood), lumber dealer, Leon- 
ard's wharf, house 26 County, corner Grinnell 
WOOD HORACE, teller Nat. Bank of Commerce, 

boards 165 Union 
Wood Isaiah (Wood, Brightraan & Co.), tin plate and 

sheet-iron worker, 45 North Water, h. 224 Union 
Wood Lsaiah jr., carriage trimmer, boards 224 Union 
Wood James A,, machinist, boards 82 William 
Wood John jr., gas fitter N. B, Gas Light Co., 253 Acush- 
net avenue 
Wood John A. (John A Wood & Co.), produce commis- 
sion merchant, 34 Union, house 196 County 
WOOD JOHN A. & CO. (John A. and Wni. H. 

Wood), produce commission merchants, 34 Union 
Wood Joseph S., house 156 West Campbell 
Wood Josiah, confectionery peddler, house 84 Allen 
Wood J. Augustus, carriage maker, h. 137 No. Second 
Wood Lemuel C, clerk, Cedar, corner Smith, house 10 

North Emerson 
Wood Love F., widow of Samuel J., house rear 29 First 
Wood Lurana, widow of David, h. 170 Acushnet av. 
Wood Martin A., clerk, 76 Purchase, boards 114 Middle 
Wood Mary, widow of James, h. 137 North Second 
Wood Mary, widow of John, house 116Kempton 
Wood Nelson, passepartout maker, house 118 South Sixth 
Wood Noel, weaver, boards County, near Austin 
Wood Patrick F. (Babbitt & Wood), boiler maker, boards 

116 Kemp ton 
Wood Peter, laborer, boards 722 Purchase 
Wood Randolph, weaver, house 18 Hampton court 
Wood Rebecca B., widow of Richard D., h. 91 So. Second 
Wood Richmond B., carpenter, house 59 Foster 
Wood Sarah A., widow of Daniel H., 37 South Sixth 
Wood Sarah B., widow of Abiel, h. Dartmouth, c. Fiuit 
Wood Sarah D., widow of Tillson, h. 106 Fourth 
Wood Thomas, photographer Chas. Taber & Co., house 

84 South Sixth 
Wood Thomas F., gas fitter, 45 North Water, house Bon- 

ney, next beyond Washington 
Wood Walter S., at Charles Taber's, bds. 209 So. Second 
Wood William, clerk, boards 11 Jeuney 



280 NEW BEDFORD [W\ DIRECTOEY. 

"Wood William, shoetnaker, house 82 Allen 

Wood William G. (Greene & Wood), lumber dealer, 

Leonard's wharf, house 80 Bedford 
Wood William H., master mariner, house 185 Union 
Wood William H., clerk, boards 18 Fifth 
Wood William H. (John A. Wood & Co.), 34 Union, 

boai'ds 196 County 
Wood William T., carpenter, house 114. Middle 
Woodard Addison, house 61 Summer 
Woodard John W., saiTmaker, boards 61 Summer 
Woodard William B., mason, house 69 Forest 
Woodard Willi;im H., grease collector, h, 33 Sherman 
Woodbridge Isaiah T., carpenter, house 111 Arnold 
Woodbridge William H., carpenter, house 38 Bush 
Woodhouse Robert, ropemaker, boards 100 Allen 
Woodill George W., provisions, North Front, n. Middle, 

house 110 Middle 
Woodman William O. (Woodman & Ellis), dry goods, 14 

Purchase, house 72 South Sixth 
Woodman & Ellis (William O. Woodman and Heraan 

Ellis), dry goods, 14 Purchase 
Woodward Henry A. C, produce, 230 Union 
Wordell Alden, clothing, 97 William, house 59 Fifth 
Wordell Alfred, jr., clerk, 18 No. Water, h. 154 Chestnut 
Wordell Brayton B., house 82 Arnold, cor. So. Emerson 
Wordell Charles H., clerk, 128 Purchase, h. 159 Middle 
Wordell Charles W., engineer City and Fish Island Rail- 
way, house Fish Island 
Wordell Frank A., house 33 Mill 

Wordell Frank M., salesman (Boston), house 59 Fifth 
Wordell Hope C. Miss, dressmaker, house 61 Summer 
Wordell Isaac, clerk Brownell & Lapham, h. 285 Acush- 

net avenue [5 Arch 

Wordell John H., bookkeeper George M. Eddy & Co., h. 
Wordell Minerva J. Miss, dressmaker, house 61 Summer 
Wordell Rebecca Mrs., h. 45 So. Cottage, next Bedford 
Wordell Ruth, widow of Charles, h. 1 Ricketson court 
Woidell Sampson S., laborer, house 114 South Sixth ' 
Wordell Silas, laborer, house 67 Foster 
Wordell Wilson W. (Wordell & Cook), provisions, h. 1 

Ricketson court 
Wordell W. I., clerk, 108 William, bds. 1 Ricketson ct. 
Wordell & Cook (Wilson W. Wordell and Charles E. 

Cook), meats and provisions, 108 William 
Wordell, see also Wodell 

Worden Edward Anderson, currier, h. rear 65 Summer 
Wormell Charles, fai-mer, house Plninville 
Wormsley Cornelias, weaver, house 5 Seneca 
Worsley William, weaver, house 97 Merrimac 



NEW BEDFORD [Y'Z] DIRECTORY. 281 

Worth Benjamin, house 28 Bush 

Worth Willinm J, (A. P. Smith & Co.), i^roduce, etc., 

22 Union, house GO Hiihuan 
Wi-iu'ht Cliarles, clei'k, boards 35 Sprint? 
Wriglit Ebenezer S., cnrpenter, house 64 Chestnut 
Wright Ella L. F. Miss, dressmaker, 15 Pleasant, h. do. 
Wriglit KUen Mrs., dressmaker, 35 Ehn, house do. 
Wright Geo. F. (Kern & Wright), painter, h. 22 Bedford 
Wright Gideon B., clerk Merchants National Bank, bds. 

64 Chestnut, 
Wright Hannah L., nurse, house 176 Pleasant 
Wright Joseph A., boards 64 Chestnut 
Wri<jht John L., l,d)orer, house 30 Chancery 
WRIGHT JOHN S., Jiipanese goods, 72 William, 

house 41 North Second 
Wright Mary A., widow, house 6 Fulton court 
Wright Thomas, cotton spinner, house 928 Acushnet av. 
Wright Thomas W., mule-spinner, bds. 14 Fulton court 
Wright William, cai-penter, house 154 Summer 
Wrightington Americus V., engineer Gosnold mills, h. 

"388 Purchase 
Wrightington Theodore H., O. C. R. R., house 163 State 
Wrightington William H., house 103 Summer 
Wyatt Joseph, chain maker, bds. 615 Acushnet avenue 
Wyman A. F., dentist, 13 Purchase, house do. 

YANCY MOTIN, engineer N. B. Tannery, h. 9 Emerson 
York James H., laborer O. C. R. R. Co., h. 108 Sycamore 
York James Tj., engineer N. B. R. R., h. 185 Pleasant 
York Jolm P., waiter, house 28 Chauncey 
Young Francis A., baker's driver, house 72 South 
Young Frank, mul"-spinner Wamsutta mills, house Mt. 

Pleasant, near Hathaway road 
Young George, cutter, house 7 Grape 
Young .James A., clerk, 129 Union, h. 305 Acushnet av. 
Young James C, florist, Parker, house 20 Emerson 
Young John K., at Potomska mills, house 58 Rivet 
Young Lucinda, widow of William, house 79 Arnold 
Young Men's Christian Association, 5,J^ Purchase 
Young William Henry, house 68 Prospect 
Young William PL, mariner, h. rear 530 Acushnet av. 
Youngs Martha, widow of Israel, h. West Wall, fm. Court 

ZEBRISKIE ISAIAH W., driver, h. rear 208 Middle 
Zerbone Antonio, jeweler, house 223 South Water 
Zettick Edward A., assistant bookkeeper, bds. 17 Durfee 
Zettick John J. P., painter, house 17 Durfee 



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of IVew Bedford, for the years 1879 and 18SO, arranged Alpha- 
betically for each Trade, thus exhibiting at a glance the 
fnll address and Special Business of her Citizens. 



Academy. 

{See also Private Schools.) 
Friends Academy, Morgan, near 

County- 
Accountants. 

Potter Southward 2d, 104 Union 
Eicketson James R., 57 Fifth 

Aerated Beverages. 

BROWNELL CHAS. F. & CO., 180 
County (see advt. page 32 front) 

Agricultural Implements. 

NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., John 

Herbert, manager, 65 William 

(see adv. dept. p. 15) 
SULLIXGS, KINGMAX & CO., 123 

Union and 345 Acushnet avenue 

(see adv. dept. page 15) 
YINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 

(see adv. dept. page 20) 



Anchors. 

GOSNOLD MILLS, office and 
works, 566 Acushnet avenue (see 
advt. front colored page) 

Apothecaries and Druggists. 

Allaire O., 569 Purchase 
BLAKE JAMES E., 64 North Sec- 
ond (see advt. front colored page) 
Bunker Elihu, 403 Purchase 
CARTER R. H., 215 Purchase (see 

adv. dept. page 20) 
CHURCH CHARLES H., 122 Pur- 
chase, corner Middle (see adv. 
dept., page 6) 
HADLEY FRA.NK R., 49 Purchase 
(see advt. opp. index to advts. 
p. 8, front) 
Holmes Ezra, 250 Purchase 
Kelley Frank S., 150 Union 
Lawton C. H. & H. A., 1 Purchase, 
corner Union, and 91 Union 



284 



NEW BEDFOED BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Apothecaries and Druggists 
—Continued. 

LeGendre Chas. N., South Water, 

corner Potomska 
Otis Edmund G., Union, corner 

Pleasant i 

PARKER H. W., 150 Union (see 

insert opposite page 197) 
Pease William A., 183 County and 

527 Purchase 
Post W. C, 12 PJeasant (Cheapside) 
Roberts J. D., 62 Purchase 
SHURTLEFF ISRAEL 11., Fourth, 

corner Grinnell (see adv. dept. 

page 24) 
SOUTH EXD DRUG STORE, John 

P. T?ylor, prop., 187 and 189 

Acushnet av., corner Bedford 

(see adv. dept. page 24) 



Architects. 

Allen John M., 30 and 31 Robeson 

buiklTng 
Durfee William, 5 Parker 
Hammond C. & Son., 129 No. Water 
Ingalls Seth H., 152 County 



Artists. 

Durfee Bradford V., Willis, n. Cedar 
Gififord Charles H. (marine pointer), 

Robeson building, William 
Landers Joseph E. (portrait), room 

36, Robeson building 
Macy Wm. S., 45 South Cottage 
Ricketson Walton, 27 Robeson bldg. 
Rodman Edmund, 36 Elm 
Wall William A., 169 Middle 
Winegar S. P., 142^ Union 



Artists' Materials. 

Lawtou James M. jr., 143 Union 



Auctioneers. 

Baylies J. B., 99 and 101 Union 
BOURr^TE GEORGE A. & SON, 41 

William (see adv. dept. page 25) 
Jacobs Geo. E., 98 WilUam 
Nickerson Geo. Y., 22 South Water 
SMITH WM. T., North Front, cor- 
ner Central vpharf (see advt. on 
front cover) 
Waterman N., 67 Purchase 



Average Adjuster. 

Taylor William H., 40 North Water 



Awnings, Italian Window 
Shades, etc. 

ALMY & HITCH, 06 Purchase (see 

adv. dept. p. 4 ) 
CHAPMAN JOHN H., 122 North 

Second (see adv. dept. p. 38) 



Bakers. 

FISHER HENRY H., 210, 212 and 
214 Purchase (see insert opp. p.. 
196) 

Libby John, 264 Acushnet avenue, 
corner Walnut 

MILLIKEN E. C, 435 and 439 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. p. 2) 

P4ce A. J., 52 Arnold 

Richmond Samuel P. & Co., 173 
Union and 161 South Water 

Snell David A., 1 and 11 William 

Watson S. (estate of) (ship bread), 
18 Centre 



Bands. 

Azore Band, George Hill, leader, 

24 South Water 
New Bedford Band, George Hill, 

leader and conductor, office 6 

Liberty Hall building 
Union Cornet Baud, G. Ran, leader, 

24 South Water 



Bankers and Brokers. 

BURT S. P. & Co., 19 and 43 No. 
Water (see marginal line on out- 
side front cover) 



Banks. 

• (See also Savings Banks.) 

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 36 
North Water, corner Centre (see 
advt. miscellaneous dept. ) 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Union, 
corner South Second (see advt. 
miscellaneous dept.) 

MECHANICS NATIONAL BANK, 
North Water, foot of William (see 
advt. miscellaneous dept.) 

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, 
North Water, foot of William (see 
advt. miscellaneous dept.) 

NATIONAL BANK OF COM- 
MERCE, 35 North Water (see 
advt. miscellaneous dept. ) 



Barrel Dealer. 

SAWIN ALBION K. P., Merrill's 
wharf (see adv. dept. p. 25) 



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285 



Bill Posters. 

City Bill Posting Co., office 52 Wil- 
liam 

Liberty Hall Bill Postinp; Co.. office 
room 5, Liberty Hall building 

Billiard Saloons. 

Bancroft House, Vlih Fuion 
Cuuba Joseph, 125i Union- 
Gre.enwood James, 68 William 
Scranton W. N., 7o Union 
Silvester David, 53 William 

Bird Store. 

BABCOCK HARLEON P., 149 
Purchase (see adv. dept. p. 19) 

Blacking (Harness 0\V. 

Eandall David E., 120 Middle 

Blacksmiths. 

(See also Horse Shoers; also Ship 

Smiths; also Carriage Smiths .] 
Bennett Geo. W., Head of the River 
Caswell Brothers, 6 Pine 
Durfee Bros., Losjan, cor. Linden 
Durfee & Smith, Mechanics lane 
Footman & Manchester, 551 Acush- 

net avenue 
King Wm. F., rear 83 Middle 
Leary Dennis, 612 Acushnet av. 
LEE & STAPLES, 683 Purchase 

(see adv. dept. p. 38) 
Luce F. C, 83 Middle 
Luce J. L., Mechanics lane 
Macy E. B. & F., 22 South Front 
Sherman William D., 1.50 So. Water 
Skiff Stephen, Mechanics lane 
Springer Andrew R., 149 Kempton 
Swift George D., Kempton, n. Ash 
Taber C. G., So. Water, cor. Com'l 
Taber C. H., 394 Acushnet avenue 
Terry F. C, Acushnet avenue, cor. 

Tarkiln hill road 
Tirrill Wm. F. & Co., 332 Purchase 
Tripp James M., 32 South Pleasant 

Blank Book IVlnfrs. 

COLLINS QUINTON F. & CO., .34 

North Second (see advt. insert 

opp. p. 1S)6) 
DEWS EDWIN, 105 and 107 Union 

(see advt. on front cover) 
KNIGHT CHAS. W. (see adv. 

dept. page 17) 

Block and Pump Makers. 

Coggeshall Chas. \V., head Merrill's 

wharf 
Swan Walter D., 20 South Front 
Swift Thomas W., 17 North Front 
Taber Joseph, 13 North Front 



Boarding-Houses. 

Betz Thaddeus, 44 Middle 
Braley Mary S., 283 South Second 
Carter Domingo, 49 Sout^^h Second 
Castle WiUiam, 5 old Market sq. 
CENTRAL HOUSE, Mrs. C. H. 

Wood, prop., 82 William (see adv. 

dept. page 37) 
Chad wick Luke, 176 State 
Chase George, 34 South Water 
Dexter Gilmore Mrs., 13 Maxfield 
Eaton Daniel S., Park, n. Kempton 
Ferreira Justino A-, 47 Howland 
Foley Joanna Mrs., 643 Purchase 
Fuller John (seaman's), 164 South 

Water 
Gibbs C. M., 33 Kempton 
Habicht J. B., 23 North Second 
Harlow O. Mrs., 8 Bethel 
Hews M. T., 44 School 
Kennedy John, 5 Austin 
Lima Joseph F., 89^ South Water 
Little John E., Main, Head of the 

River 
Macomber Lucretia A., 59 Cypi'ess 
Mariners Home, 15 Bethel ^ 
Matthews Asa Mrs., 6 Pearl 
]\Ionterio Michael J., 170 So. Water 
Nansett Isaac, 12 Cannon 
Nansett Peter, 110 South Water 
O'Neil Ma,rgaret, 536 Purchase 
Packard George W., 6 Pearl 
Parker Jacob S., Union, c. Purchase 
Peirce Frahk, 89 South Sixth 
Pond E. E. Mrs., Mt. Pleasant 

House, 8 Pleasant 
Pratt En OS A., 5 School 
Reynolds Luther (Wamsutta Mills), 

735 Purchase, opp. Logan 
Rogers Manuel, 93 South Water 
Root Elizabeth P. Mrs., 8 Pleasant 
Sisson Sarah J, Mrs., 682 Purchase 
Smith Sarah D. Mrs., 524 Purchase 
Smith William G., 29 Middle 
Swain Sarah Mrs., 35 Eighth 
Thomas Antone (seaman's), 111 

South Water 
Tupper Amantha J.Mrs., 17 Seventh 
Urqubart Drusilla Mrs. (Atlantic 

House), 9 South Water 
Vera Frank, 110 South Water 
Webster Cornelius Mrs., 52 Fifth 
Whitcomb House, R. M. Delano, 

1.52 Union, corner Fifth 
WOOD C. H. Mrs., 82 William 

(see adv, dept. page 37) 

Boat Builders. 

Allen Bartlett, Fish Island 
Beeile James, Eddy's wharf 
Butler William F., 666 Acushnet av. 
Cranston J. Miller, Fish Island 
Eldrulge Simeon B., Front, corner 

Hazard's wharf 
FARNHAM GEO, W., foot of CaH- 

non (see advt, p. 32, front) 
Mitchell S. H., Fish Island 



286 



NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 



Boats to Let. 

Hudson E. H., Fish Island 
Tripp Allen S., Front, corner Shep- 
hei'd's lane 

Boiler Manufacturers. 

New Bedford Boiler Works,24 Front 
Union Boiler. Works, 27 Front 

Bomb Lances. 

Pierce Eben, 12 William 

Bone Setters. 

Sweet Job, 119 Kempton 
Sweet John H., 119 Kempton 

Book Binders. 

COLLINS QUINTONT F. & CO., 34 

North Second (see advt. opposite 

page 196) 
DEWS EDWIN, 103, 105 and 107 

Union and 123 Pleasant (see advt. 

on front cover) 
Howe William, 36 Purchase 

Books and Stationery. 

(See also Periodicals and Newspa- 
pers.) 
COLLINS QUINTON F. & CO., 34 

No. Second (see advt. opp. p. 196) 
DEWS EDWIN, 103, 105 aud 107 

Union and 123 Purchase (see 

advt. on front cover) 
HUTCHINSON SYLVANDER, 142 

Union 
Lawton James M. jr. (wholesale & 

retail), 143 Union 
SBEiiMAN C. K. & CO. (nautical), 

49 No. Water (see advt. opp. in- 
dex to advts.) 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

ASHLEY & WILCOX, 594 Purchase 

(see adv. dep. p. 2) 
Beatty L. A. Mrs., 145 Purchase 
Bonney Josiah S., 118 Washington 
Chandler W. G., 2 liicketson block 
CHURCH JAMES I., 207 (old No. 
131) Purchase, cor. North (see in- 
sert opp. p. 236) 
Devoll Pardon & Son, 32 Purchase 
Douaghy Thomas, 50 and 52 Union 
Fish Benj. F., 177 County 
HOWARD JACOB & BRO., 289 and 
293 Purchase (see adv. dept. p. 
36) 
Lothrop Asa, 137 Purchase 
Lucas A. E., 129 Union 
LUCE GEO. E., 61 William (see 

advt. insert opp. p. 169) 
Macy J. jr., 127 Purchase 
Pa.lnier Andrew R., 131 Union 
Sherry James, 18 Purchase 



UNION BOOT AND SHOE CO., Sa- 
vory Hathaway, agt. 109 to 113 
William (see adv. dept. p. 36) 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

ASHLEY & WILCOX, 594 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. p. 2) 
Blackie Chas. F., 5 Bedford 
Bonney Josiah S., 118 Washington 
Bourne Nelson, 112 Kempton 
Brown Jacob, 21 Centre 
Brownell G. K., 191 Purchase 
Cairns Michael, 84 William 
Carver D. O., 97 South Second 
Casey John, 636 Acushnet av. 
Cunha Joseph A., 172-J So. Water 
Davis Benjamin, 74 Kempton 
Dugdale John, 128 South First 
Dunbar Wm. A., 32 No. Second 
Ellis Reuben L., 31 Bedford 
Ellis Truman B., 485 Purchase 
Freeman John C, 163 Summer 
Harrington Jeremiah, 652 Acush- 
net av. 
HOWARD JACOB & BRO., 289 & 
293 Purchase (see adv. dent., p. 36) 
Jauell Carl F., 17 and 19 W'illiam 
Jenney Francis, 115 So. Front 
Jones A., 228 Middle 
Joseph Antone, 140 So. Water 
Joseph John, Wing, c. So. Fifth 
Keen Allen, 211 Middle 
Kirschbaum Jacob, 99 Middle 
Lowe Samuel, 198 Cedar 
Lucas Willis, 99 So. Water 
Marshall Antone, 145 So. Water 
Marshall Manuel, 107 So. Water 
Monroe Augustus W., 198^ Kemp- 
ton 
Moore Moses, 108 Cedar 
Osborne Absalom, No. Sixth, near 

Elm 
Osbourne & Eldridge, 31 Cannon 
Parsons Ebenezer, 188 Kempton 
Peed T. J., 15 Fourth 
Pierce Frederick, 209^ Middle 
Pierce Henry L., 27 Pleasant 
Pollock John, 80^ Union 
Puttz Gustave, 84 Middle 
Richardson Marcus O., Shawmut, 

av., n. Durfee 
Root Elizabeth P. Mrs., 8 Pleasant 
Rourke John, Wamsutta, n. R. R. 
Silva Antone J., 145 So. Water 
SiWia John, Head of the River 
Silvia M. J., 195^ So. Water 
Steil Frank, 68 Union 
Surprewent Newell, 261 Purchase 
Thatcher Wm. R., VYest Cedar, bet. 

Parker and Willis 
Thayer Chas. H., 59^ So. Second 
Ware Cyrus, 177 County 
Watkins Chas. F., Pleasant, c. Me- 
chanics lane 
Welsh John, 669 Purchase 
Whitney Jacob C, 213 County 
Wood Wm., 30 Wing, n. So. Sixth 



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287 



Boot and Shoe Machinery. 

BOWKER & TRIPP, 155 No. Water 
(see adv. dept. p. 13) 

Boot and Shoe Mnfrs. 

HA.THAWAT, SOULE & HAR- 
RINGTON, No. Second, c. North, 
(see adv. depfc., p. 12) 
Reed & Gilford, 21 No. Second 
Tiukham Elisha B., 107 No. Second 

Bouquets, Cut Flowers, etc. 

HOWARD WM. M., 34 Arnold, c. 

So. Uottao-e (see adv. dept. p. 4) 
LUCE WxM! T., 172 County and 238 

Cedar (see adv. dept. p. 27) . 

Bosom and Cuff Mnfr. 

Thompson Pardon G., 10 So. Sixth, 
cor. Spring 



Bottlers— Ale, Porter & Cider. 

BROWNELL CHAS. F. & CO., ISO 

County (see advt. p. 32, front) 
Herbert Edvrard, 342 Acuslmet av. 



Bowling Saloon. 

Silva Francis M., 57 Howland 

Box Manufacturer. 

. (See also Paper Box Maker.) 
RYDER LINUS., 9 Pine (see advt. 
insert opp. p. 16S) 



Brackets. 

SOWLE F. A., 77, 79 and 81 North 
Water (see insert opp. p. 2:i7) 

VINCENT AMBROSE (shelf), 120 
Union (see adv. dept., p. 20) 



Brass Finisher. 

JENNEY PERRY P., 40 Kempton, 
(see adv. dept. p. 34) 



Brass Founders. 

Craigie Andrew, 103 North Water 
GIFFORD & ALLEN, North Front, 

corner Hazard's wharf (see advt. 

front colored page) 



Brass Galvanized Ship Trim- 
mings. 

MORSS ANTHONY S. (210 Com'l, 
Boston) (see adv. dept. p. 17) 

Bread Stores. 

(iSee also Bakers.) 
Cook Henry C, 115 Kempton 
MILLIKEN^ E. C, 435 and 439 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. p. 2) 

Brokers (Exchange). 

Furber George W. (estate of), 4| 
South Water 

Brokers (Insurance). 

COOK SAMUEL H., 37 No. Water 
(see advt. on front cover) 

Brokers (Pawn),s 

(5'ee Pawn Brokers.) 

Brokers (Ship). 

CODD THOMAS A., 18 So. Water 
(upstairs) (see adv. dept. p. 3) 

Brokers (Stock). 

{See also Bankers and Brokers.) 
Beauvais & Co., 36 North Water 
BOURNE GEORGE A. & SON, 41 

William (see adv. dept. p. 25) 
BURT S. P. & CO., 19 and 43 No. 
Water (see marginal lines on out- 
side front cover) 
Parsons Thomas L., room 5 Liberty 

Hall building- 
Potter Fred S. (commission), 40 
North Water 



Broom Manufacturers. 

Bowen George S. & Co., 30 and 32 

Union 
Howland Abram H., Plainville 

Brush Dealers. 

Kirby H. S., 8 Commercial wharf 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 123 
Union (see adv. dept. p. 15) 

Builders' Hardware. 

Doull James, 2 School 

NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., John 

Herbert, supt. (see adv. dept. 

pagCilo) '■ 

SOWLE F. A., 77, 79 and 81 North 

Water (see advt. insert opp.p.237) 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 



Building Mover. 

Dunlap Beujamin, 65 Linden 

Butchers. 

Cornell Pardon, head Watson, Can- 

nonville 
Hathaway James H., Head of the 

Kiver 
Tiall S. T., Cove, next Clark's point 

road 

Buttons and Trimmings. 

(See Dry Goods; Fancy Dry Goods; 
Trimmings. ) 

Cabinet Makers. 

(See also Furniture.) 
CEAFTS & ALLEN, 160 Union 

(see adv. dept. page 28) 
Dantsizen C, 191 Elm 
GEILy GERETT, 236 Purchase 

(see adv. dept. p. 28) 
Maxfield Caleb, 180 Union 
Oman Andrew, 86 Elm 
Eussell D. J., 9 Eodman 

Calf Skins. 

EOSE S. M., rear 5-50 Acushnet av. 
(see adv. dept. page 23) 

Calkers. 

Cannon Wm. C, 14 South Front 
Drew James N., 120 North Second 
Eldridge Eeuben S., Eddy's south 

wharf 
WEEKS E. & SON, City wharf 

(see adv. dept. page 21) 
Wilcox Charles H., Hamilton 

Candle Manufacturers. 

[See also Oil and Candle Manufac- 
turers; also Soap Manufacturers.) 
BARKER A. E., Leonard (see adv. 

dept. page 9) 
DELANO GEO. & CO. (sperm and 
, patent), So. Second, cor. South 

(see adv. dept. page 8) 
HASTINGS & CO. (sperm), foot of 

Griimell (see adv. dept. page 9) 
Eobinson W. A. & Co. (sperm), 50 

South Water 
THAYER & JUDD PAEAFFINE 

CO. (paraffine), Eotch's square 

(see adv. dept. page 6) 
Whittemore M. F., 14 South Second 



Carpenters and Builders. 

Allen & Eobinson, Leonard's wharf 
Asliley Simeon P., 28 South Second 
Baker Lorenzo, City wharf 



Bates William 2d, North Second, 

near Kempton 
Bhss Moses H., .38 Eussell 
Bosworth Wm. &. Son, 92 and 93 
No. Front and 125 Hazard's wharf 
Bowen Wm. J., Atlantic wharf 
Briggs H. W., 130 North Water 
Brown Jeremiah R., foot of Max- 
field, opposite North Second 
Brownell (;harles H., Eddy's whai'f 
Brownell George A., Ash, between 

Mill and North 
Chase Jacob" W., 260 Kempton 
Chase &, Sisson, Leonard's wharf 
Clark Ezra, No. Second, c. Hilhnan 
Cook Timothy D., 20 North Water 
Gushing John K., State, c. Maxfield 
DeWolf Charles, Mechanics lane, 

near North Sixth 
DouU James, 2 School 
Faunce Loum H., 57 Parker 
Foster John M., 19 Bethel 
Gibson Agnew B., 28 South Second 
Gifford William 2d, Ash, near Mill 
Greene Alfred, foot of Cannon 
Hammond Francis W., 129 North 

Water 
Hasklns J. C, Hillman, near North 

Water 
Haskius O., Hillman, n. No. Water 
Hathaway Lewis, Middle, corner 

Acushnet avenue 
Hatbaway & Bowman, 20 Elm 
Hatch Joshua, foot of Maxfield, 

opposite North Second 
Hillman Jethro, 119 North Water 
Kirby William A., 91 Middle 
Leach Charles H., Leonard's wharf 
Look J. W., 129 North Water 
Morris John N., 73 Grinnell 
MOSHER & BROWNELL (sashes, 
doors, etc.), 127 North Water (see 
adv. dept. page 14) 
Searell Chas. T., 119 North Water 
Sherman R. A. & Son, 2 Leonard, 

near South Water 
Stacy S. D., 34 Howland 
STURTEVANT & SHERMAN, 132 

No. Water (see adv. dept. p. 37) 
Swift Philander R., 93 Kempton 
Taber A. M., Acushnet avenue, cor- 
ner Middle 
Tripp Ephraim J. H., 2-39 No. Cedar 
Tripp H. W., 183 Kempton 
Walker John W., 53 Smith 
Walker Wm., Hillman, n. No. Water 
Weaver T. H., 130 North Water 
Wilcox P. C, Dartmouth, near cem- 
etery 

Carpet Makers. 

ALMY & HITCH, 66 Purchase 

(see adv. dept. page 4) 
Dunham George B., 41 Mill 
Hart Alice S. , 219 Acushnet avenue 
TEIPP F. G., 173 Purchase (see 

advt. front colored page) 



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289 



Carpet Weavers. 

T'illinghast L. B., 338 Purchase 



Carpets and Oil Cloths. 

Eddv George M. & Co., 147 Union 
TRIPP P. G., 173 Purchase (see 

advt. front colored page) 
Waite Benjamin H. & Co., 40 Pur- 
chase 
Waterman N., 67 Purchase 
Wing Charles F., 34 Purchase 



Carriage Makers^ Supplies. 

BEOWNELL GEO. L., Acushnet 
avenue, corner Cannon (see advt. 
on back coverj 

KING REUBEN T., 726 Purchase, 
corner Logan (see adv. dept. p. 29) 



Carriage Manufacturers. 

{See also Wheelwriylits.) 
Bennett Geo. W., Head of the River 
BROWNELL, ASHLEY & CO., 16 

20, and 22 Fourth, cor. Spring (see 

advt. page 16, front) 
BROAVNEl,L GEORGE L., Acush- 
net avenue, corner Cannon (see 

advt. on back cover) 
Carroll Wm. E., 276 Acushnet av. 
Cory Isaac C, 12 Rockdale avenue 
Forbes James R., 33 to 35 Elm 
HAZZARD JAMES B., Mechanics 

lane, bet. Purchase and Pleasant 

(see advt. ffoht colored page) 
KING REUBEN T., 726 Purchase, 

corner Logan (see advt. page 29) 
Linton J. R., 244' to 248 Purchase 
Lowell Clarence, 276 Acushnet av. 
PEIRCE LAVELLO L, rear 1.50 So. 

Water (see adv. dept. page 19) 
SHAW FRANKLIN, 51 Elm (see 

adv. dept. page 23) 
Tripp Alonzo B., 147 Kempton 
Tripp Charles F., Acushnet 
White William G. & Son, Pleasant, 

corner Mechanics lane 

Carriage Painters. 

BROWNELL GEO. L., Acushnet 
avenue, corner Cannon (see advt. 
on back cover) 

Caswell Geo., 12 and 14 Fourth 

DEXTER T. D., 51 Elm (see adv. 
dept. page 23) 

HAZZAUD JAMES B., Mechanics 
lane, bet. Purchase and Pleasant 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Lawrence Phillip, rear 150 S. Water 

Weavers. V.,S3 Middle 
19 



Carriage Repositories. 

BROWNELL GEO. L., Acushnet 
avenue, corner Cannon (see advt. 
on back cover) 



Carriagesmiths. 

[See also Blacksmiths.) 
BROWNELL, ASHLEY & CO., 16 

20, and 22 Fourth, c. Spring (see 

advt. pase 16 front) 
BROWNELL GEO. L., Acushnet 

avenue, corner Cannon (see advt. 

on back cover) 
Durfee & Smith, Mechanics lane 
Garfield Chas. L., 37 Wing 
LEE & STAPLES, 083 Purchase, c. 

Linden (see adv. dept. page 38) 
Luce J. L., Mechanics Lane 
Southwick Henry T., 274 Acushnet 

avenue 
Tripp James M,, 32 South Pleasant 



Carriage Stocks and Hoops. 

NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO. (car- 
riage seat risers), Jobn Herbert, 
supt. (see adv. dept. page 15) 



Carriage Trimmers. 

BROWNELL GEO. L., Acushnet 
avenue, corner Cannon (see advt. 
on back cover) 

EVANS ISAAC, 51 Elm (see adv. 
dept. page 23) 

Graff I. W., 7 Market 

Lowell Clarence, 276 Acushnet av. 



Caterer. 

Pell George, 23 Seventh 

Cement Mnfrs. (Patent Her- 
culean). 

HATHAWAY THOMAS H,, foot 
Walnut, corner South Fi'oiit (see 
adv. dept. page 13) / 

Chain Manufacturers. 

GOSNOLD MILLS, ofiSce and 
works, 566 Acushnet avenue (see 
advt. front colored page) 

Chains, Anchors, etc. 

GOSNOLD MILLS, office and 
works, 566 Acushnet avenue (see 
advt. front colored page) 



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Chair Seaters. 

Handy Caleb, 135 South Orchard 

Charcoal. 
HAET & AKIN, 58 South Water, 9 
North Water, and foot of Coffin 
(see advt. opp. contents) 

Charts and Nautical Station- 
ery. 

SHERMAN C. R., 49 North Water 
(see advt. opp. index to advts. ) 

Chemist (Manufacturing). 

[See Manufacturing Chemist.) 
DAVIS H. v., Court, c. Chancery, 
pfifice 40 North Water (see advt. 
colored insert opp. page 168) 

Chest Makers. 

(See Seamen's Chest Makers.) 

Chiropodist. 

Johnson C. A., 2 Cheapside. 

Cigar Box Manufacturer. 

EYDER LINUS, 9 Pine (see advt. 
colored insert opp. page 168) 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

Francis F.W., 133 Acushnet avenue 
Francis John, 122 Union 
Levy Leon, 131 South Water 
Oesting Charles A. W.,50 Purchase 
Robinson A. & Co., 59 Union 
Tilden Niles, 28 North Second 
Vianna M. J., 87 South Water 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Antone Manuel, 149 South Water 
Ashvi^orth EUzabeth, 667 Purchase 
€ARTER ROBERT H., 215 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept page 20) 
Caton Manuel, 149^ South Water 
Chapman E. T. & Co., 76 Purchase 
CUNHA JOSEPH, 125^ Union 
■Dawson Nehemiah, 642 Acushnet 

avenue 
Enos Matthew, 165 South Water 
Francis John, 122 Union 
Francis M. T., 76 Union 
Gallagher P., 256 Purchase 
HADLKY FRANK R., 49 Purchase 
(see advt. opp. index to advts. 
page 8, front) 
Mutrie James, 29 Purchase 
Oesting Charles A. W.,50 Purchase 
Parker Frederick, 11 Purchase 



Ricker Alonzo W., Kempton, opp. 

Rockdale avenue 
Senna Manuel, 119 South Water 
Tilden Niles, 28 North Second 
Vianna M. J., 87 South Water 
Wilcox G. R., 141 Purchase 

Circulating Libraries. 

Hutchinson Sylvander, 142 Union 
Lawton James M., jr., 143 Union 

Civil Engineers and Sur- 
veyors. 

Coggeshall Robert C. P. (City land), 

basement City Hall 
Ingalls Seth H., 152 County 
Rotch William, 45 Hawthorn 
Sherman William B., office base- 
ment City Hall 
Wheeler Geo. B., Mt. Vernon, cor. 
Mt. Pleasant 

Clergymen. 

Batchelor Benjamin S., 167 North 
Bodfish Asa (Metli.), 33 County 
Bushnell Samuel C. (First Cong.), 

Acushnet village 
Butler Jas. D., chaplain N. B. Port 
Society, office at Seamen's Bethel, 
Bethel 
Butler S. W. (North Christian), 

Middle, corner Purchase 
Clark James F. (R. C.),96 Hillman 
Coe Isaac S. (So. Christian Baj).), 

112 Washington 
Crafts Daniel L. (Christian), 44 

Chestnut 
Dennison Tristram R. (City Mis- 
sionary), 28 Fifth 
Francis A. H., 13 Kempton 
Freitas Antone M. (Portugese), 94 

South Sixth 
Heath Albert H. ( Cong.), 273 County 
Higgins A. M, (Christian Union), 

100 High 
Julien M. C. (Ti'initarian), 15 Court 
Laws Wm. J. (Meth.), 155 Mill 
Lee James H. (Baptist), 15 Cannon 
Malcolm John W. (Meth.), 22 Syca- 
more 
Nutter Chas. S. (Meth.), 95 Grinnell 
Pager George (Catholic), 2 Robeson 
Potter William J. (First Cong.), 160 

County 
Proctor Charles Hay den (Epis.), 

Parker House 
Smyth Hugh J. (R. C), 96 Hilhnan 
Snow Charles A. (Bap.), County, 

corner Merrimac 
Winn Daniel D. (Bap.), Hawthorn, 
corner Page 

Cloak Maker. 

(See also Dressmakers.) 
White Martha C. Mrs., 124^ Union 



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Clocks. 

(See also Watches, Clocks and Jew- 
elry. 
WILBOR ALFRED G., 199 Acush- 
net avenue (see adv. dept. p. 29) 

Clothes Wringers. 

MORRILL L. H., 87 Middle (see 

adv. dept. p. 7) 
SOWLE F. A., 77 to 81 No. Water 

(see insert opp. p. 237) 
VINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 

(see adv.. dept. p. 20) 

Clothing Stores. 

(See also Tailors, Merchant.) 
Brightman Leander & Fred R., 15 

Soutli Water 
Doane & Co., 55 Union 
Fisher Cbarles, 94 Purcliase 
Giflfoid & Co., 113 Union 
Harrington John Mrs. (second- 
hand), 77 South Water 
Jolmson Edward (second-hand), 25 

South Water 
Joseph Lucy, 145 South Water 
Lima Joseph F., 89 South Water 
Lucas A. E., 129 Union 
Paclcard E., North Second, opposite 

post-office 
Richardson John T., 18 So. Water 
Sanders Bros., 67 and 69 William 
Slocum P. D. & Co., 27 No. Water 
Swift M. C. & Son, 127 and 128^ 

Union 
Sylvia Antone L., 159 South Water 
Taber, Read & Gardner, 117 Union 
Thomas Antone, 111 South Water 
Vera Frank, 113 South Water 
Williams T. D., 23 Purchase 
Wing J. & W. R. & Co., Ill Union 
Wordell Alden, 97 William 

Clothes Cleaner and Re- 
pairer. 

JACKSON JAMES T., 110 William 
(see adv. dept. p. 28) 

Coal Dealers. 

ACUSHNET COAL CO., foot of 

Hillman, Phillip S. Sherman, agt., 

(see advt. opp. preface.) 
CORSON T. S., Front, c. Middle 

(see advt. colored page opp. 169) 
GARFIELD & PROCTOR, foot of 

Walnut (see adv. dept. p. 1) 
HART & AKIN, 58 South Water, 9 

North Water and foot of Coffin 

(see advt. opp. contents) 
HATHAWAY BENJAMIN F., 590 

Acushnet av. (see adv. dept. p. 32) 
HOLMES JOSIAII, Jr., Atlantic 

■wharf (see adv. dept. p. 7) • 



KOLLOCK L. M., (Garfield & Proc- 
tor), foot of Walnut (see adv. dept. 
p. 1) 
Parker & Haskell, foot of Middle 
PAISLER CHAS. S., 118 No. Water 
(see advt. front colored page) 



Coffee and Spice Mills. 

ACUSHNET COFFEE AND SPICE 
MILLS, Davis & Hatch, proprie- 
tors, 59 High (see adv. dept., p. 3) 

New Bedford Coffee and Spice 
Mills, 19 No. Second 



Coffin Warerooms. 

Bowen Wm. H., 54 William 
VAUGHAN W. C. Jk., 17 North 

Second (see adv. dept. p. 16) 
WILSON B. G., 114 William (see 

adv. dept., p. 36) 



Commercial College. 

Burgess J. H., room 2 Robeson bid. 



Commissioners (U. S.). 

Chflford Chas. W., 35 North Water 
Marston Geo., 35 North Water 

Commissioners for Other 
States. 

Borden Alanson (Pennsylvania), 22 

and 23 Robeson building 
Cobb Wendell H. (New York and 

Michigan), 35 North Water 
Crapo William W. (Michigan), 35 

North Water 
Prescott Oliver (Michigan), 26 No. 

Water 
St'^-tson Thomas M. (New York and 

Vermont), 36^ North Water 
Taylor William H. (Rhode Island, 

California, etc.), 40 North River 



Commissioners to Qualify 
Civil Officers. 

JAMES THOMAS M., 40 No. Water 

(see advt. on back cover) 
Taylor William H., 40 No. Water 

Commissioner of Shipping 
(U. S. Deputy). 

CODD THOMAS A., IS So. Water 
(upstairs) (see advt. dept., p. 3) 

Commissioner of Wrecks. 

Almy Job, 11 Parker's blk., Middle 



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NEW BEDFORD BTTSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Commission Merchants. 

Bartlett I. H. & Sons, Taber's whf. 
Baylies J. B.,99 and 101 Union 
BAYLIES WM., 3 and 4 Union (see 

adv. dept., p. 29) 
BOURNE GEORGE A. & SON, 41 

William (see adv. dept., p. 25) 
CODD THOMAS A., 18 So. Water 

(upstairs) (see adv. dept., p. 3) 
Deacon William, 24 South Water 
Ellis Chas. E., 6 No. Second 
GIBBS L. H., 26 and 28 Union (see 

adv. dept., p. 31) 
Graffam Isaiah W. & Co., 7 Market 
HART & AKIN, 58 South Water. 9 

North Water, and foot of Coffin 

(see advt. opp. contents) 
Hicks John J., 3 Merrill's vpharf 
Lewis William, 13 Hamilton 
Luce David W., 61 William 
Lucas H. K. W.. 60 Union 
MACOMBER BROTHERS, 6 Union 

(see adv. dept., page 1) 
McAfee J0HN,75 Union (see adv. 

dept., p. 32) 
NYE SYLVANUS G., 35 Union 

(see adv. dept. p. .32) 
Phillips William & Son, 7 Middle 
POTTER WM. F. & Co., Union, c. 

Front (see adv. dept., p. 21) 
Smith A. P. & Co., 22 Union 
SMITH WM. T., No. Front, c. Cen- 
tral vphf. (see advt. on front cover) 
SWIFT & ALLEN, Taber's wharf 

(see adv. dept., p. 7) 
Taber, Gordon & Co., Central whf., 

corner Front 
TUELL CHARLES A., 113 Union 

(see advt. on back cover) 
Waterman N., 67 Purchase 
WILBOR ALFRED G., 197 Acush- 

net av. (see adv. dept., p. 29) 
Wilbur L. C, 197 Purcliase 
WOOD J. A. & Co., 34 Union (see 

adv. dept., p. 38) 

Compass Manufacturers. 

SHERMAN C. R., 49 North Water 
(see advt. opp. index to advts.) 

Concrete Walks. 

CALDWELL & DREW, 185 Pleas- 
ant av. (see adv. dept., p. 22) 

NEW BEDFORD CONCRETE AND 
IMPROVED ROOFING CO., A. 
W. Perkins, manager, Cedar, cor. 
Hillman (see adv. dept., p. 17) 

Confectioners, Manufactur- 
ing. 

Bates Wm. M., 15^ and 16 Pleasant 
Couch Wni. H., 25 Purchase 
MILLIKEN E. C, 435 and 439 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. page 2) 
Tilden & Co.. 70 Purchase 



Contractor. 

HOWL AND JOHN W., foot of 
School (see adv. dept. page 31) 



Coopers. 

Adams Nathaniel, Front, c. Middle 
Allan Robert, 17 Hamilton 
Baker Benj. jr., 18 South Front 
CHURCHILL ROBERT G., 9 Can- 
non (see adv. dept. page 4) 
Ellis & Croacher, 97 First 
Holmes Atwood, 14 First 
Howland & Coggesliall, rear 147 

North Water 
JENNEY PERRY P., 40 Kempton 

(see adv. dept. page 34) 
Kennedy Michael F., foot of South 
Luce Thomas, City wharf 
Murray John W., City wharf 
Peirce' Lloyd N., 190 South Water 
Randall Rufus, 16 and IS Coffin, 

opposite South First 
Whitney Amasa, 28 First 



Coopers' Tools. 

MORSS ANTHONY S., 210 Com- 
mercial, Boston (see adv. dept. 
page 17) 



Copper Manufacturers. 

NEW BEDFORD COPPER CO., 
Wm. H. Mathews, treas., office 
Rodman, corner North Front (see 
advt. front colored page) 



Copper Smiths. 

Craigie Andrew, 103 North Water 
GIFFORDjfe ALLEN, North Front, 

corner Hazard's wharf (see advt. 

front colored page) 



Cordage Manufacturers. 

NEW BEDFORD CORDAGE CO., 
office Rotch's square, factory 
Court (see adv. dept. page 21) 



Corsets. 

Chace George W., 22 Purchase 
Nooning H. H. & Co., 4 and 6 Pur- 
chase 
Woodman & Ellis, 14 Purchase 



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293 



Cotton Duck & Rope Dealer. 

THOMAS M. HART, 

33 Oommercial Street, 



DEALER IN 



Duck, Bolt Rope, 

TAUT PRESS BAGGING, 
Strainer Flannel, etc., etc. 

Candle House Bags a Specially. 



Cotton Goods Mnfrs. 

Potomska Mills (print cloths), opp. 
269 South Water, A. G. Pierce, 
treas., office over Merchants Na- 
tional Bank, North Water 

Wamsutta Mills, Wamsutta street, 
Edward Kilburn, agent, Audi-ew 
G. Pierce, treasurer, office over 
Merchants National Bank, 50 
North Water 

Country Produce, Whole- 
sale. 

POTTER WM. F. & CO., Union, 
cor. Front (see adv. dept. p. 21.) 

Country Stores. 

Howland Ebenezer, Shawmut av., 

corner Durfee 
Lawi'ence Silas, Allen's corner, 

Plainville 



Crockery, China, and Glass 
Ware. 

Bennett Samuel, 70 William 

Bliss & Nye, 121 Union 

HAYDEN c% GROSSMAN, 18-5 
Acushnet avenue, corner Bedford 
(see advt. on front cover) 

Puringtou & Brown, .59 Purchase 

Taylor Henry J., 41 Purchase 

Curriers. 

Faulkner Geo., foot of Seneca 
ROSE SIMON M., rear -5.50 Acush- 
net avenue (see adv. dept. p. 23) 
Wade Job, Wall, from near Acush- 
net avenue 

Cutlery. 

JENNEY PERRY P., 40 Kempton 

(see adv. dept. page 34) 
Earby H. S., 8 Commercial wharf 



NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., 65 
William (see adv. dept. page 15) 

SAWYER STEPHEN P., 134 Pur- 
chase (see advt. front col'd page) 

SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 123 
Union (see adv. dept. page 15) 

VINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 
(see adv. dept. page 20) 

Decorators. 

ALMY & HITCH, 66 Purchase (see 
adv. dept, page 4) 

Dentists, 

Burpee Henry, 80 Purchase 
Channing William H., 139 Union 
Channiug Wm. R., 139 Union 
Davis Charles G., 1 Brick block. 
Pleasant (Cheapside), cor. Union 
Hazeltine A. A., 164 Purchase 
Mann Henry E., 139 Purchase 
McLieod E.V.,5 Cummings building 
Nesbett Frederick B., 160 Purchase 
Stetson Edward, 30 Purchase 
Ward David P., 159 Union 
WardE. G.,148i Union 
Ward Frank E., 166 Union 
Wyman A. F., 13 Purchase 



Diamond Dealer. 

Howland George H., 67 Pleasant 

Dining Rooms. 

REEVE N. L., 6 South Water (see 
adv. dept. page 1) 

Richards George, 357 Acushnet av. 

Smith Thos. J., basement 442 Pur- 
chase, coimer Pearl 

WING E., 103 and 105 Wilham (see 
adv. dept. page 12) 

Winslow Holmes, 70 William 



Doors, Sashes, and Blinds. 

(See Sashes, Doors, and Blinds.) 

Drain Pipe Manufacturers 
(Hydraulic). 

PAISLER CHAS. S., 118 North 
Water (see advt. front col'd page) 
Pierce C. M., North Water 

Dressmakers. 

Aikin Annie L. Mrs., 5^ Pleasant 
Allen Amelia J., 183 South Water 
Allen Eliza M. Miss, 49 County 
Almy G. L. Mrs., 64 Dartmouth 
Boone Eliza C, 38 Bedford 
Borden Anna B. Mrs., 4 Crapo 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Dressmakers— Continued. 

Buffinton J alia A. Mrs., 185 Kemp- 
ton 
Burbank Isaac N. Mrs., 78 Pleasant 
Clianey Emma E. Miss, 81 Thomas 
Chapman Elizabeth B. Mrs., 137 

Williams 
Chase M. A. Miss, 42 Kempton 
Clark Eliza W., 194 Elm 
Coleman Betsey R., .3.5 Seventh 
Cook Evie M. Miss, 3 Waverly 
Corey Ada F. Miss, 84 Elm 
Crafts Sarah F. Mrs., 73 Allen 
Crowell Elizabeth F. Mrs., 67 Mill 
Davis Isabella Miss, 80 Middle 
Dehoney J. E. Miss, 48 South 
Dillingham Caroline C. Miss, 29 

Seventh 
Drescott Addie Miss, 8 Sears court 
Dunham Sarah L. Miss, 54 First 
Enos F. Mrs., 27 Howland 
Francis Ellen J. Miss, 107 Hillman 
Gray Mary A. Miss, French avenue 
Grew Mary Mrs., 47 Sycamore 
Henson Catherine Mrs., Sullivan, 

near Middle 
Henson C. Mrs., 171 Kempton 
Home Mary A. Miss, 97 Middle 
Horr Cynthia O., 37 Seventh 
Howland Mercy G., 40 North 
Hunter Ellen Miss, 55 North Sixth 
Jenkins H. R. Mrs., 156 Union 
Leonard Mercy S., 60 Merrimac 
Lincoln Susan R. Miss,Be]levil]e rd. 
Marble Abby S. Miss, 93 Grinnell 
Mathews Eliza S., Walden, corner 

Sycamore 
Maxfield Lucy S. Miss, 8 Ash 
McNutt N. A. Mrs., 50 North 
McQuade Rhoda Mrs., 14 Mill 
Melling Ann, 400 Purchase 
Michaud Clara, 89 Middle 
Murphy Lizzie, 3 Kempton 
Noones Rosa P. Mrs., 137 Acushnet 

avenue 
Pierce Mary M., 11 Chestnut 
Pitts E. C. Miss, 86 Elm 
Prentice Sarah V. Mrs., 6i Fifth 
Randall Cynthia Mrs., 63 Kempton 
Read Marion L. Miss, 166 North 
Reynolds Mary Miss, 61 Summer 
Rose Caroline A. B. Miss, 231 South 

Second 
Ruggles Mary T., 69 Foster 
Ryan Katie Miss, 33 Hillman 
Shaw Mary W. Mrs., 55 County 
Soule Anna T., 69 Forest 
Spooner Susan B. Miss, 186 Summer 
Sullivan Catherine T., 10 1-2 County 
Sutherland Susannah Miss, 546 

Acushnet avenue 
Swift Eliza W. Mrs., 109 High 
Thomas Mary Jane Miss, 8 Emerson 
Thomas Mattie F. Miss, 27 Allen 
Todd & Wickens, 673 Purchase 
Turner Maria L. Mrs., 194 Kempton 



Wagner Mary R., 390 Acushnet av. 
Whiting M. A. Mrs., 16 Mill 
Wilcox Sylvia S., 1 Cheapside 
Williams' M. S. Mrs., 188 So. Water 
Wing Lois H., 54 Bedford 
Wright Ella L. F., 15 Pleasant 

Dress Trimmings. 

Case E. C. Miss, 141 Union 
Cottle H. B., 15 Purchase 

Dry Goods (Retail). 

Adams Stephen F., 204 County 
Bowman H. Alice, 184 County 
Carr Esther Mrs., 245 Cedar 
Cook David, 404 Purchase 
Delano Stephen, 10 Purchase 
DeWolf A. J. Mrs., 281 Purchase 
Dootson Isabella, 264 Purchase 
Eddy George M. & Co., 147 Union 
Faisneau George E., 38 Purchase 
Goodman Andrew, 130 South Water 
Haskell E. & Co., 42 to 48 Purchase 
HOWARD JACOB & BRO., 289 

and 293 Purchase (see adv. dept. 

page 36) 
Lewis Francis, 167 South Water 
Melliug Ann, 400 Purchase 
Milliken C. D., 1 Ricketson block 
Pedro Joseph H., 28 Howland 
Poisson & Roy, 147 Purchase 
Simons H., 72 Purchase 
Slater James, 642 Purchase 
Soule W. T., 64 Purchase 
Spare John Y., 176 County 
Tucker Wm., jr., 21 North Water 
Waite Benj. H. & Co., 40 Purchase 
WHITING E. B. & CO., 145 Union 

(see advt. insert opp. p. 271) 
Wing Charles F., 34 Purchase 
Woodman & Ellis, 14 Purchase 

Dry Goods (Wholesale). 

Eddy George M. & Co., 147 Union 
WHITING E. B. & CO., 145 Union 
(see advt. insert opp. p. 271) 

Dyers. 

JACKSON JAMES T., 110 William 

(see adv. dept. p. 28) 
Monarch James, 125 Purchase 

Dye House Agent. 

Johnson Geo. H. (Lynn), 75 William 

Eating Houses. 

(See also Bestaurants.) 
Gifford Geo. P., 7 South Water 
REEVE N. L., 6 South Water (see 

adv. dept. p. 1) 
Smith D. B., 19 Union 



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Economy Company. 

New Bedford Economy Company, 
387 Purchase 

Edge-Tools. 

MOESS ANTHONY S., 210 Com- 
mercial, Boston (see adv. dept. 
page 17) 

Embroidery. 

N. E. Embroidery Co., 355 Acush- 
net avenue 



European SteamerAgencies. 

DAVENPORT, MASON & CO., 5 
Eicketson block (see advt. opp. 
calendar) 

HATCH & CO., 5 Ricketson block 
(see advt. opp. calendar) 

Expresses, 

BOSTON EXPRESS, Hatch & Co,, 
props., 5 Ricketson block (see 
advt. opp. calendar) 

EDGARTO'V^N EXPRESS, John 
Mayhew, prop., 5 Ricketson blk. 

Falmouth & Waquoit Express, D. 
B. Nye, prop., 52 William 

M A R T H A' S YINEYARD EX- 

» PRESS, Hatch & Co., props., 5 
Eicketson block (see advt. opp. 
calendar) 

NEW YORK SOUTHERN AND 
WESTERN EXPRESS, Daven- 
port, Mason & Co., 5 Ricketson 
block (see advt. opp. calendar) 

Potter Andrew H., New York Ex- 
press, 19 Commercial wharf 

PROVIDENCE EXPRESS, Hatch 
& Co., pi'ops., 5 Ricketson block 
(see advt. opp. calendar) 

VINEYARD HAVEN EXPRESS, 
Hatch & Co., props., 5 Ricketson 
block (see advt. opp. calendar) 

Extracts. 

ACUSHNET COFFEE & SPICE 
MILLS, Davis & Hatch, 59 High 
(see adv. dept. page 3) 

Fancy Goods. 

Allen C. N., 1.53 Union 
Bates A. E. Mrs., 14 Pleasant 
Bennett R. G., .38 Purchase 
Bullard Amasa, 9 Pleasant 
Butts .James D. jr., 118 Kempton 
Case E. C. Miss, 141 Union 
Cottle H. B. Miss, 15 Purchase 
Estes Geo. W., 537 Purchase 
Fuller Nancy B. Mrs., 183 Acushnet 

avenue 
Gardner Thos. M,, 171 Kempton 



Grudchos Anna C. Mrs., 583 Pur- 
chase 

Hardy Mary S. Mrs., 226 Acushnet 
avenue 

Harlow M. W., 142 Purchase 

Hopkins John, 73 William 

Hunt Josiah, 28 Purchase 

Johnson J. Mrs., 224 Purchase 

MACY WILLIAM J., 82 Purchase 
(see adv. dept. page 4) 

McAndrew Sarah Miss, 261 South 
Water 

Milliken CD., 1 Ricketson block 

Nickerson M. J. Mrs., 140 Purchase 

Nooning H. H. & Co., 4 and 6 Pur- 
chase 

Watson Thomas, 692 Acushnet av. 

WHITING E. B. & CO., 145 Union 
(see advt. insert opp. page 271) 

Whittaker Mary Mrs., 630 Purchase 

Fertilizers. 

DAVIS HENRY V., Court, office 
40 North Water (see advt. insert 
opposite page 168) 

Paine S. S. & Brother, North Front, 
corner Hazard's wharf 

PAISLER CHAS. S., 118 No. Wa- 
ter (see advt. front colored pag3) 



File Manufacturer. 

Price Alexander, 33i South Water 

Fish Dealers. 

Bartlett Andrew H., 8 and 10 South 

Water 
Bartlett A. Mrs., 9 North Sixth 
Bassett William A. & Co., foot of 

Middle and 193 Purchase 
Brown & Upham, 34 Mill 
Chase Franklin P., 55 County 
Childs J. G. & Son, 31 School, cor- 
ner South Second 
ClarkT.E., 9 Market 
Devoll Joseph, 100 South Water 
Eldridge W. A., 253 Purchase 
Fisher R. H., 54 Merrimao 
Frates Antoine, 208^ South Water 
Hammond Herbert S., 168^ Kemp- 
ton 
Holmes John P., 157 South Water 
Leonard Henry A., 203 Acushnet av. 
Leonard John H. (salt), 25 Union 
Luce Ambrose E., Smith, n. Spruce 
McFarland Archibald jr., South 

First, near Potomska 
Nelson Martin S., County, c. Smith 
Paine Geo. A., 402 Purchase 
Ross James M., 210 Middle 
Smith A. P. & Co., 22 Union 
Springer William. 114 Kempton 
WATSON DAVID & CO., Eddy's 
wharf and 16 North Second (see 
adv. dept. page 1) 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Fishing Tackle and Sporting 

Apparatus. 

EGGERS SELMAK, 10 William (see 

adv. dept. page 36) 
Kirby H. S., 8 Commercial wharf 
MORRILL L. H., 87 Middle (see 

adv. dept. page 7) 

Flag Stones. 

PAISLER CHAS. S., 118 No. Water 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Florists, 

(5'ee also Nurserymen.) 

Brown William S., Sycamore, west 
of Cedar 

HATHAWAY WM. A.,Mt. Pleas- 
ant, near Railroad station (see 
adv. dept., page 18) 

HOWARD WM.' M., 34 Arnold, cor. 
So. Cottage (see adv. dept. p. 4) 

Keen Washington, Maxfleld, above 
Cedar 

LUCE WM. T., 172 County and 238 
Cedar (see adv. dept. page 27) 

PEIRCE WILLI AM, conservatories, 
Elm, corner Cottage, office 162 
Union (see adv. dept. page 6) 

Young James C, Parker, corner 
Shawmut avenue 



Flour Mills. 

EUREKA FLOUR MILLS, Deni- 
son Brothers & Co., proi^rietors, 
42 So. Water and 10 School (see 
adv. dept., p. 10) 

WILSON & CO., No. Water, foot of 
Hillman (see adv. dept. ,p. 11) 

Flourand Grain. 

ADAMS E. C. & SON, 60 Spruce (see 

adv. dept., p. 20) 
BAYLIES WILLIAM, 3 and 4 Un- 
ion (see adv. dept., p. 29) 
BRALEY JASPER W., 214 and 216 

County (see adv. dept., p. 80) 
CENTRAL UNION ASSOCIATION 

B. F. Brownell, treas., 5 North 

Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 30^ 
CODDING SETH, 180 County (see 

adv. dept., p. 19) 
DENISON BROS. & CO., 42 South 

Water and 10 School (see adv. 

dept., p. 10) 
DWIGHT WILLIAM B. & CO., 

179 Acushnet avenue (see adv. 

dept. page 25) 
EUREKA FLOUR MILLS, 42 So. 

Water (see adv. dept. page 10) 
Fessenden R. F., 16 South Water 
KIRK JOHN, lst,374 Purchase (see 

adv. dept. page 18) 
MACOMBER BROS., 6 Union (see 

adv. dept. page 1) 



RHODES & KAVENAGH, 622 
Purchase (see adv. dept. page 34) 

WILBOR ALFRED G., 197 Acush- 
net avenue (see adv. dept. p. 29) 

WILSON & CO., North Water, ft. 
of Hillinan (see adv. dept. p. 11) 

Fruits, Foreign and Domes- 
tic. 

Brook Chas. H., .56 Purchase 
Cunningham W. H., 31 Union 
McAFEE JOHN, 75 Union (see 

adv. dept. page 32) 
Potter Chas. W., 87 Union 
WOOD J. A. & CO., 34 Union (see 

adv. dept. page 38) 

Fruit and Confectionery. 

Baldwin H. W., 171 Purchase 
Barstow Solomon, 389 Purchase 
Bates Wm. M., 15i and 16 Pleasant 
Brook Chas. H., 56 Purchase 
Fish Wm. G., 161 Purchase 
FISHER H. H., 210 to 214 Purchase 

see insei't opp. page 196) 
Gifford A. F., 239 Purchase 
Gilford Peleg, 69 Union* 
Hawes Levi, 21 Purchase 
Howlaud B. W., 126 Purchase 
Johnson J. S., 97 North Water 
Jones Alexander C, 228 Middle 
Lincoln John, 83 Union 
Mansfield J. P., 10 Pleasant (Cheap- 
side) 
McAFEE JOHN, 75 Union (see adv. 

dept. page .32) 
Paj-ker Frederick, 11 Purchase 
Pomber Antone, 235^ South Water 
Sherman Isaac C. & Son, 111 Fourth 
Smith Mary A. Miss, 420 Purchase 
STANTON A. G. & CO., 131 Acush- 
net avenue (see adv. dept. p. 24) 
Tilden & Co., 70 Purchase 
Tallman Chas. S., 63^ Union 
Williston L. A., 83 Union 
WOOD J. A. & CO., 34 Union (see 
adv. dept. page 38) 

Fruit and Ornamental Trees. 

LUCE WM. T., 172 County and 238 
Cedar (see adv. dept page 27) 

PEIRCE WILLIAM, Elm, corner 
Cottage, and 162 Union (see adv. 
dept. page 6) 

Fur Dealer. 

HASKELL C. M., 138 Union (see 
adv. dept. page 23) 

Furnaces, Ranges, & Stoves. 

HA YD EN & GROSSMAN, 185 
Acushnet avenue (see advt. line 
on front cover) 



NEW BEDFOED BUSINESS DIRECTOEY. 



297 



PAEKER & SHERMAN, Uiiiou, c. 
Water(see advt.inside front cover) 

SAWYER STEPHEN P., 1.3-4 Piir- 
clinse (see advt. front col'd page) 

THOMAS MORGAN ^S ( O. (see 
advt. front colored opp. map) 

YINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 
(see adv. dept. pa2,e o9) 

WOOD. BRIGHTMAN & CO., 45 
North AVater (see advt. opp. in- 
side front cover) 



Furniture Dealers. 

{See also Cabinet 3Iakers.) 
Baylies J. B. (new and second- 
hand), 99 and 101 Union 
Branan Margaret Mrs., 201 Purchase 
BEIGGS & LAWRENCE, 147i 

Union (see adv. dept. page 22) 
Carroll John, Robeson building, 

Wilham 
De Wolfe A. J., 305 Purchase 
GEILS GERETT, 2.S6 Purchase (see 

adv. dept. page 28) 
Jordan William, 362 Purchase 
Maxfield Caleb, 130 Union 
Peters Bruno, 258 Purchase 
Pierce Herbert S., 237 So. Water 



Furniture Repairers. 

(See also Cabinet Makers.) 
BRIGGS & LAWRENCE, 147^ Un- 
ion (see adv. dept. p. 22) 
CRAFTS & ALLEN, KiO Union (see 

adv. dept. p. 28) 
DantsizenC, 191 Elm 
GEILS GERETT, 236 Purchase (see 

adv. dept. page 28) 
Oman Andrew, 86 Elm 
Warner Jesse A., 136 Purchase 

Gardeners. 

Almy YVm. P., 150 North 
Bennett Thomas, 20 Hawthorn 
Bliss George, 175 Griuuell 
Brand Thomas, 110 County 
Brenning John P., 198 Union 
Brownell Frederick, 15 No. Cottage 
Dorau Samuel, 31 A.sh 
Duify Edward, 39 Ash 
Gibson John, 29 Arch 
Gorham Jabez A., 5 Greene 
Hankinson James, 18 Emerson 
Hathaway Andrew B., Hathaway 

road 
Lowe James, 63 Ash 
LUCE WM. T., 172 County and 2-38 

Cedar (see adv. dept. page 27) 
PEIRCE WM., Elm, c. Cottage, 

office 162 Union (see adv. de^jt. 

page 6) 
Eiley Robert, 105 Allen 
Tynan John F., Cedar, n. Robeson 



Gas Fitters. 

Sherman J. C, 60 William 
WOOD, BRIGHTMAN & CO., 45 

North Water (see advt. front col'd 

page) 

Gas Fixtures. 

WOOD, BRIGHTMAN & CO., 45 
North Water (see advt. opp. in- 
sid front cover) 



Gas Light Co. 

New Bedford Gas Light Co., Gideon 
Wood, supt., 70 South Water 

Gas Shades, Globes, etc. 

(Decorated). 
SMITH BROS., Prospect (see advt. 
fx'ont colored page) 



Gaugers and Inspectors. 

Delano H. (oils), 17 Middle 

Gents' FurnishingGoods. 

ASHLEY & WILCOX, 594 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. p. 2), 

Brownell E. F. A., 23 Purchase 

Gifford & Co., 113 Union 

HASKELL C. M., 138 Union (see 
adv. dept. page 23) 

Lucas A. E., 129 Union 

Packard E., North Second, opp. 
Post Office 

Taber, Read & Gardner, 117 Union 

Wing J. & W. R. & Co., Ill Union 



Glass Manufacturers. 

Mount Washington Glass Co., Pros- 
pect, A. H. Seabury, president 
and treasurer 



Glove Manufacturers. 

WHITING E. B. & CO., 125 Union 
(see advt. insert opp. page 271) 



Glue (powdered, sheet and 
dissolved). 

HATHAWAY THOMAS H., foot 
of Walnut, c. So. Front (see adv. 
dept. page 13) 

Gold Plating. 

Sargent Fred H., Pleasant, c. Me- 
chanics lane 



298 



NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Granite Yards. 

Dofan William, 26 North Second 
Drew Phineas F., North, between 

County and Summer 
Manchester Otis, County avenue, 

opposite Smith 
MUNROE JOSEPH P. G., 145 West 

Campbell (see adv. dept.,p. 7) 



Granular Fuel. 

ROBBINS AUGUSTUS, Court, 
next Cordage Factory (see adv. 
dept., p. 1) 



Grindstone Dealer. 

Kirby H. S., 8 Commercial wharf 



Granulated Soap. 

DELA.NO CHAS. E. P., 21 School 
(see advt. on back cover) 



Grocers, Wholesale. 

BULLOCH ANDREW & CO., 27 

William (see adv. dept. p. 8) 
Driscol, Church & Hall, 64 and 66 

Union 
GIBBS LOT H., 26 and 28 Union 

(see adv. dept., p. 31) 
Giflford Fred. S., 3 Ricketson block. 

Union 
NYE SYLVANUS G., 35 Union (see 

adv. dept., p. 32) 
POTTER WILLIAM F. & CO., 

Union, corner North Front (see 

adv. dept., p. 21) 
Tucker & Cummings, 100 and 102 

William 



Grocers, Retail. 

Abrams Wm., 139 South Water, cor- 
ner Griffin 
ACUSHNET CO-OPERATIVE AS- 
SOCIATION, 213 Acushnet ave- 
nue, corner Russell (see adv. dept. 
page 28) 
ADAMS E. C. & CO., 6Q Smith (see 

adv. dept., p. 20) 
Alley A. G., jr., 153 Purchase 
Almy A. A., Hillraan, coi-ner Cedar 
Andrews Christopher, 273 Acushnet 

avenue 
ASHLEY A. DAVIS, 663 Purchase 

(see adv. dept., p. 2) 
Austin John H. C., 8-5 Cedar 
Best Wm. R., 291 South Water 
BLISS FRANK C. (Washington 
square), South Sixth, corner Grin- 
nell (see adv. dept., p. 22) 



BOARDMAN THOMAS, 587 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept.. p. 26) 
BRALEY J. W., 214 & 216 County 

(see adv. dept. p. .30) 
Brown Lloyd B., 175 Kempton 
Cannon Edward, 278 South Water 
Caswell Wm. T., 169 Purchase 
CENTRAL UNION ASSOCIA- 
TION, B. F. Brownell, treas., 5 
No. Sixth (see adv. dept., p. .30) 
Chappell William H., 385 Purchase 
Clare John, 221 South Water 
Clark & Gatie, Rivet, cor. Second 
CODDING SETH, 180 County (see 

adv. dept., p. 19) 
Cook David, 404 Purchase 
Cota & Smith, 56 Cedar 
Couling Isham, 182 Kempton 
Daly Patrick, 269 South Water 
Davenport Dudley, Arnold, c. Ash 
Davis C. S., 417 Purchase 
Davis James, 2d, Acushnet avenue 

junction 
Dawson Benj., 595 and 597 Purchase 
Driscoll Robert, 562 Purchase, cor- 
ner Merrimack 
D WIGHT WILLIAM. B. & CO., 179 
Acushnet av.(see adv. dept., p. 25) 
Dyer George L., 85 Smith 
Edgarton J. F., 693 Purchase 
Ellis Nathan B.., 307 Acushnet av- 
enue, corner Spring 
Fay James, 249 South Water 
Folger D. B., 116 and 118 Union 
France & Bannister, 518 Purchase 
Frasier John W., 163 South Water 
GIBBS LOT H., 26 and 28 Union 

(see adv. dept., p. 31) 
Gifford Fred. S., 3 Ricketson block, 

Union 
Gifford Gideon D., Cottage, c. Court 
Gillick Peter, 105 South Water 
Grinnell Andrew B., Head of the . 

River 
HAMMOND HERBERT S. & CO., 
168 1-2 Kempton (see adv. dept., 
page 29) 
Heath Wm. H., jr., 179 Purchase 
Holcomb Henry & Son, 71 South 

Second, corner Bush 
Holcomb Monroe, 201 South Water 
Holcomb Roland, 32 School 
Howland Charles H., 63 County 
Howland Ebenezer, Shawmut av., 

corner Durfee 
Howland Wm. F., 158 South Water 
Industrial Co-operative Association, 

582 Purchase 
Jenney Bros., 519 and 521 Purchase 
Jordan Patrick, 660 Acushnet av. 
Lawrence Cyrus T., Allen's corner, 

Plainville 
Lawrence Thos. W. , 252 Cedar 
Lawton R. S., 295 and 297 Purchase 
Lawton Theodore E., 81 Smith 
Lowe John II., 716 and 720 Acush- 
net avenue 



NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIEECTOHY. 



299 



Luscomb Robert, 170 County 
Luther H. R., 228 Purchase 
Macomber Geo. B., 539 to 543 Pur- 
chase 
Macomber Richard E., 60 Spruce 
McFarlin Stephen W., 150 Kempton 
MILLIKEN E. & SON, 251 Pur- 
chase 
Moucrieff David, State, cor. Hazard 
Mor.se Clinton, 151 Kempton 
MORSE F. & CO., 239 Middle (see 

adv. dept., p. 19) 
Mosher Joseph R., County, c. Smith 
Notter John, 182 County 
Peirce I,. E., 59 North Second 
Pelau Thomas, Kempton, c. Rock- 
dale avenue 
Perry Frank, 213 South Water 
Perry Henry C, 71 Maxfield 
Pickens George, 679 Purchase 
RHODES & KAVENAGH, 622 

Purchase (see adv. dept. p. 30) 
Rock James, 265 South Water 
SHERMAN ISAAC C. & SON, 111 
Fourth, cor. Bedford (see adv. 
dept. p. 28) 
Sherman Job B., Foster, cor. North 
Sisson Charles A., 150 Union 
Snow Sylvester. 58 County, c. Wing 
Sparrow Hannah M. Mrs'., 60 Dart- 
mouth 
STANTON A. G. & CO., 131 
Acushnetav. (see adv. dept. p. 24) 
Stewart William H., 194 Kempton 
Sullivan Michael E., 662 Purchase 
Sullivan Thomas H., 57 Middle 
Sweeney John, 112 South Water 
Swift Edward B., 405 Purchase 
Taber E. C, Acushnet, Head of the 

River 
Taber George W., 197 Kempton 
Taber Oliver R. & Son,195 Kempton 
Terry Job M., 236 County 
Tripp A. C, Ashland, cor. Linden 
Tripp Ira P., 35 Elm 
Tripp N. C. & Co., 57 Arnold 
Tucker & Cummings, 100 and 102 

William 
Vincent J. H., No. Second, c. Elm 
Wall Wm. S., 109 South Water 
Weeden Wm. W., 120 Washington 
Wood Elihu, jr., 206 and 208 Cedar 



Gunpowder. 

EGGERS SELMAR (Hazard's), 10 
William (see adv. dept. p. 36) 

Parker Frederick (Dupont's), 11 
Purchase 



Gunsmith. 

EGGERS SELMAR, 6 William (see 
adv. dept. p. 36) 



Hack Stands. 

{See also Stables.) 
Coffin W. H., 128 Union 
SHERMAN W. H., 24 Fourth 
adv. dept. p. 5) 



Hairdressers (Ladies). 

Bush Belle M. Mrs., 148 Acushnet 

avenue 
Mitchell Belle M. Mrs., 148 Union 



Hairdressers. 

Ames T. W., 105 Cedar 
Ayler W. H., 144 Purchase 
Balderson Richard, 589 Purchase 
Coly C. S., 80 Union 
Costello M., 7 Liberty Hall building 
Crouch Thomas, 144 Purchase 
Cypress R. W., 166 Purchase 
Easton C. F., 240 Purchase 
Goulet George, 610 Purchase 
Goulet Joseph, 632 Purchase 
Gray H. A., 204 Acushnet avenue 
Jackson Edgar M. L., 178 Kempton 
Jackson Edward, 180 Cedar 
Jackson Joseph, 178 Acushnet av. 
Jackson T. W., 184 County 
Jourdain A. G., 63 Union 
King Gilman, 144 Purchase 
King Henry, 32 South 
King Joseph, Mansion House 
Lee Michael, 432 Purchase 
Lee Thomas, 336 Purchase 
LeMos M. E., 127^ Union 
Lobo M. G., 364 Acushnet avenue 
Piper Augustus D., under Parker 

House 
Scarborough Henry A., 255 Pur- 
Scott J. M., 81 William 
Smith Thomas J., 262 Purchase 
Taliaferro John, 231 Middle 
Taylor Richard F., 47 Smith 
Temple Lewis, 72 Union 
Vassells Jas. H., 359 Acushnet av. 
West John E., 4 South Water 
White S. S., 136 Union 
Williams John, 124 Union 



Hair (Human). 

BRAYWOOD A. M. MRS., 350 Pur- 
chase (see advt. p. 32, front) 
Bush B. M. Mrs., 146 Purchase 
Carter Robert H.Mrs., 215 Purchase 
Jourdain A. G., 63 Union 
Mitchell Belle M. Mrs., 148 Union 



300 



NEW BBDFOKD BUSINESS DIEECTOKY. 



Hardware and Cutlery. 

ASHLEY A. DAVIS, 663 Purchase 

(see adv. dept. page 2) 
Kirby Humphrey S., 8 Commercial 

wharf, corner Front 
MOESS ANTHONY S., 210 Com- 
mercial, Boston (see adv. dept. 

page 17) 
NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., John 

Herbert, manager, 65 William 

(see adv. dept. page 15) 
SAWYER STEPHEN P., 134 Pur- 
chase (see advt. front col'd page) 
SOWLE F. A. (house trimmings 

and brackets), 77, 79 and 81 No. 

Water, cor. Bethel (see insert 

opp. page 237) 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 

123 Union and 345 Acushnet av. 

(see adv. dept. page 15) 
SWIFT & ALLEN^ Taber's block, 

Taber's whf. (see adv. dept. p. 7) 
VINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 

(see adv. dept. p. 20) 

Harness Manufacturers. 

Allen Jesse, 9 Purchase 

Allen Jesse S., Pleasant, corner 

Mechanics lane 
BROWNELL GEO. L., Acushnet 

avenue, corner Cannon (see advt. 

on back cover) 
Brownell Luther, 33 Purchase 
Chaloaer L. W., 351 Acushnet av. 
Cronin William, 54 Elm 
CUSHING C. F., 24 and 26 Pleasant 

(Cheapside), corner William (see 

adv. dept. page 26) 
EVANS ISAAC, 51 Elm (see adv. 

dept. page 23) 
Green John 2d, 406 Acushnet av. 
Kittredge B. E., 63 William 
Marr Wm. J., 317 Purchase 
Willis William H., 126 and 128 Un- 
ion 

Hat and Bonnet Bleacher. 

Greene Francis H., 22 No. Second 
Hat Feathers. 

BABCOCK HARLEON P., 149 
Purchase (see adv. dept. page 19) 

Hat Manufacturers (Silk). 

BAILEY LEBBEUS, 122^ Union 
(see advt. insert opp. page 196) 

Hats and Caps. 

Brownell E. F. A., 23 Purchase 
HASKELL CHARLES M., 138 Un- 
ion (see adv. dept. page 23) 
Perry S. H., 3 Purchase 
Tillsou H. H., 43 Purchase 



Hay and Straw. 

CORSON T. S., Front, corner Mid- 
dle (see advt. col'd p. opp- p. 129) 

KIRK JOHN 1st, 374 Purchase (see 
adv. dept. page 18) 

MAGOMBER BROTHERS, 6 Union 
(see adv. dept. page 1 ) 

Macomber Thomas W., 16 So. Water 

PAISLER CHARLES S., 118 North 
Wafer (see advt. front col'd page) 

SAWIN A. K. P., Merrill's wharf 
(see adv. dept. page 25) 

Hearse Manufacturers. 

BROWNELL GEORGE L., Acush- 
net avenue, corner Cannon (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Hoop Iron Mnfrs. 

GOSNOLD MILLS, office and 
works, 566 Acushnet avenue (see 
advt. front colored page) 

Hoop Skirt Mnfr. 

Chace George W., 22 Purchase 

Horse Shoe and Hame Iron 
Manufacturers. 

GOSNOLD MILLS, office and works 
566 Acushnet avenue (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Horse Shoers. 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 
BROWNELL, ASHLEY & CO., 16 
20 and 22 Fourth, corner Spring 
(see advt. page 16, front) 
Caswell Bros., 8 Pine 
Durfee & Smith, Mechanics lane 
LEE & STAPLES, 683 Purchase, 
cor. Linden (see adv. dept. p. 38) 

Horticulturists. 

LUCE WM. T., 172 County and 
238 Cedar (see adv. dept. p. 27) 

McAFEE JOHN, Dartmouth, office 
75 Union (see adv. dept. page 32) 

Hotels. 

Bancroft House, F. C. Bancroft, 
prop., 12H Union and 343 Acush- 
net avenue 

Elmwood House, T. Lapham, prop., 
69 Elm 

Germania House, J. B. Habicht, 
prop., 23 North Second 

Manhattan House, Leopold Bartel, 
prop., 4 Hall's court 

MANSION HOUSE, Edward R, 
Richards, prop., 87 Union, corner 
No. Second (see advt. front col'd 
page) 



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301 



PARKER HOUSE, H. M. Biownell, 
prop., Purchase, between Middle 
and Elm (see advt. opp. inside 
front cover) 

Sheridan House, Gustavus White 
jr., 7 and 9 North Second 

WILHELM HOUSE, Michael Weik, 
prop., 22 School 

House Furnishing Goods. 

Bliss & Nye, 121 Union 
HAYDEN & GROSSMAN, 18.o 

Acushuet avenue, corner Bedford 

(see advt. on front cover) 
NEW BEDFORD TOOL GO., 65 

William, John Herbert, manager 

(see adv. dept. pag'e 15) 
PARKER & SHERMAN, Union, 

corner Water (see advt. inside 

front cover) 
SAWYER STEPHEN P., 134 Pur- 
chase (see advt. front col'd page) 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 123 

Union and 345 Acushuet avenue 

(see adv. dept. page 15) 
VINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 

(see adv. dept., page 20) 

Ice Cream Saloon. 

Corzilius F. & Co., 63 Purchase 

Ice Cream, Wholesale. 

Bates William M., 15^ and 16 Pleas- 
ant 

Ice Dealers. 

Hawes Simeon, Head of the River 
New Bedford Ice Co., Moses E. 

Hatch, treas., office and depot 9 

Fourth 

Indelible Ink Marker. 

Bourne Elleu M. Miss, 87 Pleasant 

Ink Manufacturer. 

FREEMAN GEO. H., 17 Centre (see 
advt. on front cover) 

Inspector of Petroleum Oil. 

Taber Henry, 2d, office basement 
City Hall building 

Insurance Agents. 

Almy Chas., 20 North Water 
COOK SAMUEL H., 37 No. Water 

(see advt. on outside front cover) 
CORNISH lYORY S., 41 William 

(see advt. Mass. Mutual Ins. Co., 

back colored page) 
Ellis -J., 4 Pleasant 
Gilmon Francis L. (life), 44 North 

Water 



GRINNELL LAWRENCE & SON, 
22 North Water, over Mechanics 
National Bank (see advt. on back 
cover) 

JAMES THOMAS M., 40 No. Water 
(see advt. on back cover) 

TILLINGHAST & ALDEN, 44 No. 
Water (see advt. opp. inside back 
cover) 

VAN CAMPEN HIRAM, 17 North 
Water (see advt. outside front 
cover; and Dorch. M. F, I. Co. 
back colored page) 



Insurance Companies, Fire 
and Marine. 

BRISTOL COUNTY MUTUAL 

FIRE INSURANCE CO., Geo. N. 
Alden, secretary and treasurer, 
office 44 North Water (see advt. 
inside back cover) 

COMMMERCIAL MUTUAL MA- 
RINE INSURANCE CO., Charles 
L. Wood, president, Samuel H. 
Cook, secretary, 37 North Water 
(see advt. on outside front cover) 

Union Mutual Marine Insurance 
Co., W. P. Winsor, secretary, 33 
North Water 



Insurance Companies hav- 
ing Agencies in New 
Bedford. 

^TNA INSURANCE CO., of Hart- 
ford, Tillinghast & Alden, agents, 
44 North Water (see advt. opp. 
inside back cover) 

AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., of Philadelphia, H. Van Cam- 
pen, agent, 17 North Water (see 
advt. outside front cover) 

ATLANTIC INSURANCE CO., of 
Providence, Tillinghast & Alden, 
agents, 44 North Water (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover) 

CHINA MUTUAL INSURANCE 
CO., of Boston, Lawrence Grin- 
nell & Son, Nortli Water, over 
Mechanics National Bank (see 
advt. on back cover) 

COLUMBIA FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., ofN. Y., H. Van Campen, 
agent, 17 North Water (see advt. 
on front cover) 

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSUR- 
ANCE CO., London, England, 
Lawrence Grinnell & Son, agts., 
North Water, over Mechanics Na- 
tional Bank (see advt. on back 
cover) 

CONNECTICUT FIRE INS. CO., 
of Hartford, Tillinghast & Alden, 
agents, 44 North Water (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover) 



302 



NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Insurance Companies hav- 
ing Agencies in New Bed- 
ford—Continued. 

CONTINENTAL FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE CO., of New York, Tilling- 
hast & Alden, agents, 44 North 
Water (see aclvt. bpp. inside back 
cover) 

DORCHESTER MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO., of Dorchester, 
Hiram Van Campen, agent. 17 
North Water (see advt. outside 
front cover and back colored 
page) 

DWELLING HOUSE INS. CO., of 
Boston, Samuel H. Cook, agent, 
37 No. Water (see advt. on out- 
side front cover) 

EQUITABLE FIRE AND MARINE 
INSURANCE CO., of Providence, 
TiUinghast & Alden, agents, 44 
No. Water (see advt. opp. inside 
back cover) 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE 
Society of the United States 
Samuel H. Cook, agent, 37 North 
Water (see advt. outside front 
cover) 

FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Phila., H. 
Van Campen, agent, 17 No. VVat- 
er (see advt. outside front cover) 

FIREMEN'S FUND INSURANCE 
CO., of California, TiUinghast &' 
Alden, agents, 44 No. Water (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

FIRST NATIONAL FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE CO., of Worcester, Mass., , 
Hiram Van Campen, agent, 17 
North Water (see advt. outside 
' front cover) 

FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., of Phil., Samuel H. Cook, 
agent, 87 North Water (see advt. 
outside front cover) 

GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CO., of 
London, TiUinghast & Alden, 
agents, 44 North Water (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover] 

GERMAN AMERICAN INS. CO., 
of New York, TilUnghast & Al- 
den, agents, 44 Nortlx Water (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., of New York, Hiram Van 
Campen, agent, 17 North Water 
(see advt. outside front cover) 

HAMBURG- BREMEN FIRE INS 
CO., of Germany, TiUinghast & 
Alden, agents, 44 No. Water (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

HANOVER FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., of New York, TilUnghast & 
Alden, agents, 44 North Water 
(see advt. opp. inside back cover) 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., of Hartford, TiUinghast & 



Alden, agents, 44 No. Water (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

HINGHAM MUTUAL FIRE IN- 
SURANCE CO.,,. of Hinghara, 
Mass., Samuel H. Cook, agent, 37 
North Water (see advt. outside 
front cover) 

HOFFMAN FIRE INSURANCE 
CO., of New York,. TiUinghast & 
Alden, agents, 44 No. Water (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

HOLYOKE MUTUAL FIRE INS. 
CO., of Salem, Hiram Van Cam- 
pen, agent, 17 No. Water (see 
advt. outside front cover) 

HOME INSURANCE CO., New 
York, TiUinghast & Alden, agts., 
44 No. Water (see advt. opp. in- 
side back cover) 

HOWARD INS. CO., of New York, 
Samuel H. Cook, agent, 37 No. 
Water (see advt. on front cover) 

IMPERIAL AND NORTHERN IN- 
SURANCE CO., of London, Law- 
rence Grinnell & Son, agts., No. 
Water, over Mechanics National 
Bank (see advt. on back cover) 

INSURANCE CO., OF NORTH 
AMERICA of PhUadelphia,-Penn- 
sylvania, TilUnghast & Alden, 
agents, 44 No. Water (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover) 

INSURANCE CO., OF THE STATE 
OF PENNSYLVANIA, Hiram 
Van Campen, agent, 17 No. Wa- 
ter (see advt. on front cover) , 

LA CAISSE GENERALE DES 
ASSURANCES AGRICOLES ET 
DES ASSURANCES CONTRE 
L'INCENDIE, of Paris, France, 
Hiram Van Campen, agent, 17 No. 
Water (see advt. on front cover) 

LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO., 
of London, Eng., H. Van Cam- 
pen, agt., 17 North Water (see 
advt. outside front cover) 

LIVERPOOL, LONDON" & GLOBE 
INS. CO., of Liverpool, Eng., L. 
GrinneU & Sou, agts.. No. Water, 
over Mechanics National Bank 
(see advt. on back cover) 

LONDON AND LANCASHIRE 
INS. CO., of London, L. Grinnell 
& Son, agents, No. Water, over 
Mechanics National Bank (see 
advt. on back cover) 

MANHATTAN LIB^E INS. CO., of 
New York, Hiram Van Campen, 
agent, 17 North Water (see advt. 
outside front cover) „ 

MANHATTAN FIRE INS. CO., o^ 
New York. H. Van Campen, agt., 
17 No. Water (see advt. outside 
front cover) 

MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL IN- 
SURANCE CO., of Boston, I. S, 
Cornish, agent, 41 William (see 
advt. back colored page) 



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MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL 
LIFE INS. CO., of Springfield, 
Hiram Van Carapen, agt., i7 No. 
Water (see advt. outside front 
cover) 

MERCHANTS INS. CO., of Provi- 
dence, Tillinghast & Alden, agts., 
44 Nortli Water (see advt. opp. 
inside back cover) 

MERCHANTS AND FARMERS 
MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO., of 
Worcester, Mass., Thomas M. 
James, agt., 40 North Water (see 
advt. on back cover) 

MERIDEN FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
ofMeriden, Conn., Tillinghast & 
Alden, agts., 44 North Water (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., of New 
York, Lawrence Grinnell & Son, 
agts., North Water, over Mechan- 
ics National Bank (see advt. on 
back cover) 

NATIONAL FIRE INS. CO. of 
Hartford, Conn., Tillinghast & 
Alden, agts., 44 North Water (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

NEWARK FIRE INS. CO. of New- 
ark, N. J., H. Van Campen, agt., 
17 North Water (see advt. on front 
cover) 

NEW YORK CITY INS. CO. of 
New York, H. Van Campen, agt., 
17 North Water (see advt. on front 
cover) 

NIAGARA INS. CO. of New York, 
Tillinghast & Alden, agts., 44 No. 
Water (see advt. opp. inside back 
cover) 

NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN- 
TILE INS. CO. of London and 
Edinburgh, Tillinghast & Alden, 
agts., 44 Nortli Water (see advt. 
opposite inside back cover) 

NORTH GERMAN FIRE INS. CO. 
of Hamburg, Germany, H. Van 
Campen, agent, 17 North Water 
(see advt. on front cover) 

ORIENT INSURANCEsCO. of Hart- 
ford, Conn., H. Van Campen, 
agt., 17 North Water (see advt. 
outside front cover) 

ORIENT MUTUAL INS. CO. of 
New York, S. H. Cook, agent, 37 
North Water (see advt. outside 
front cover) 

PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INS. CO. 
of Philadelphia, S. H. Cook, agt., 
.37 North Water (see advt. outside 
front cover) 

PHENIX INS. CO. of Brooklyn, 
N. Y., S. H. Cook, agent, 37 No. 
Water (see advt. outside front 
cover) 

PHOENIX INSURANCE CO. of 
Hartford, Conn,, S. H. Cook, agt., 



37 No. Water (see advt. outside 
front cover) 

PRESCOTT INS. CO. of Bos- 
ton, T. M. James, agent, 40 North 
Water (see advt. on back cover)) 

PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON 
INS. CO. of Providence, R. I., 
Lawrence Grinnell & Son, agents, 
No. Water, over Mechanics Na- 
tional Bank (see advt on back 
cover) 

QUEEN INS CO. of Liverpool, 
England, Tillinghast & Alden, 
agents, 44 North Water (see advt. 
opposite inside back cover) 

QUINCY MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. 
of Quincy, Hiram Van Campen, 
agent, 17 North Water (see advt. 
outside fi'ont cover) 

REVERE FIRE INS. CO. of Boston, 
T. i/L James, agent, 40 No. Water 
(see advt. on back cover) 

ROYAL INS. CO. of Liverpool, 
Lawrence Grinnell & Son, agents, 
North Water, over Mechanics Na- 
tional Bank (see advt. on back 
cover) 

SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL of 
Scotland, Tillinghast & Alden, 
agents, 44 Nortli Water (see advt. 
opposite inside back cover) 

SHaVVMUT INS. CO. of Boston, 
Tillinghast & Alden, agents, 44 
North Water (see advt. opposite 
inside back cover) 

SHOE AND LEATHER INS. CO. 
of Boston, S. H. Cook, agent, 37 
North Water (see advt. outside 
front cover) 

SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MA- 
RINE INS. CO. of Springfield, Til- 
linghast & Alden, agts., 44 North 
Water (see advt. opposite inside 
back cover) 

STAR FIRE INS. CO. of New 
York, Tillinghast & Alden, agts., 
44 North \Vater (see advt. opp. 
inside back cover) 

STATE MUTUAL LIFE ASSUR- 
ANCE CO. of Worcester, Mass., 
Samuel H. Cook, agent, 37 North 
Water (see advt. outside front 
cover) 

ST. NICHOLAS INSURANCE CO. 
of New York, H. Van Campen, 
agent, 17 North Water (see advt. 
outside front cover) 

TRADERS ANDMECHANICS INS. 
CO. (stock and mutual) of Lowell, 
H. Van Campen, agent, 17 North 
Water (see advt. outside front 
cover) 

TRAVELLERS INS. CO. of Hart- 
ford, Hiram Van Carapen, agent, 
17 North Water (see advt. outside 
front cover) 



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Insurance Companies having 
Agencies in New Bedford- 
Continued. 

UNITED FIREaiAN'S INS. CO. 
of Philadelphia, Penn., H. Van 
Campen, a^eut, 17 North Water 
(see advt. outside front cover) 

WATERTOWN FIRE INS. CO. of 
Watertown, N. Y., Hiram Van 
Campen, agent, 17 North Water 
(see advt. outside front cover) 

WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO. 
of New York, Tillinghast & Alden, 
agents, 44 North Water (see advt. 
opposite inside back cover) 

WILLIAMSBURGH CITY FIRE 
INS. CO. of New York, Tilling- 
hast & Alden, agts., 44 No. Water 
(see advt, opp. inside back cover) 

instruments (Mathematical, 
Optical and Nautical). 

SHERMAN CHARLES R.,49 North 
Water (see advt. opposite index 
to advts., page S, front) 

Iron Fence Mnfrs. 

NEW BEDFORD MACHINE 
SHOP, 90 South Water (see adv. 
dept. page 14) 

Iron Foundry. 

ACUSHNET IRON CO., North, 
c. No. Water (see adv. dept. p. 14) 

NEW BEDFORD IRON FOUN- 
DRY, E. Grin n ell, prop., 90 and 
92 South Water (see advt. front 
colored page) 

Iron Manufacturers. 

ACUSHNET IRON CO., A. Swift, 
agent, North, corner No. Water 
(see adv. dept. page 14) 

GOSNOLD MILLS (hoop, band, 
scroll, rod, horseshoe and hame), 
office and works 566 Acushnet av. 
(see advt. front colored page) 

NEW BEDFORD IRON FOUN- 
DRY, E. Grinnell, prop., 90 and 
92 South Water (see advt. front 
colored page) 

Iron Work Mnfr. 

Dean Henry N., head North Water 

Iron and Steel. 

Watkins & Handy, 13 Centre 

Italian Awnings. 

ALMY & HITCH, 66 Purchase (see 
adv. dept. page 4) 

Japanese Goods. 

WRIGHT JOHN S.,72 William (see 
adv. dept. page 3) 



Jewelers. 

{See also Watches mid Jewelry.) 
Boyd Israel T., 671 Purchase 
DEXTER J. A., Dexter block, 211 

Purchase (see insert opp p. 169) 
GIFFORD A. L., 5 Ricketson block 

(see advt. insert opp. p. 168) 
Howland N. E., 131 Purchase 
Kelley Geo. S., 240 Acushnet av. 
Kelley Wra. L., 2 Purchase, c. Union 
WILBOR ALFRED G., 199 Acush- 
net avenue (see adv. dept. p. 29) 

Job Wagons. 

{See also Truckmen.) 
Brown Andrew J., First, cor. Union 
Brownell John A., First, cor. Union 
Chase James F., First, cor. Union 
Duff David, 527 Acushnet avenue 
Goniley John A., First, cor. Union 
Hathaway Chas. M., First, c. Union 
Lawrence M., 162 South Water 
McFarlin James, First, cor. Union 
SAWIN A. K. P., Merrill's wharf 

(see adv. dept. p. 25) 
Scott Henry, .54 Sherman 
Tripp Piiilip M., First, cor. Union 
Walker Chas. H., First, cor. Union 

Junk Dealers, 

COOK WILLIAM H. & Co., 11 

and 15 No. Front (see adv. dept. 

page 38) 
Duchenay E. T., No. Water, n. Elm 
TKEEMAN M. L., 86 Prospect (see 

adv. dept. p. 12) 
Gardner J. T., 90 South Second 
McCullough John, 19 and 21 North 

Front 
Miller William, 165 South Front 
Paige J as. H., Head of the River 
Shea Michael J., 130 South First 

Justice of the Peace. 

{See also County Officers.) 
COOK SxlMUEL H., 37 No. Water 
(see advt. on front cover) 

Kindling Wood. 

HART & AKEN, oS South Water, 9 
North Water and foot of Coffin 
(see advt. opp. contents) 

ROBBINS AUGUSTUS, Court (see 
adv. dept. page 1) 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

{See House Furnishing Goods.) 

Ladders, Steps, etc. 

SOWLE F. A., 77, 79 and 81 North 
Water (see insert opp. p. 237) 



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Laundries. 

Bay State Laundry, 20 Xo. Water 
CITr STEAM LAUNDRY, Frank 
H. Dunham, prop., 5:J2 Acuslinet 
av. (see advt. top line front cover) 
Lee Moy H., 93 Middle 

Lawyers. 

Barney Edwin L., 174- North Water 
Bouney Cliarles T., 42 North Water 
Borden Alanson, 22 and 2oEobeson 

buildino- 
Brown Georc^e H., 17* North Water 
Clarke Albert E., 42 North Water 
Collins Albert B., 42 North Water 
Crapo, Chfford & Clifford, 35 North 

Water 
Desmond Thomas F., 20 Robeson 

buildins; 
Greene Francis B., 36^- No. Water 
Holmes Lem Le Baron, 36^ North 

Water 
Johnson Wra. H., 14 Robeson bldg. 
Knowlton H. M., 36 North Water 
Mackie Adam, 104 Union 
Marston George, 35 North Water 
Marston & Cobb, 35 North Water 
Milliken Frank ,A., room 21, Robe- 
son building- 
Palmer Geo. H., 13 Robeson bldg. 
Parker tV". C. jr., room ], Robeson 

bLiilding 
Perry Arthur E., 36 North Water 
Pierce Philip A., 26 North Water 
Prescott Oliver, 26 North Water 
Ray Isaiah C, 230 Purchase 
SuUavou Manuel, Robeson building, 

room 10 
Stetson Thomas M., 36 1-2 N. Water 
Tappan Francis W., 22 No. Water 
Tucker Geo. F., 21 Robeson bldg. 
West H. N., 13 Robeson building 
Willcox Lemuel T., 4 and 5 Robeson 

building 

Leather Manufacturers. 

ROSE SIMON M., rear 550 Acush- 
net avenue (see adv. dept., p. 23) 
Wade Job, Wall, n. Acushuet av. 

Lime, Brick, and Cement. 

CORSON T. S., Front, corner Mid- 
dle (see advt. insert opp. p. 169) 

DouU James, 2 School 

Paine S. S. & Bro., North Front, 
corner Hazard's wbarf 

PAISLER CHARLES S., 118 North 
Water (see advt. front col'd page) 

Linens (Imported). 

HOWARD JACOB & BRO., 289 
and 201 Purchase (see adv. dept., 
page 36) 

20 



Liquors. 

Allen Edward, § Pearl 

Sisson James E., 38 and 40 South - 

Water 
Sullivan John, Qu^ South Water 
Wallace W. H., 69 South Water 

Liver Pads. 

Hinckley N. S. Mrs., agent, 18 Robe- 
son building 

Locksmiths. 

EGGERS SELMAR, 6 William (see 

adv. dept., p. 36) 
Gifford Thos. J. & Co., 66 William 
MORRILL L. H. 87 Middle (see 

adv. dept., p. 7) 
Sherman Wm. R.,49 North Water 

Lumber Dealers. . 

Bosworth Wm. & Son. North Front, 

corner Hazard's wharf 
BRIGGS CHAS.. City Planing mill, 

Leonard's wharf (see adv. dept., 

page 12) 
Butler William F. (oak), rear 666 

Acushnet avenue 
Doull .fames, 2 School 
GREENE »fe WOOD. Leonard's whf. 

(see adv. dept., p. 38) 
H.ATHAWAY THOMAS H., foot 
• Walnut, corner South Front (see 

adv. dept., p. 13) 
SHERMAN JAMES L. & CO., 132 

No. Water (see adv. dept., p. 37j 
SOWLE F. A., 77, 79 and 81 North 

Water (see advt. insert, opi^o- 

site page 237) 
Tillinghast & Terry, 125 No. Water 
Topham Robert C, 1, 3, 5, 2, and 4 

Griffin 

Machinery Castings. 

NEW BEDFORD IRON FOUND- 
RY, Edmund Grinnell, proprietor, 
90 and 92 South Water (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Machinists. 

BOWKER & TRIPP, North, cor- 
ner Water (see adv. dept., p. 13) 

JENNEY PERRY P. (repair shop), 
40 Kempton (see adv. dept., p. 34) 

NEW BEDFORD MACHINE SHOP 
Wm. Wattie, manager, 90 South 
Water (see adv. dept., p. 14) 

Machinists' Tools. 

Morse Twi-t Drill and Machine Co., 
Bedford, corner Fourth 

Mantels. 

THOMAS MORGAN & CO., 205 
Purchase (see advt. front col'd p., 
opp. map) 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIEECTOHY. 



Manufacturing Chemist. 

DAVIS HENRY V., factory, Court, 
■ corner Chancery, office, 40 North 
Water (see advt., insert, opposite 
* page 1(58) 

Manufacturing Companies. 

GOSNOLD MILLS (chains and an- 
chors), 5GG Acushnet avenue (see 
advt. front colored page) 

Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co., 
(twist drills and reamers), Fourth, 
corner Bedlord 

Mt. Washington Glass Co. (glass 
ware), prospect 

NEW BEDFORD COPPER CO. 
(yellow and patent bronze metal 
sheathing), Rodman, cor. North 
Front (see advt. front col'd page) 

NEW BEDt^ORD CORDAGE CO., 
Rotch's sq. (see adv. dept., p. 21) 

NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO. (hard- 
ware and tools), John Herbert, 
supt, H. V. Davis, treas., 65 
William (see adv. dept., p. 15) 

Potomska Mills (cotton cloth), So. 
Water 

Wamsutta Mills (cotton cloth), 
Wamsutta 

Wamsutta Needle Co , T F. Tillin- 
ghast, pres., 114 North Water 



MapSj Charts, etc. 

SHERMAN CHARLES R., 49 No. 
Water (see advt. opp. index to 
advts. ) 



Marble Mantels and Shelves. 

SOWLE F. A., 77, 79, and 81 North 
Water (see insert opp. p. 237) 



Marble Workers. 

ALLEN FREDERICK, 20 No. Sec- 
ond (see adv. dept. page 3) 

Cole Theodore W., 20 V\ illiam 

NEW BEDFORD MONUMENTAL 
MARBLE WORKS, Thos. Dona- 
ghy, prop., foot of School 

NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., John 
Hevbert, supt, 05 Wihiam (see 
adv. dept. p. 15) 



Marine Railway Companies. 

City Wharf and Railway, Horace 

G. llowland, agent, oftice 1 City 

wharf 
Fish Island Wharf and Marine Eail- 

wayCo., Horace G. Howland, agt., 

oftice 1 Citv wharf 



Masons. 

Browrnell Benjamin S., new County 

road, near Durfee 
Davis F. B., 165 Grinnell 
Dunham Alfred C. (stone), 5 West 

Max field 
Francis Ezra, 107 Hillman 
Howland Paul, State, c. Campbell 
Ingalls Wilham, 9 Morgan 
Jenney Wm. B., 174 Grinnell 
LeeE.' W., 75 Mill 
Nelson George, 200 South Second 
Peirce Martin L., 86 Mill 
Pierce Asa B., 147 Elm 
Sawyer Gideon T., 48 North 
Taber Charles H., 157 Middle 
Taber Gibbs, 74 Mill 
Tripp John M.,-150 Mill 
Yiual F. H., 72 Bedford 



Mattresses (Mnfrs.). 

CPtAFTS & ALLEN, 160 Main (see 
adv. dept. p. 28) 



Masons' Supplies. 

PAISLER CHAS. S., 118 No. Wa- 
ter (see advt. front colored page) 



Master in Chancery. 

Barney Edwin L., 17^ North Water 



Mast and Spar Makers. 

Beetle Rodolphus, 130 No. Water 
Johnson c% Kirby, Front, south of 

Ferry slip 
Ryder & Smith, 152 No. Water 
Smith & Allen, foot of Walnut 



Mathematical, Nautical and 
Optical Instruments. 

SHERMAN C. R., 49 North Water 
(see advt. opp. index to advts. p. 
8, front) 



Mechanics' Tools. 

Kirby H. S.. 8 Commercial wharf 
NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., John 

Herbert, supt., 65 William (see 

adv. dci)t. page 15) 
SOWLE F. A., 87, 79 and 81 North 

Water, corner Elm (see insert 

opposite page 237) 
VINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 

(see adv. dept. page 20) 



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Medicines. 

[See also Apothecaries and I)vug- 
gists; also Patent Medicines.) 

BLAKE JAMES E., 64 No. Second 
(«ee advt. front colored page) 

CARTER ROBERT H., 215 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. page 20) 

FAIRBROTHER N. F. MISS (On- 
gentine and Emolient salve), 85 
South Second (see advt. front 
colored page) 

HADLEY FRANK R., 49 Purchase 
(see advt. opposite index to advts. 
page 8, front) 

Mann M. E. Miss (seven barks), 133 
Purchase 

Pease Peleg Mrs., 74 Griunell 

TAYLOR JOHN P., prop. South 
End Drug Store, 187 and 189 Acu- 
shnet avenue (see adv. dept. p. 24) 



Merchants. 

( -See also Ship Merchants; also Com- 
mission Merchants.) 
Aiken & Swift, North, near North 

S. cond 
Bourne Jonathan, 3 Merrill's vpharf 
Cooke H. B. Mrs., 144 Union 
Crocker G. O., 7 Commercial whf. 
Cummings Beuj. T., Tabei-'s wharf 
Gifford Charles H., Taber's wharf 
Hathaway Francis, Rodman, cor. 

North Front 
Hathaway Horatio, Rodman, cor. 

North Front 
Hathaway Wm., jr., foot of Walnut 
Howlaud Geo., jr.. North, near No. 

Second 
Howland Mathew, North, near No. 

Second 
Ivers Samuel, 148 County 
Kempton David B., North, corner 

North Water 
Knowles John P.. 2d., Front, coi- 
ner Commercial wharf 
Knowles Thomas & Co., 24 Union 

and 5 Front 
Lewis William, 13 Hamilton 
McCullough John, 19 and 21 North 

Front 
Randall Charles S., Rodman, cor. 

North Front 
Snow Loum & Son, 29 No. Front 
SWIFT & ALLEN, Taber's block, 

Taber's wharf (see adv. dept. p. 7) 
Taber Henry, Central wharf 
Taber, Gordon & Co., Central whf., 

corner Front 
Thompson James D., 88 Union 
Tucker John F. & Co., 29 No. Front 
Watkins Wm., 13 Centre 
West Simeon N., 104 LTnion 
Wing J. & W. R., Ill Union 



Milliners and Millinery 
Goods. 

Bowman H. Alice, 184 County 
Church Lydia C. Mrs., 6 Pleasant 
Coffin H. B., 52 Purchase 
Cushman D. P. Mrs., 229 Purchase 
Delano N. P. Miss, 8 Purchase 
Dexter R. A. Miss, 154 Union 
Driscoll Jennie Mrs., 77 Elm 
Haskell Sarah J. H., 21 Bedford 
Ely Marietta G. Miss, 224 Acushnet 

avenue 
Jack Irene R. Mrs., 15 Bedford 
Johnson J. Mrs., 224 Purchase 
Meader M. T. Mrs., 155 Union 
Melling Ann, 400 Purchase 
Melling Jennie, 400 Purchase 
Nooning H. H. & Co., 4 and 6 Pur- 
chase 
Nye L. J. Mrs., 20 Pleasant 
Packard L. H. Mrs., 11 Pleasant 
Reynolds C. R. & Co. Misses, 13 

Pleasant 
Sherman T. E., 17 Purchase 
Waite Benj. H. & Co., 40 Purchase 
West R. B. Mrs., 23 Pleasant 



Mill Machinery. 

COLLINS & BOWIE, 90 So. W&ter 

(see adv. dept. p. 16) 
N. B. MACHINE SHOP, 90 South 

Water (see adv. dept. p. 14) 



Mill Wrights. 

COLLINS & BOWIE, 90 So. Water 
(see adv. dept. p. 16) 



Moldings and Window 
Frames. 

HATHAWAY THOMAS H., foot 
Walnut, cor. So. Front (see adv. 
dept. p. 13) 

SOWLE F. A., 77, 79 and 81 North. 
Water (see insert opp. p. 237) 



Music and Musical Instru- 
ments. 

(See also Piano-Fortes.) 
Boden E., jr., 47 Purchase 
Church Charles L., 164 Purchase 
Cunningham John, 62 Union 
Hopkins John, 73 William 
Perry John F, & Co., 143 Union 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSHSTESS DIEECTOEY. 



Music Teachers. 

Adams Edith Miss, 117 Maxfield 
Aiken Nancy C, 122 Acuslmet av. 
Allen Emily Miss, 25 Bush 
Baker Adelaide G., 45 Chestnut 
Bennett Ada O. Miss, 178 Grinnell 
Comerford Mary Miss, 2o2 County 
Crowell Lizzie N. Miss, 21 &o. Sixth 
Eaton Josiah, jr., 147^ Union 
Eaton Louis H., 147i Union 
Hayes E. L. Miss, 10 Hillman 
Hayes L. G. Miss, 10 Hillman 
Heap Wm. H., 178 State 
Hill George, 6 Liberty Hall bldg. 
Jennings A. J. Mrs. 158 Acushuet 

avenue 
Macy Hannah A. Miss, 161 Grin- 
nell 
PIEIICE H. P., .38 Mill 
Rooth Harriet E. Miss, 83 Walden 
Sampson Edith A. Miss, 130 Chestnut 
Swan A. W., 8 Gummings bldg. 
Swift O. v., 'lO*; South Second 

Musicians, Readers 8t Writ- 
ers Supplies, 

New Bedford Economy Co., 387 
Purchase 

. Naptha Cleaning. 

CRAFTS & ALLEN, 160 Union (see 
adv. dept. p. 28) 

Nautical Instruments, 

SHERMAN C. R., 49 North Water 
(see advt. opp. index to advts. p. 

8 front) 

Nava! Stores. 

HART c% AKI.NT, 58 So. Water and 

9 No. Water (see advt. opp. con- 
tents) 

Newspapers and Publishers. 

BRLSTOL COUNTY JOURNAL 
(weekly), 387 Purchase 

DAILY MERCURY, Mercury Pub- 
lishing Co., 92 Union (see adv. 
dept. page 33) 

EVENING STANDARD, E. Antho- 
ny ife Sons, pubs., 67 Union (see- 
adv. dept. page 33) 

NEW BEDFORD SIGNAL (week- 
ly), Geo. Robertson, pub. and 
prop., 24 School 

NEW BEDFORD WEEKLY MER- 
CURY, Mercury Publishing Co., 
92 Union (see adv. dept. page 33) 

REPUBLICAN STANDARD 
(weekly), E. Anthony & Sons, 
pubs., 07 Union (see adv. dept. 
p. 33) 



WHALEMAN'S SHIPPING LIST 
& MERCHANTS TRANSCRIPT,. 
Eben. P. Raymond, pub. and prop. 
8 So. Second (see adv. dept. p. 31) 

• 

Notaries Public. 

{See also County Officers.) 

Clifford Chas. W., 35 No. Water 
Clifford Walter, 35 No. Water 
Cobb W. H., 35 No. Water 
CODD T. A., 18 So. Water (see adv. 

dept. p. 3) 
COOK SAMUEL H., .37 No, Water 

(see advt. on front cover) 
Crapo Wm. W., 35 No. Water 
Marston George, 35 No. Water 

Novelty Works. 

New Bedford Novelty Works, W. 
L. Bonney & Co., props., Pleas- 
ant, c. Mechanics lane 



Nurses. 

Allen Sarah H., Allen, c. Plainville 
Barber Edward E., 180 Kempton 
Bliss George, 175 Grinnell 
Bumphrey Caroline T., 91 Wash- 
ington 
Covil Mercy Miss, 42 No. Second 
Davis Leroy W. Mrs., 64 State 
Grimshaw Lydia R. Mrs., 74 Robe- 
son 
Harps Lydia C, 85 Kempton 
Hicks Anna R. Mrs.. 63 Mechanics 

lane 
Lewis Elvira, 129 Acushnet av. 
Snow Abby Mrs., 13 Maxfield 
Tripp Almira, 228 South Second 
Tripp Mary D. Mrs., 63 Foster 
West A. T. Mrs., 13 Maxfield 
Wilkie Mrs., 94 Bedford 
Williams Naomi M. Mrs., 98 Elm 
Wood Cynthia M. Mrs., 82 Forest ' 

Nurserymen. 

(See also Florists.) 

Covell Benjamin B., Acushnet av. 

HOWARD WM. M., 34 Arnold, cor. 
So. Cottage (see adv. dept. p. 4) 

Keen Washington, Maxfield, above 
Cedar 

LUCE WM._T., 172 County (see adv. 
dept. p. 2 

McAfee JOHN, Dartmouth, of- 
fice 75 Union (see adv. dept. p. 32) 

PEIRCE WILLIAM, Elm, c. Cot- 
tage, store 102 Union (see adv. 
dept. page 6) 

Oakum, Tar, Pitch 8tc. 

WEEKS REUBEN & SON, City 
wharf (see adv. dept. p. 21) 



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309 



Oculist and Aurist. 

SPEXCER CHARLES L., 02 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. p. 23) 

Oil Dealers. 

BULLOCH A. & CO., Howland, of- 
fice, 27 William (see adv. dej)!:,, 
p. S) 

Gardner E. R. & Co., 9 Rodman 

HART & AKIN, 5S So. Water (see 
advt. opp. contents) 

Ivers Samuel, 148 County 

NYE WILLIAM F. (lubricatina*), 
So. Pier, Fisli Island (see advt. 
front colored pacje) 

POTTER Wil. F.'& CO., Union, c. 
Front (see adv. dept. p. 21) 

Tucker & Bryant, lOi and 106 No. 
Water 



Oil Manufacturers. 

Homer Geo. S., Prospect, corner 

South, office 2o Centre 
Kelley Ezra (watch), Mt. Pleasant, 

corner Mt. Vernon 
NYE W. F., South Pier, Fish Island 

(see advt. front colored page) 

Oil and Candle Mnfrs. 

BARKER A. R., Leonard street 

(see adv. dept. page 9) 
DELANO GEO. & CO. (mnfg.), 

South Second, corner South, and 

office 140 Front street, New York 

(see adv. dept. page 8) 
HASTINGS & CO., foot of Grinnell 

(see adv. dept. page 9) 
Homer Geo. S., Prospect, c. Soutli 
Leonard Samuel & Son, 23 Centre 
Robinson W. A. Co., 50 So. Water 
THAYER & JUDD PARAFFUSTE 

CO., Rotch's wharf (see adv. dept. 

page G) 

Oil (Petroleum). 

{See also Oil and Candles.) 

POTTER W. F. & CO., No. Front, 

cor. Union (see adv. dept. p. 21) 

Old Ships, Dealers in. 

COOK W. H. & CO., 9 and 1.5 North 
Front (see adv. dept. page 38) 

McCullough John, 19 and 21 North 
Front 

Omnibus Line. 

(See also Stage Lines.) 
Head of the River, Andrew E. Hath- 
away, prop., 75 William 



Optical Instruments. 

SHERMAN CHARLES R., 49 No. 
Water (see advt. opposite index, 
to advts. page 8 front) 

Opticians- 

DEXTER J. A., 211 Purchase (see 

advt. insert opposite page 169) 
Dexter & Haskins, 20 Purchase 

Organ Tuner and Repairer. 

PEIRCE GEORGE, 162 Union (see 
adv. dept. page 16) 

Overall Manufacturer. 

Read C. W., 155 North Water 

Oyster Dealers. 

(See also Fish Dealers.) 
Dean J. H. & Co., 13 North Second 

Paint Manufacturers. 

' BROWNELL H. J. & (JO., School, 
corner First (see .advt. on front 
cover) 

Cook Thomas W. & Co., Front, cor- 
ner School 

HART & AKIN, 58 South Water 
(see advt. opposite contents) 

KIRBY GEO. JK., Wall, n. Acush- 
net avenue (see adv. dept. p. 32) 

Paint Can tVlnfrs. 

PARKER .% SHERMAN, Water,cor. 
Union (upstairs) (see advt. inside 
front cover) 

Painters (House, Ship and 
Sign.) 

Babcock S., 38 School 

Barrows, Lawton & Co., 90 North 

Water, west of North Front 
Booth William N., 184 Kempton 
Boweu Geo. S. & Co., 30 and 32 

Union 
BraleyA. H.,96 Kempton 
CASVVELL WM. H.. 21 and 31 Un- 
ion, corner Front (see adv. dept., 

page 35) 
Crear R. G.,.35i Union 
DeWolf James, 164 Acnshnet av. 
DUNHAM WM. L., 20 South Water 

(see adv. dept.. p. 2G) 
Fales Peter (ornamental), 91 North 

Water 
GIFFORD OLIVER E., So. Water, 

cor. School (see adv. dept., p. 34) 
HART & AKIN, 58 South Water 

and 9 North Water (see advt. opp. 

contents) 



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Painters (House, Ship, and 
Sign— Continued. 

, HATHAWAY THOMAS H. (con- 
tracts made for paiutino: houses 
and vessels), foot Walnut, corner 
•South Front (see adv. dept., p. 18) 
HAZZARD JAMES B., Mechanics 
• lane (see advt. front col'd page) 
JENKIN^S BEN'J. S., 431 Acushuet 

avenue (see adv. dept., p. 35) 
KEMPTON EBENEZER J., foot 

of Middle (see ail v. dept. p. 3.")) 
Kern & Wright, 44 South Water 
Lawrence Charles E., Second, opp. 

P. O. 
Lav?rence Ephraira 2d, 8.5 Middle 
Manchester Asa P., 70 South Water 
MAXFIELD WM., 25 Centre (see 

adv. dept., p. 34) 
Moriarty Josepli T., 192 So. Water 
Ealeigh 0. S. (marine), 31 Union 
Russell & Co.. 3 Fifth 
Sowle E. A., 2 Hilhiian 
Stubbs Henry C, 34 VA'ing 
Thompson Charles, 93 Maxfield 
Wady & Taber, Mechanics lane 
West John P., 726 Purchase 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 

Barrows, Cawton & Co., 90 North 

Water, west of North Front 
BROWNELL H. J. & CO., School, 

corner First (see advt. on front 

cover) 
CASWELL WM. H., 21 and 31 Un- 
ion, corner Front (see adv. dept., 

page .35) 
DUNHAxM Wn^LIAM L., 20 South 

Water (see adv. dept, p. 26) 
GIFFORD OLIVER E., South Wat- 
er, c. School (see adv. dept., p. 34) 
HART & AKIN, 58 South Water,. 

and 9 North Water (see advt. opp. 

contents) 
HATHAWAY THOMAS H., foot 

Walnut, corner South Front (see 

adv. dept., p. 13) 
Kern & Wright, 44 South Water 
JENKINS BENJ. S., 431 Acushnet 

avenue (see adv. dept., p. 35) 
KEMPTON EBENEZER J., foot of 

Middle (see adv. dept., p. 35; 
Landers Chas. S., 25 Middle 
Lawrence Ephraim 2d, 85 Middle 
MAXFIELD WILLIAM, 25 Centre 

(see adv. dept , p. 34) 
Moriarity Jos. T., 192 South Water 
SOWLE E. A., 2 Hillman 
SOWLE F. A., 77, 79 and 81 North 

Water (see advt., insert opp. page 
'237) 
SUL LINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 123 

Union, and 345 Acushnet avenue 

(see adv. dept., p. 15) 
Ti'ipp Chester L. (carriage), Durfee, 

near Ashland 



Paper Box Makers, 

COFFIN BROTHERS, Standard 
building. Union (see adv. dept., 
page 12) 

Paper and Paper Bags. 

DEWS EDWIN, 103, 105, and 107 
Union, and 123 Purchase (see 
advt. on front cover) 

Paper Hangers. 

{See also Painters). 

IJarrows, Lawton & Co., 90 North 

Water 
CASWELL W. H., 21 and 31 Union 

. (see adv. dept., p. 35) 
DUNHAM WM. L., 20 So. Water 

(see adv. dept., p. 26) 
Ellen wood Theodore W., 51 North 
GIFFORD O. E., South Water, cor. 

School (see adv. dept., p. 34) 
HART & AKIN, 58 South Water, 

and 9 North Water (see advt. opp. 

contents) 
JENKINS BENJ. S., 431 Acushnet 

avenue (see adv. dept., p. 35) 
KEMPTON EBENEZER J., foot of 

Middle (see adv. dept. pasre 35) 
Kern & Wright, 44 Sor^th Water 
Lawrence Chas. E., Second, opp. 

P.O. 
Lawrence Ephraim 2d, 85 Middle 
MAXFIELD WM., 25 Center (see 

adv. dept. page 34) 
Sowle E. A.. 2 Hillman 
Thatcher Geo. L., Emerson, cor. 

West Willis 
Thompson Charles. 93 Maxfield 

Paper Hangings. 

Bliss & Nye, 121 Union 
Purington & Brown, 59 Purchase 
Taylor Henry J., 41 Purchase 

Paper Stock Dealers. 

{See also Junk Dealers.) 
Brownell Wm. O., estate of, North, 

cor. Central wharf and 4, 6, and 

8 Central whai-f 
COOK WM. H. & CO., 9 and 15 

No. Front (see adv. dept. p. 33) 
Thacher Albert D., Front, corner 

Comrhercial 

Paraffine Wax. 

THAYER & JUDD PARAFFINE 
CO., Rotch'swhf. (see adv. dept., 
page 6) 

Pastry. 

MILLIKEN E. C. 435 and 439 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. page 2) 



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11 



Patent Medicines. 

{See also Medicines; also Apothe- 
cnries.) 

BLAKE J AS. E., 64 N'orth Second 
(see advt. front colored page) 

C EN TEAL UNION ASSOCIA- 
TION, B. F. Brownell, treas., 5 
No. Sixth (see adv. dept. p. 30) 

FAIRBROTHERN. F. MISS, ranfr. 
"Ono-entiue and Emolient Salve," 
85 South Second (see advt. front 
colored page) 

HADLEY FRANK R., 49 Purchase 
(see advt. opp. index to advts. 
page 8 f^-ont) 

PARKER H. W., 150 Union (see 
insert opp. page 197) 

TAYLOR ,JOH>^ P., prop. South 
End Drug Store, 187 and 189 
Acushnet av. (see adv. dept. p. 24) 

Patent Solicitors. 

Palmer Geo. H., 13 Robeson bldg. 

Pattern Makers. 

ACUSHNET IRON CO., North, cor. 

Nortli Water (see adv. dept. p. 14) 
BRIGHTMAN & WASHBURN". 51 

to 55 North Water (see adv. dept. 

page 12) 
COLLINS & BOWIE. 90 So. Water 

(see adv. dept. page 16) 

Pawn Brokers. 

Cunningham John, 62 Union 
Furber George W., estate of, U So. 
. Water 

Periodicals'and Newspa- 
pers. 

BuUard Amasa, 9 Pleasant 

DEWS EDWIN, 103, 105, and 107 

Union and 123 Purchase (see advt. 

on front cover) 
Hutchinson Sylvauder, 142 Union 
Luce Ambrose E., jr.. 178 County 
Spooner Chas. H., 360 Purchase 

Pharmacists. 

CARTER ROBERT H., 215 Pur- 
ch^ise (see adv. dept. page 20) 

SOUTH END PHARMACY, John 
P. Taylor, prop'r, 187 and 189 
Acushnet av. (see adv. dept. p. 24) 

Photographers. 

Andrews Fred'k W., 68 Purchase 
Doane Robert N. B., 36 Purchase 
GIFF< RD NOAH, .54 Purchase (see 

advt. front colored page) 
Hatch H. F., 92 Purchase 
Knowles J. C, 12 Purchase 



PAELOW GEORGE F., 5 Purchase 

(see advt. page 32 front) 
Eoberts J. D., 62 Purchase 
Smith M., 134^ Union 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

(Members of the Mass. Medical Society.) 
Abbe Edward P., room 1 Ricketson 

block 
Cornish A., 3 Pleasant (Cheapside) 
Hayes Stephen W., 80 Purchase 
Hooper Frederick H., 150 County 
Hough George T., 95 Elm 
Jennings J. Henry, 85 William 
Johnson Henry, 14 South Sixth 
Mackie John H., 7 Morgan 
Pierce A. M., 1 Eicketson block 
Prescott Chas. D., 120 William 
Spare John, 92 Purchase, house 228 

Union, corner Arch 
Stickney Charles D., 148^ Union 
Svvasey Charles L., 93^ Middle 
Tucker E. T., 12 Pope" 
Vermyne J. J. B., 174 Union 

Other Physicians. 

Brownell Wm. E., r. 5 Parker House 
Brown Horace M., room 1 Ricket- 
son block 
Chace Ann IL, 175 Union 
Channing Rhoda A. Miss (eclectic), 

284 Acushnet avenue 
Churbuck L- A. Mrs. (homoeopath- 
ic), 150 Purchase 
Clarke Henry B., 181 Union 
Dunbar George H., 179 William 
Higgins Alvah M., 100 High 
Howland B. C. (homoeopathic), 89 

William 
LEAMING PHILIPS, (eclectic), 62 
Purchase(see advt. front col' d p.) 
Leonard Melcon H., 1 Bedford 
LILLEY WM. (cancer), 77 Thomas 

(see advt. insert opp. page 168) 
Matthes G. Felix (homceo.), 17 So. 

Sixth 
Murray Michael A., 139 Purchase 
Noble E. H. (homceo. >, 175 Purchase 
Normandie Louis, 206 Pleasant 
Perry Edward M., 137 County 
Reed Robert G. (homoeo.), 101 

Campbell 
Ricketson Arthur, 268 County 
Sisson Edward R. (homo30.), 15 

Eighth 
SPENCER CHARLES L., 92 Pur- 
chase, cor. Elm (see adv. dept. 
page 23) 
Sweet Job & Son (bone-setters), 

119 Kempton 
Taylor Wm. H., 139 Union 
Waite Edwin E., 107 William 
Webster Joseph, Acushnet avenue 
Wheeler E. B. Mrs. (botauic),37Elm 
Wilder Daniel (homoeopathic), 160 
Purchase 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Pianos and Melodeons. 

Eoden E., jr., 47 Purcliase 
Chuicli (Jluiries L., 164 Purchase 
Hopkins John, 7o William 
Eootli Benjamin S., S3 Walden 

Piano Tuners and Repairers. 

PEIRCE GEO., 162 Union (see adv. 

dept. page 36) 
Eooth Benj. F., 172 Acushnet av. 
Rooth Benjamin S., 83 Walden 

Pictures 86 Picture Frames. 

Ellis Leonard B., 76 William 
Peirce Benjamin W. (estate of), 146 
Union 



Picture Frame Mnfrs. 

Ellis Leonard B., 76 William 
Peirce & Bushnell, 72, 74 and 76 

North Water, office 58 do. 
Taber Charles & Co., 6 No. Water 



Plane Manufacturers. 

NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., John 
Herbert, supt., 12 and 65 William 
(see adv. dept. page 15) 

Planing Mills. 

Allen and VVashburn, 140 No. Water 
CITY PLANI.NG MILLS, Greene 

& Wood, agents, I^eonard's whf. 

(see adv. dept. page 38) 
RYDER LINUS, 9 Pine (see advt. 

insert opp. page 168) 



Plumbers. 

Gififord Thomas J. & Co., 66 Wil- 
liam, corner Acushnet avenue 

GIFFORD & ALLEN, North Front, 
cor. Hazard's wharf (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Harrington John, .503 Purchase 

HAYDEN & GROSSMAN, 185 
Acushnet avenue (see adv. line 
on front cover) 

Knox Andrew, 2 South Second 

Lewis J. li., 43 North Second 

Ryan Bros., 487 Purchase 

Tobey & Coggeshall, 48 and 50 Wil- 
liam 

White Phineas, 361 Acushnet av. 

WOOD BRIGHTMAN & CO., 45 
North Water (see advt. opp. in- 
side front cover) 



Polish Manufacturer. 

TUELL CIIAS. A., 113 Union (see 
advt. on back cover) 



Pork, Lard, and Hams. 

BRALEY JASPER W., 214 and 
216 (bounty (see adv. dept. p. 30) 

Brownell & Lapham, Market, cor- 
ner Sixth 

LUCE WM. T., 172 County and 238 
Cedar (see adv. dept. page 27) 

Powder Dealers. 

EGGERS SELMAR (Hazard's), 10 
William (see adv. dept. page 36) 

Parker Frederick (Dupont's), 11 
Purchase 

Printers. ♦ 

ANTHONY E. & SONS, 67 Union 

(see adv. dept. page 33) 
KNIGHT C. VV. (card and job), 45 

William (see adv. dept. page 17) 
MERCURY PUBLISHING CO., 92 

Union (see adv. dept. paee 33) 
Wheaton Walter F., 52 William 

Private Schools. 

(See also Academies.) 
Aimwell School, North, n. Foster 
Allen Joseph jr. Mrs., 25 Bush 
Gifford Sarah D. Miss, 57 Summer 
Howland Catherine Miss, South 

Eighth, near Union 
Richmond James H. C, 21 Seventh 

Produce Dealers. 

Barrows J. N., 31 Union 

BRALEY JASPER W.,214 and 216 
County (see adv. dept. page 30) 

Cunningham W. IT., 31 Union 

GIBBS LOT H., 2»6 and 28 Union 
(see adv. dept. page 31) 

HUMPHREY JAMiES L. jr. & CO., 
21 North Second (see adv. dept. 
page 30) 

McAFEE JOHN, 75 Union (see adv. 
dept. page 32) 

POTTER WILLIAM F. & CO., Un- 
ion, c- Front (see adv. dept. p. 21) 

RHODES & KAVENAGH, 622 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. page 30) 

Wilbur Lemuel C, 197 Purchase 

WOOD J. A. & CO., 34 Union (see 
adv. dept. page 38) 

Provisions, &c. (Wholesale). 

ANTHONY, SWIFT & CO., Bridge 
"street, Parker's wharf (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Provision and Meat Markets. 

ACUSHNET CO-OPERATIVE AS- 
SOCIATION, 213 Acushnet av. 
(see adv. (dept. page 28) 

ADAMS E.'C. & SON, 66 Smith 
(see adv. dept. page 20) 



NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Almy A. A., Hillman, cor. Cedar 
ASHLEY A. DAYIS, ()(33 Purchase 

(see adv. dept. page 2) 
BAYLIES WILLIAM, 8 and 4 Un- 
ion (see adv. dept. pajje 29) 
BLISS FRAXK C, South Sixth, 
comer Griuuell (see adv. dept. 
pao-e 22) 
BOARD.MAN THOMAS, 587 Pur- 

chiise (see adv. dept. page 26) 
BRALEY J. VV., 214 and"216 Coun- 
ty (see adv. dept. page 30) 
Brownell i!c Lapham, Sixtli, corner 

Market square 
Bryant & Peirce. 174 County 
CEXTRAL UNION ASSOCIA- 
TION, .3 No. Sixth, B. F. Brown- 
ell. treas. (see adv. dept. page 30) 
Clare John, 221 South Water' 
Covidl aud Ashley. 177 Purchase 
Cota ct Smith, Cedar, cor. Middle • 
Dailey John W., 4 South Second 
Dwioht .James E., 60 So. Second 
DWiOHT WM. B. & CO., 179 

Acushnet avenue (see adv. dept. 

page 25) 
DYER JOHN E., 216 Acushnet av- 
enue, corner Cannon (see adv. 

dept. page 2.5) 
GIBBS LOT H., 26 and 28 Union 

(see adv. dept. page 31) 
Gififord & Barker, 8 JMarket square 
Hamilton Augustus, 154 North 
HAMMOND HERBERT & CO., 

168^ Kempton(see adv. dept. p. 29) 
Handy Nye, 159 Purchase 
Holcomb Henry & Son, 71 South 

Second 
Holcomb Monroe, 201 South Water 
Holcomb Roland, 32 School 
HOLDEN C. H., Fairhaven bridge 

(see advt. front colored page) 
KIRK JOHN 1st, 374 Purchase (see 

adv. di-pt. page IS) 
LEWIS O. B., 347 Acushnet avenue 

(see adv. dept. page page IS) 
LUCE AVILLIAM 'i;., 172 County 

(see adv. dept. page 27) 
Macomber George B., 539 to 543 

Purchase 
Mills James, Central Market, 9 No. 

Sixth 
MORSE F. & CO., 239 Middle (see 

adv. dept. page 19) 
NYE S. G., 35 Union (see adv. dept. 

page 32) 
Perry Samuel S., 154 Purchase 
POTTER WM. F. & CO., Union, 

c. No. Front (see adv. dept. p. 21) 
RHODES & KAVENAGH, 622 

Purcha.se (see adv. dept. page 30) 
Rock James, 265 South Water 
SHERMAN L C. & SON, 11 Fourth, 

cor. Bedford (see adv. dept. p, 28) 
Snow O. S., Sixth, cor. Elm 
Snow Sylvester, 58 County 



STANTON A. G. & CO., 131 Acush- 
net avenue (see adv. dept. p. 24) 
Taylor B. A., 186 County 
Vieera & Rogers. 25 Howland 
Weeden Wm': W., 120 Washington 
WOOD CHARLES H., 128 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. p. 37) 
Wordell & Cook, 108 William 

Prussiate of Potash, Cyan- 
uret of Potassium, and 
Prussian Blue Manufr'y. 

DAVIS HENRY v.. Factory, Court, 
cor. Chancery, office, 40 North, 
Water(see advt. insert opp. p. 168) 

Public Administrators. 

Barney E. L., 17^ North Water 
Bonnev Charles T., 42i No. Water 
Crapo William W.. 35 No. Water 
Tucker Geo. F., 21 Robeson bldg. 

Pump and Block Makers. 

{See also Block and Pump Makers.) 
Coggeshall C. W., Front, head 

Merrill's v^^harf 
Swan Walter D.. 20 South Front 
Swift Thomas W., 17 North Front 
Taber Joseph, 13 North Front 

Railroad Companies. 

OLD COLONY R. R., Isaac N. 
Marshall, agent, office, 442 Pur- 
chase, corner Pearl 

New Bedford and Fairhaven Street 
Railway, Warren Ladd. pi'esident, 
office, 442 Purchase, cor. Pearl, A. 
G. Pierce, treas., office over Mer- 
chants National Bank, 50 North 
Water 

Reading Rooms, 

Marine Reading Room (for seamen), 
Bethel street 

MERCHANTS E X C H AN GE 
READING ROOM, E. Dews, pro- 
prietor. North Second, southeast 
corner William 

Real Estate Agents. 

BOURNE GEO. A. & SON, 41 

William (see adv. dept. p. 25) 
Cook Timothy D., 20 North Water 
Tappan Francis W., 22 No. Water 
Tripp Thomas B., 47 Allen 

Refrigerators. 

SOWLE F. A., 77, 79 and 81 North 
Water (see insert opp. p. 237) 



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NEW BEDFOED BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



Restaurants. 

(See also Eating Houses.) 
Carl L.W., 55 William 
Dexter A. P., 100 Union 
Fordhara J. F., 7 North Water 
Gardner EmraaK., 19 So. Water 
Gilford George P., 5 & 7 So. Water 
Holly Tree Lunch Room, 51 William 
Kennedy Matthew, 82 Union 
Nickerson Gilbert, 26 So. Water 
REEVE NAT L.,6So. Water (see 
• adv. dept. p. 1) 

Sisson James E., 102 and 104 Union 
Widdowes Levi, 95 Union 
WING E., 10:3 and 105 William (see 
adv. dept. p. 12) 

Riggers. 

Mathews John, Parker's wharf 
Olstein John L., City wliarf 
Searell Charles, Merrill's wharf 

Roofer (Grave!). 

PERKINS ANDREW W., Cedar, c. 
Hillman (see adv. dept. p. 17) 

Roofers (Tin and Compo- 
sition). 

THOMAS MORGAN & CO., 205 
Purchase (see advt. front colored 
page opp. map) 

Roofing. 

NEW BEDFORD ROOFING AND 
IMPROVED CONCRETE CO., 
Cedar, cor. Hillman (see adv. 
dept. p. 17) 

THOMAS MORGAN & CO. (tin 
and composition), 205 Purchase 
(see advt. front col. p. opp. map) 

Rolling Mills, 

GOSNOLD MILLS, '566 Acuslmet 
avenue, Joseph H. Cornell, pres. 
and treas. (see advt. front col. p.) 

Rope Manufacturers. 

NEW BEDFORD CORDAGE CO., 
Court, office Rotch's square (see 
adv. dept. page 21) 

Sail-Makers. 

Alniv Job, 11 Parker's blk., Middle 

CHAPMAN JOHN H., 122 North 
Second (see adv. dept. page 38) 

Chapman & Shurtleff, Union, cor. 
Front 

HART THOS. M., 33 Commer'l whf. 
(see advt. under heading of Cot- 
ton Duck and Rope Dealer) 

Hitch E.,3 Merrill's wharf 

Hitch Joshua C, Taber's whf., cor. 
North Front 



Saloons. 

Betz T., 84 Union 
Gartner Joseph, 634 Acushnet av. 
Graham Wm. H., 84 Middle 
Greene Daniel, 32 South Water 
Harrington John E., 8 Linden 
Higginbotham Joseph, 67S Acush- 
net avenue 
Howland Chas. W., 117 Kempton 
Kane Michael, 638 Purchase 
Lewis, Manuel, 155 South Water 
Matthews James, 318 Acushnet av. 
McCluskey James, 7 First 
McKenzie James, 349 Acushnet av. 
Mindo Joseph, 153 South Water 
Murphy Michael, 431 Purchase 
Oakly .lames Mrs., 65 Uiiion 
Rock Joseph, Linden, corner State 
Smith William G., 29 Middle 
Taber John G., 179 Kempton 
■ Tillinghast H. C, 51 and 53 Union 
Winterson Patrick, 179 So. Water 

Salve Manufacturer. 

FAIRBROTHER N. F. MISS (Emo- 
lient), 85 South Second (see advt. 
front colored iDage) 

Sashes, Doors, and Blinds. 

Croacher Thos. W., Leonard's whf. 
HATHAWAY THOxMAS H., foot 

Wrtlnut, cor. So. Front (see adv. 

dept. page 13) 
MOSHER & BRO.WNELL (mnfrs.), 

127 No. Water (see adv. dept. p. 

14) 
SOWLE F. A., 77, 79, and 81 North 

Water (^ee insert opp. p. 237) 
STURTEVANT & SHERMAN, 132 

North Water (see adv. dept. p. 37) 

Savings Banks. 

{See also Banks.) 
NEW BEDFORD FIVE CENTS 
SAVINGS BANK, Purchase, cor. 
Mechanics lane (see advt. in mis- 
cellaneous dept.) 
NEW BEDFORD INSTITUTION 
FOR SAVINGS, North Second, 
cor. William (see advt. miscella- 
neous dept.) 

Saw Filers. 

JENNEY PERRY P., 40 Kempton 

(see adv. dept. page 34) 
Morrill L. H., 87 Middle 

School-house Furniture and 
Settees. 

WHITCOMB A. G., 73 Fulton, 
Boston (see advt. front col. page) 

Seaman's Chest Mnfrs. 

Enos Manuel, 166 South Water 
Gifford David L., Ash, cor. North 
Williams John, 193 South Water 



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Seamen's Clothing Dealers. 

{Sec also Clnthing Dealers.) 
CARTER JOHN F.' (oil clothes), 
Gloucester (see advt.) 

Settees. 

WHITCOMB A. G., 73 Fulton, 
Boston (see advt. front col. page) 

Sewing Machines. 

Chase E. B., .5~Pleasant (Cheapskle) 
Garuett .John H., ID Purchase 
]\rann H. S., 13o Purchase 
Parris J. S., 2 Cheapside 
Singer iMnfg. Co., J. H. Garnett, 
manager, 19 Purchase 

Sewing Machine Repairers. 

Eddy .lob A. T., 18 Purchase 
JENXEr PERRY P., 40 Kempton 

(see adv. dept. p. 34) 
Mann H. S., 133 Purchase 

Shafting, Pulleys, etc. 

NEW BEDFORD MACHINE 
SHOP, no So. Water "(see adv. 
dept. p. 14) 

Shells and Curiosities. 

Nickerson George Y., 22 So. Water 

Sheriffs Deputy. 

{See aUo County Officers.) 
Brock J. C, 24 William 
Nickerson John W., 23 No. Water 

Ship Agents. 

[See also Merchants ) 
Blackler William G., 7 Ricketson 

block, Union 
Knowles Jolin P., 2d, Front, cor. 

Commercial wharf 
Knowles Thomas & Co., 24 Union 
Taber, Gordon & Co., Central whf., 

corner Front • 

Ship Broker. 

CODD THOMAS A., 18 So. Water 
(upstairs) (see adv. dept. p. 3) 

Ship Builder. 

HOWLAND JOHN W., Steamboat 
sq., foot of School (see adv. dept. 
p. 31) 

'Ship Calkers. 

WEEKS REUBEN & SON, City 
wharf (see adv. dept. p. 21) 

Ship-Carpenters. 

Browii Benjamin C.*, head of Geo. 

Howland's wharf 
Brown & Co., 22 Commercial* 
Chase A., City wharf 
Dam m on Samuel, No. Water, cor. 

North 



HOWLAND JOHN W., Steamboat 
sq., foot of School (see adv. dept. 
P 31) 

Mashow John, Eddy's wharf 

Ship Chandlers. 

KIRBY HUMPHREY S., 8 Com'l 

whf., cur. Front 
SULLINGS, KJNGMAN& CO., 123 

Union (see adv. dept. p. 1-5) 
SWIFT & ALLEN, Taber's block, 

Taber's whf. (see adv. dept. p. 7) 

Ship Joiners. 

Brown Benjamin C, head of Geo. 

Howland's wharf 
Damon Doane W., Hamilton 
Look John W., 129 No. Water 

Shipping Commissioners. 

(U. SJ. 

Hallet Bangs, 18 So. Water (New 
Bedford and Barnstable) 

CODD THOMAS A. (deputy), 18 
South Water (New Bedford and 
Barnstable) (see adv.- dept. p. 3) 

Ship Piugsand Bungs. 

MORSS ANTHONY S., 210 Com'l 
(see adv. dept. page 17) 

Ship Smiths. 

Barton James, City wharf 
Dean Henry N., head of No. Water 
Drisgs J. D., Merrill's wharf 
Durfee James, 201 North Water 
Macy E. B. & F., 22 South Front 
Sawyer J. A., 25 North Front 
Snow Jaaies M., North Front, near 
Middle 

Ship Spikes. 

MORSS ANTHONY S., 210 Com- 
mercial (see adv. dept. page 17) 

Ship Stores- 

GIBBS LOT H..26 Union (see adv. 

dept. page 31) 
NYE'S G., 31 Union (see adv. dept. 

page 32) 

Shipwright. 

HOWLAND JOHN W., foot of 
School (see adv. dept. page .^1) 

Ship and Boat Trimmings 
(Brass and Galvanized). 

MORSS ANTHONY S., 210 Com'l 
(see adv. dept. page 17) 

Shirt Mnfr. (Linen Bosom). 

Denham Thomas M. & Bro., 384 
Acushnet av. 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Shocks and Tanks. 

EYDER LINUS, 9 Pine (see advt. 
colored insert opp. page 168) 

Show Managers. 

Wlieaton & Co., 52 William 

Silver and Silver-PIated Ware. 

DEXTER J. A., 211 Purchase (see 

insert opp. page 169) 
Dexter & Haskins, 20 Purchase 
Hurll Chailes W., 27 Pui'chase 
Kelley Wni. L., 2 Purchase 

Slate Dealers. 

THOMAS. MORGAN, & CO., 205 
Purcliase (see advt. front colored 
opp. map) 

Slate Roofers. 

THOMAS MORGAN, & CO., 205 
Purchase (see advt. front colored 
opp. map) 

Small Wares. 

Brownell O. G. & Son, 51 Purchase 

Soap Mnfrs. 

DELANO GEO. E. P., manufac- 
turer "Aurora Granulated," 21 
School, cor. First (see advt. on 
back cover) 

Cunningham Dan'l P., 151 Grinnell 

FREEMAN MARCUS L., 86 Pros- 
pect (see adv. dept. page 12j 

Hersom Thomas, 5:-j6 Acushiiet av. 

SMITH WM. T., Front, cor. Central 
wharf (see advt. on front cover) 

Tucker & Bryant, 104 and 106 No. 
Water and 26 Middle 

Whittemore M. F., 14 South Second, 
opP- Spring 

Soap Stone. 

ALLEN FREDERICK, 20 North 
Second (see adv. dept. page 3) 

Soda Fountains (Furnishers 
of). 

BROWNELL CHAS. F. & CO., 180 
County (see advt. front part, p. 82) 

Soda and Mineral Water 
Manufacturers. 

BROWNELL C. F. &■ CO., 180 
County (see adv. dept. page 32) 

Herbert Edward, 342 Acushnet av. 

Wheaton Hiram, 51 and 53 South 
Water 

Spar Manufacturers. 

(See also Mast and Spar Makers.) 
Beetle Rodolphus, 130 N'o. Water 



Johnson & Kirby, Front, south of 

Ferry slip 
Ryder & Smith, 152 North Water 
Smith & Allen, foot of Walnut 

Sperm Candies and Oil Soap 
Manufacturers. 

(/S'pe also Oils and Candles.) 
DELANO GEORGE & CO., South 

Second, corner South (see adv. 

dept. page 8) 
HASTINGS & CO., foot of Grinnell 

(see adv. dept. page 9) 
Homer Geo. S., Prosi^ect, c. South, 

office 23 Centre 
Robinson William A. & Co., 50 So. 

Water 

Stables, Livery. Boarding, 8c 
Sale. 

Allen W. H., 263 and 270 Purchase 
P.liss' Samuel S., 28 Bedford 
Brown John, 404 Acushnet avenue 
Brownell H. M., 62 Elm 
Browne] PPerry, 24 North Second 
Clark Walter F. (sale), 19 E'ourth 
Coffin William Henry, 18 School, c. 

First 
Cook John S. l^. Son, 8 to 14 Fourth 
Cornell Robert S., 135 Grinnell, u. 

Washington square 
Dwelley Andrew, 430 Purchase 
Greene Clark, (sale) 9 Spring 
Jay James A., 13 South Second, c. 

Spring 
Mosher' Henry M., 116 and 118 

Grinnell 
Oesting William, 12 Liberty 
Perry S. F. & Son, 50 Elm ■ 
Richards William D., 20 S. Second 
SHERMAN WM. H., 24 Fourth (see 

adv. dept. ]Dage 5J 
Snow John H., 34 Elm, corner 

Acushnet avenue 

Stair Builders. 

BRIGHTMAN & WASHBURN. 51 
to 55 North Water (see adv. dept. 
page 12) 

Stage Lines. 

{£ee also Omnibus Lines). 

Fall River, A. Richards, proprie- 
tor, 5 South Sixth 

Little Compton, A. Richards, pro- 
prietor, 5 South Sixth 

Marion, A. Richards, proprietor, 5 
South Sixth . 

South Dartmouth, Joseph T. l)avis, 
proprietor, 5 Ricketson block, 
140 Union 

Westport Point, A. Richards, pro- 
prietor, 5 South Sixth 



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317 



stationery (Wholesale and 
Retail). 

(See «?.s'o Books and Stationery.) 
COLLIXS Q. F. & CO.. '34 North 

Second (see advt. insert opp. 

pno-e 196) 
DEWS EU^VIN, 108, 105, and 107 

Union, and 123 Purchase (see 

advt. on front cover) 
Hntciiinson Sylvander, 142 Union 
KNIGHT CHAS. W., 45 Wiluam 

(see adv. dept., p. 17) 

Stave Dealers. 

Luce Thomas, City wharf 
NYE S. G., Union (see adv. dept., 
page 32) 

Stave Dressers. 

Hayes & Co., 145 North Water 

Steam Engine Mnfrs. 

NEWBEDFORD MACHINE SHOP, 
yO So. Water (see adv. dept., p. 14) 

Steam and Gas Fitters. 

Sherman Jireh C. 60 William 
WOOD, BRIGHTJMAN & CO., 45 
North Water (see advt. opj). in- 
side front cover) 

Stevedores. 

Borden Thomas E., North Front 
Wilson John J., 2 School 

Steamship Companies. ' 

EUROPEAN STEAMERS, Daven- 
port, Mason & Co., agents, 5 Rick- 
etson block, Union(see advt. opp. 
calendar) 

NEW BEDFORD, VINEYARD 
AND NANTUCKET STEAM- 
BOAT CO., office over Merchants 
National Bank, North Water 

NEW BEUFOKD AND NEW YORK 

• STEAMSHIP CO., Commercial 
wharf (see adv. dept., p. 37J 

Stencils. 

MORRILL L. 11., 87 Middle (see 
adv. dept., p. 7) 

Stenographer, 

FREEMAN M. L., 82 Prospect (see 
. adv. dept., p. 12) 

Stone Cutters. 

(.See al:<o Marble Workers). 
Doran William, 26 North Second 
Drew Phineas F. , Nortli, between 

County and Summer 
Manchester Olis, County avenue, 

opposite Smith 
MUNROE JOSEI'H P. G., 145 West 

Campbell (see adv. dept., p. 7) 
Rogers Abiathar, Shawm ut avenue, 

corner Grand 



Stoves and Ranges. 

Caswell John P., 138 Purchase 

Clifton J. W., 342 Purchase 

Cobb George A., Head of the River. 

Acushnet avenue 
HAYDEN & GROSSMAN, 1«5 
Acushnet avenue, corner Bedford 
(see advt. on front cover) 
Lewis Nathan, 99 William 
PARKER & SHERMAN, Union, 
cor. Water (see advt. inside front 
cover) 
SAWYER STEPHEN" P., 134 Pur- 
chase (see advt. front col'd page) 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 123 
Union, and 345 Acushnet avenue 
(see adv. dept., p. 15) 
THOMAS MORGAN & CO., 205 
, Purchase (see advt. front colored 
opposite map) 
Tobey & Coggeshall, 48 & 50 Wilham 
Tripp Stephen A., 16 & 18 No. Water 
VINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 

(see adv. dept., p. 20 j 
WestD. B.,6 Cypress 
White Jonathan P., 19 South Water 
WOOD, BRIGHTMAN & CO., 45 
North Water /see advt. opp. in- 
side front cover) 

Stucco Worker. 

Delano George, 6 Fifth 

Surveyor of Lumber. 

BRIGGS CHARLES. City Planing 
mill, Leonard's wharf (see adv. 
dept., p. 12) 

Tailoresses. 

Besseleu Louisa F. Mif ., 42 Bedford 
Magrath A. M. Mrs., 120 j Union 
Sisson Mary J. Miss, lUONorth 

Tailors, Merchant. 

[See also ClotJiing Dealers.) 
Albiston R. W., 55 Purchase 
Allen Edward F., 125 Union 
Allen & Hunt, 96 Union 
Bach George, 106 South Water 
Camijbell James, 5 Bonney 
Carpenter A. H. W., Brick block, 

Cheapside 
Doane & Co., 55 Union 
Eddy Geo. M. & Co., 147 Union 
Gifford& Co., 113 Union 
Gordon Robert, 78 William 
Habicht Philip, 314 Acushnet av. 
Howland Daniel W., 79 W^illiam 
Kenuey Daniel, 83^} Union 
Lisbon Costa, 81 South Water 
Onley C 11., 13 Purchase 
Perry E. S., 4 Ricketson blk., Union 
Richmond J., 31 North Water 
Ryder Edgar F., 86 William 
Swift M. C. & Son, 127 & 128^ Union 
Sylvester Winslow C, 47 William 
Taylor B. F., 149 Undon 
Wing J. & W. R. & Co., Ill Union 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Tallow, Grease, etc. 

FREEMAN MARCUS L., 86 Pros- 
pect (see adv. clept. p. 12) 

Tanners. 

NEW BEDFORD TANNERY, 
Court, beyond the jail, Dewson, 
Williams & Co., propr's (see adv. 
dept. p. 41) 

Taxidermists. 

BABCOCK HARLEON P., 149 
Purchase (see adv. dept. p. 19) 
(see adv. dept.>. SSJSray Dauiel, Rivet, c. Acushnetav. 
MalmedieC. H., 106 Purchase 

Teacher (Dancing). 

Gustin Geo. A., 3 Court 

Teacher 
(Drawing and Painting). 

Potter Lucy L. Mrs., 75 Campbell 

Teacher (Languages). 

Lull Clara Miss, 30 Purchase 

Teamsters, 

{See al.'^o Job Wcu/ons.) 
Gray Charles A., 421 Purchase and 
» freight depot O. C. R. R. 

HART & AlKIN, 58 So. Water (see 

advt. opp. contents) 
Hathaway Frederick A., 339 South 

Water 
Moulton Nathaniel, 56 Hill 
SAWIN A. K. P., Merrill's wharf 

(see adv. dept. p. 25) 

Teas, Coffees, and Spices. 

(Se^also Grocers.) 
American and China Tea Co., 78 

Purchase 
Centennial American Tea Co., 26 

Purchase 
China Tea Co., 132 Purchase 
CODDING SETH, 180 County (see 

adv. dept. p. 19) 
DAVIS & HATCH, 59 High (see 

adv. dept. p. 3) 
WRIGHT JOHN S. (fine teas), 72 

William (see adv. dept. p. 3) 

Telegraph Company. 

Western Union Telegraph Compa- 
ny, B. R. Paine, manager. 26 No. 
Water, Parker House, Northern 
depot, and Commercial wharf 

Tents and Flags. 

ALMY & HITCH, 66 Purchase (see 

adv. dept p. 4) 
CHAPiMAN JOHN IL, 122 North 

Second (see adv. dept. p. 38) 

Tickets and Exchange on 
Europe. 

DAVENPORT, MASON & CO., 5 
Ricketson block (see advt. opp. 
calendar) 



Donaghy Thomas, 50 and 52 Union 
HATCH & CO., 5 Ricketson block 
(see advt. opp. calendar) 

Tin and Composition 
Roofers. 

THOMAS MORGAN & CO., 205 
Purchase (see advt. front colored 
page opposite map) 

Tin Plate and Sheet Iron 
Workers. 

Caswell John P., 138 Purchase 
Cobb George A., Acushnet avenue, 

corner Tai-kiln Plill road 
Harrington John H., .503 Purchase 
Hatch George E., 250 Purchase 
HAYDE>Nr & GROSSMAN, 185 

Acushnet avenue (see advt. on 

front cover) 
Lewis Nathan, 99 William 
Macomber Jas. F.. 569 Purchase 
Maxfield Geo. F., 361 Acushnet av. 
PARKER & SHERMAN, Union, 

cor. Water (upstairs) (see advt. 

inside front cover) 
SAWYER STEPHEN" P., 134 Pur- 
chase (see advt. front col'd page) 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO., 123 

Union and 345 Acushnet avenue 

(see adv. dept. page 15) 
Taber George, 313 Purchase 
THOMAS MORGAN & CO., 205 

Purchase (see advt. front colored 

page opposite map) 
•Tobey & Coggeshall, 48 & 50 William 
Tripp Stephen A., 16 & 18 No. Water 
West D. B., 6 Cypress 
WOOD, BRIGHTMAN & CO., 45 

North Water (see advt. opposite 

inside front cover) 

Tobacco and Snuff. 

(See also Ck/ars and Tobacco.) 
CARTER ROBERT H., 215 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. page 20) 
CUNHA JOSEPH, 12.5+ Union 
Oesting Charles A. W., 48 Purchase 

Tool Manufacturers. 

Dean H. N. (cast steel), head of No. 
Water 

NEW BEDFORD TOOL CO., 12 
and 14 William, John Herbert, 
supt. (see adv. dept. page 15) 

Tow Boats. 

NEW BEDFORD TOW BOAT CO., 
S. C. Hart, agent, 58 So; Water 

Toys. 

, {See also Fancy Goods.) 
Bates A. E. Mrs., 14 Pleasant 
Hawt's Levi, 21 Purchase 
MACY WILLIAM J., 82 Purchase 

(see adv. dept. page 4) 
Tilden & Co., 60 Purchase 



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319 



Trees, Shrubs, Bcc. 

HOWARD WM. M., 34 Arnold, cor. 

So. Gottaije (see adv. dept. p. 4) 
LUCE WM. T.. 172 (Jounty and 238 

Cedar (see adv. dept. page 27) 

Trimmings, Ladies'. 

(Si'e also Dress Triinmini/s. ) 
Cottle H. B. Miss, 15 Purchase 
Haiikell E, & Co., 42 to 48 Purchase 
Paul Juhu C, 31 Purchase 

Trotting Park. 

Evergreen Trotting Park, D. A. 
Snell, prop., Plaiuville road 

Truckman, 

{See also Teamsters.) 
Gray Charles A., 421 Purt:hase, and 

freight office O. C. R. R. 
Gammons G. F. W., 13 Elm 
SAWIN A. K. P., Merrill's wharf 

(see adv» dept. page 2.5) 

Trunks and Valises. 

GUSHING C. F., 24 and 20 Pleasant 
(Cheapside) cor. William (see adv. 
dept. page 26) 

Willis William H., 126 and 128 Union 

Trusses. 

BLAKE J AS. E., 64 North Second 
(see advt. front colored page) 

HADLEY FRANK R., 49 Purchase 
(see advt. opp. index, to advts., 
page 8, front) 

Turbine Water Wheels. 

COLLINS & BOWIE, 90 So. Water 
(see adv. dept. pa<ie 16) 

Twine. 

DEWS EDWIN, 105, 106 and 107 
Union and 123 Purchase (see advt. 
on front cover) 

Twist Drill Mnfrs. 

ilorse Tvrist Drill and Machine Co., 
Fourth, corner Bedford 

Umbrellas and Parasols. 

HASKELL C. M., 138 Union (see 

adv. dejjt. page 23) 
WRIGHT JOHN S., 72 William 

(see adv. dept. page 3) 

Umbrella Repairers. 

MORRILL L. H., 87 Middle (see 

adv. dept. page 7) 
WKIGHT JOHN S. (maker), '72 

William (see adv. dept. page 3) 

Undertakers. 

Bowen Wm. II., 54 William 
Murphy T. J., 235 Puichase 
VAUi.HAN W. C. JPv., 17 North 

Second (see adv. dei)t. page 10) 
WILSON BENJAMIN G., 114 Wil- 
liam (sec adv. dept. page 30) 
Williams Joseph S., 178 So. Water 



Upholsterers. 

CRAFTS & ALLEX, 160 Union 

(see adv. dept. page 8) 
Cranston O. W.(caipet), 13 Purchase 
Dantsizen C, 191 Elm, cor. Cedar 
GEILS GERETT, 236 Purchase 

(see adv. dept. page 28) 
Kent J. D. F., 40 Kempton 
Schwall G., 201 Acushnet av. 
So-ale T. H. (carpet), 195 Elm 

U. S. Commissioner. 

Clifford Charles W., 35 No. Water 

U. S. Shipping Commission- 
ers. 

CODD THOMAS A. (deputy), 18 
South Water (see adv. dept. p. 3) 
Hallett Bangs, 18 South Water 

Variety Stores, 

(See also Toys; also Fancy Goods.) 
Arigan Wm. J., 551 Purchnse 
DeWoif Ann J. Mrs., 281 Purchase 
Duckworth Wra..851 Acushnet av. 
Fortes Mary A. Mrs., 424- Bedford 
Fuller Nancy B. Miss, 193 Acushnet 

avenue 
Gammons Edgar H., Ashley, c. Lin- 
den 
Haskins Gifford B., 167i So. Water 
Llope Sarah Mrs., 277 So. Water 
Lawrence Theresa, 624 Acushnet 

avenue 
MACY WM. J., 82 Purchase (see 

adv. dept. p. 4) 
Paul Joseph, 157^ South Water 
Pease Peleg Mrs., 74 Grinnell 
Rooth Angle Mrs., 174 Acushnet av. 
Shaw Elmer H.,-98 William 
Tallraan Charles S., 6a| Union 

Verdigris. 

BROWNELL H. J. & CO., School, 
cor. First (see advt. on front cov- 
er) 

Vessels. 

CODD THOMAS A., 'l8 So. Water 
(upstairs) (see adv. dept. p. 3) 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Flagg Oren H., 299 Acushnet av. 
Perry Edward Miles, 137 County 

Vienna Bakery. 

MILLIKEN E. C, 435 and 439 
Purchase (see adv. dept. 'p. 2) 

Washing Powder IVlnfr. 

SMITH WM. T. (Wamsutta), North 
Front, c. Central wharf (see advt. 
on front cover) 

Watch Importer. 

Deane H. G., 2 Walnut 



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NEW BEDFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Watches, Clocks and Jewel- 
ry. 

Almy James T., 4 Fifth 

Child.s S., 37 Purchase 

DEXTER J. A., 211 Pnrchase( see 

■ insert opp. p. 1()9) 

Dexter & Haskins, 20 Purchase 

Hurll Chas. VV., 27 Purchase 

Kelley Geo. S., 240 Acusbnet av. 

Kelley James S., 39 William 

Kelley Wm. L., 2 Purchase, c. Uu- 

ion 
Paddack G. R., 250 Purchase 
WILBOR ALFRED G., 199 Acush- 

netav. (see adv. dept. p. 29, 

Watchmakers. 

DEXTER J. A., Dexter's block, 211 
Purchase (see advt. insert opp. p. 

Fales James, ji\, 91 North Water 
GIFFORD A.'L., 5 Ricketson blk. 

(see insert opp. p. 168) 
Jenkins Henry R., 4r> William 
Jordan Stephen D., 4-| So. Water 
Kelley Geo. S., 240 "Acushnet av. 
Kelley Wra. L., 2 Purchase 
Tobey J. T., 19 Purchase 
WILBOR ALFRED G., 199 Acush- 

net avenue (see adv. dept. p. 29) 

Watch and Clock Oil Mnfr. 

Kelley Ezra, Mt. Pleasant, c. Mt. 
Vernon 

Water Wheel Builders, 

COLLINS & BOWIE, 90 So. Water 
(see adv. dept. p. 16) 

Wax (Paraffine). 

THAYER & J UDD PARAFFINE, 
CO., Rotch's sq. (see adv. dept. 
p. 6) 

Wedding Cake, 

MILLIKENT E. C, 435 & 4.39 Pur- 
chase (see adv. dept. p. 2) 

Wheelwrights 'and Wagon 
Makers. 

(iS^ee also Carviage Manufacturers.) 
Allen Jesse K., Plainville 
BROWNELL GEO. L., Acushnet 
• avenue, cor. Cannon (see advt. on 

back cover) 
BROWNELL. ASHLEY & CO., 16, 

20 and 23 Fourth, c. Spiino- (see 

advt. opp. streets front paj^e 16) 
Collins Otis K., r. 551 Acushnet av. 
Durt'ee & Smith, Mechanics lane 
KLNG REUl^EN" T., 726 Purchase, 

c. Loiran( see adv. dept. p. 20) 
PEIRCk LAVELLO L, r. 1.50 So. 

Water (see adv. dept. p. 19) 

Wig Maker. 

BRAYWOOD^ A. M., 350 Purchase 
(see adv. dept. p. 32) 



Window Shades and Fix- 
tures. 

TRIPP F. G., 173 Purchase (see 
advt. front colored page) 

Wood and Coal. 

{8ec also Coal Dealers.) 
ASHLEY A. DAVIS (woocl), 663 

Purchase (see adv. dept. p;ige 2) 
Booth Nathaniel G., 123 So. Second' 
City Wood Yard, North Second, n. 

North 
HART & AKIN, 58 South Water 

and foot of Coffin (see advt. opp. 

contents) 
HOLMES JOSIAH, jr., Atlantic 

wharf (see adv, dept. p. 7) 
Moore James F., 128 South Second 
PAISLER CHARLES S., 118 North 

Water (see advt. front col'd p.) 
PERKINS ANDREW W., Cedar, c. 

Hillman (see adv. dept. p. 17) 
Purins;ton Charhs G., 193 Kempton 
ROB BINS AUGUSTUS (granular 

fuel), Court, next cordage facto- 
ry (see adv. dept. page 1) 

Wood Turning. 

BRIGHTMAN & WASHBURN, 5 
to 55 North Water (see adv. dept. 
page 12) 

Jenney P' P., 40 Kempton 

Wooden Ware. 

HAYDEN & CROSSMAN, 185 

Acushnet avenue (see advt. on 

front cover) 
Kirby H. S., 8 Commercial wharf 
RICHARDS GEO. D., 101 William 

(see ;idv. dept. p. 4) 
SAWYER STEPHEN P., 134 Pur-' 

chase (see advt. front coPd page*) 
SULLINGS, KINGMAN & CO.', 

123 Union and 345 Acushnet av. 

(see adv. dept. p. 15) 
VINCENT AMBROSE, 120 Union 

(see adv. dept. p. 20) 

Worsteds and Patterns. 

Case E. C. Miss, 141 Union 
Cottle H. B. Miss, 15 Purchase 
Paul John C, 31 Purchase 

Yeast Powder. 

DAVIS & HATCH, 59 High (see 
adv. dept. page 3) 

Yellow and Patent Bronze 
Metal Sheathing. 

NEW BEDFORD COPPER CO., 
Wm. H. Mathews, treas.. Front, 
cor. Rodman (see advt. front 
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321 



NEW" BEDFORD 




CITY GOVERHENT. 



City Electiou first Tuesday in December, 



MAYOR. 

WILLIAM T. SOULE. 
Office No. 1 Library building. 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1 — Otis A. Sisson. 
Ward 2— Eben C. Milliken. 
Ward 3 — Isaac W, Benjamin. 
Ward 4 — Andrew R, Palmer. 
Ward 5 — William H. Sherman. 
Ward 6— S. T. Viall. 
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NEW BEDFORD DIREOTORY. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

JPresident—KOBERT W. TABER. 



WARD ONE. 

B. F. Hathaway, 
Simeon Hawes, 
Lot B. Bates, 
Michael B. Sullivan. 

WARD THREE. 

John M. Foster, 
Henry W. Briggs, 
John H. Rounds, 
Joseph M. Scott. 



WARD TWO. 



Isaac N. Marshall, 
H. H. Braley, 
I. B. Tompkins jr., 
Loum H. Faunce. 



WARD FOUR. 



Stephen R. Potter, 
Wm. O. Brownell jr., 
Edward H. Maiten jr. 
Charles H. Wood. 



WARD FIVE. 

Plenry Holcomb, 
Morgan Rotch, 
Joseph G. Tirrell, 
R. W. Taber. 



WARD SIX. 

Thomns Donaghy, 
John B. Paulding 
Philip D. Slocum, 
Henry M. Mosher. 

City Clerk — Daniel B. Leonard, office No. 5 Library 
building. 

Treasurer and Collector of Ta^xes — James H. Hatha- 
way, office No. 2 Library building. 

Auditor — O. A. Roberts, office 3 Library building. 

'Clerk of the Common Council — William A. Church. 

City Messenger — William Ferguson. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OP THE BOARD OF MAYOR 
AND ALDERMEN. 

On Police — The Mayor and Aldermen Milliken and 
Viall. 

On Laying out^ Widening^ and Repairing streets — 
The Mayor, and Aldermen Sherman and Viall. 

On J3urial Grounds — Aldermen Milliken, Palmer and 
Sisson. 

On Licenses — Aldermen Milliken, Sisson and Sherman. 

On Enrollment— AldieYxnQn Benjamin, Sherman and 
Viall. 

JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE CITY COUNCIL. 

On Finance — The Mayor, Alderman Milliken, Presi- 
dent of the Common Council, and Councilmen Bates, 
Marshall, Foster, Brownell, and Donaghy. 

On Accounts — Aldermen Benjamin and Palmer, and 
Councilmen Martin, Brownell, and Rotch. 



NEW BEDFOED DIRECTORY, 323 

0)1 Public Property — AMevraen Sherman and Sisson, 
and Councilinen Donao-hy, Hathaway, and Pauhliiig. 

On Public Jjistruction — Aldermen Milliken and Viall, 
and Councilinen Martin, Rotch, and Bates. 

On Roads, Bridges, Main Drains, and Common Sew- 
ers— A\(\evm.Qn Palmer and Sherman, and Councilmen 
Moshei*, Brovvnell, and Foster. 

On Fire Department — Aldermen Sherman and Milli- 
ken, and Councilmen Slocum, Hathaway, and Holcomb. 

On Alms House and Poor — Aldermen Sisson and 
Benjamin, and Councilmen Briggs, Potter, and Sullivan. 

On Lighting the Streets — Aldermen Palmer and Sis- 
son, and Councilmen Slocum, Hawes, and Wood. 

On Wooden Buildings in the Fire District — Alder- 
men Viall and Benjamin, and Councilmen Mosher, Briggs, 
and Faunce. 

On Armories and Military Property — Aldermen Ben- 
jamin and Palmer, and Councilmen Potter, Tirrell, and 
Rounds. 

On Water Works — Aldermen Sisson and Sherman, 
and Councilmen Rotch, Hawes, and Faunce. 

On Printing — Alderman Sisson, and Councilmen Mar- 
tin and Marshall. 

On Claims — Aldermen Palmer and Benjamin, and 
Councilmen Paulding, Tompkins, and Scott. 

On Fuel — The Mayor, Alderman Milliken, and Coun- 
cilmen Donaghy, Marshall, and Wood. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OP THE COMMON" COUNCIL. 

On Elections and Returns — Messrs. Mosher, Tirrell, 
and Sullivan. 

On Enrolled Ordinances and Resolutions — Messrs. 
Tompkins, Paulding, and Holcomb. 

On Bills in Second Reading — Messrs. Braley, Rounds, 
and Scott. 

ASSESSORS. 

Office, No. 4 Library building. 
David B. Wilcox, Chairman, 3 years. 
William Tallman, 1 year. 
Charles D. Tuell, 2 years. 

ASSISTANT ASSESSORS. 

Ward 1 — James T. Almy. 
AVard 2 — James Leary. 
Ward 3 — John A. Go m ley. 
Ward 4— William K. T.dlman. 
Ward 5 — Lvman Wing. 
Ward 6— John Carroll. 



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OVEBSEERS OF THE POOR. 

Office in City Hall building. 

His Honor Win. T. Soule, Mayor, ex. officio, Chair man. 

Charles A. Clarke, Secretary. 

Ward 1 — Benjamin Dawson, 
Ward 2— Henry K. Wilcox. 
Ward 3 — Job B. Sherman. 
Ward 4 — Abner R. Tucker. 
Ward 5— Frederick S. Gifford. 
Ward 6— Simon S. Pollock. 

WAKDEKS. 

Ward 1 — George P. Macomber. 
Ward 2— David W, Bolmes. 
Ward 3— Henry B. Almy. 
Ward 4 — Thomas C. Kempton. 
Ward 5 — Thomas G. Wing. 
Ward 6— William B. Smith. 

WARD CLERKS. 

Ward 1 — William H. H. Jennings. 
Ward 2— John L. Gibbs, 2d. 
Ward 3 — Augustus G. Moulton. 
Ward 4— George D. Gifford. 
Ward 5 — Amos W. Hadley. 
Ward 6 — Bartholomew Otheman, jr. 



IISrSPECTORS 

Ward One. 
William A. Davis, 
Warren P. Tobey, 
Dennis McAuliff. 

Ward Tioo. 
Stephen F. Adams, 
George R. Gray, 
Frank E. Swift. 

Ward Three. 
James D. Allen, 
Philander F. Manchester, 
David B. Maxfield. 



OF ELECTIONS. 

Ward Four. 
Frank Tobey, jr., 
Augustus D. Piper, 
Lewis Bartlett. 

Ward Five. 
Arthur L. Gifford, 
William B. Anthony, 
Charles F. Hubbard. 

Ward Six. 
Herbert B. Gardner, 
Marshall S. Greene, 
Robert H. Kilpatrick. 



NEW BEDFORD WATER WORKS. 

ACUSIINET WATER BOARD. 

Office 2 Library building. 
His Honor, William T. Soule, Mayoi', ex-officio, Presi- 
dent. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 325 

Piobert W. Taber, President of the Common Council, 
ex-offi,cio. 

Henry F. Thomas, Thomas Bennett, jr., Thomas W. 
Cook. 

Superintendent and Engineer — William B. Sherman. 
Office south-west room, basement of City Hall. 

Water Registrar — James H. Hathaway. Office City 
Treasurer's room. Library building. 

Clerk of the Board — James B. Congdon. 



COMMITTEES. 

On Mains — President, and Messrs. Bennett and Cook. 

Services — Messrs. Taber and Cook. 

Supplies — Messrs. Thomas, Cook, and Taber. 

Engine and Engine-House Lots — The President, and 
Messrs. Bennett and Cook. 



BOAED OF HEALTH. 

Office No. 2 Library building. 

Appointed February 3, 1879. 

James B. Congdon, for two years. 
James D. Thompson, for one year. 
John H. Mackie, for three years. 

James B. Congdon, Chairman. 

John H. Mackie, City Physician, Physician to the 
Board of Health, and Quarantine Physician, 

The City Physician is ex-oficio a member of the 
Board of Health. 



City Solicitor — Frank A. Milliken, office, room 21 
Robeson building. 

Superintendent of Streets — John A. Lee, office, City 
Stable Yard, 64 High street. 

Superintendent of Street Lights — John F. Edgerton, 
office. Purchase street, corner Linden. 

Superintendent of Burial Grounds — William H. Jen- 
ney, office of Overseers of Poor, City Hall building. 

Sealer of Weights and 3Ieasures — Nathan Lewis, of- 
fice, 127 Union street. 

Sealer of Coal Baskets — Nathan Lewis, office 127 Un- 
ion street 



326 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTOilY. 

Superintendent of City Clock — James S. Kelly, office, 
83 Union street. 

City Bell Ringer — Isaac Barnes, Residence 92 Acusli- 
net avenue. 

City Land Surveyor — Robert C. P. Coggeshall. At 
office of Supt. Water Works, City Hall building. 

Harbor Master — Henry L. Pitman. Office Evening 
Standard office. 

Surveyors of Lumber — Charles M. Briggs, Lemuel W. 
Hayes, Abraham Chase, John T. Biirbank, C. A. V. Ter- 
ry, Leonard Jenney. 

Measurers of Grain — Joseph A. Ballard, Orrin L. 
Sparrow, Charles S. Phillips, Ira M. Chase. 

Fence Vieioer — Robert C. P. Coggeshall. 

Pound Keepers — Thomas Davis, Frank E. Swift, 

Field Drivers — The Policemen, and Thomas Davis 
and Charles F. Cornell. 

Inspector of Petroleum — Henry Taber, 2d. 

Superintendent of Bridge and Praw Tender — John F. 
Aiken, • • 

Measurers of Wood and Bnrlc. 

A, Davis Ashley, Frederick F. Moulton, 

Joseph A. BuUard, Stephen W. McFarlin, 

George A. Cobb, Thomas W. Lawrence, 

Joseph Crane, Henry K. Lapham, 

Ira M. Chase, Charles S. Paisler, 

Andrew T. Craigie, George Pickens, 

Shadrack Davis, Orrin L. Sparrow, 

Albert W. Holmes, John Trafton, 

Ebenezer Howland, Henry R. Wilcox, 
Elihu Wood. 

Weighers of Boilers and H a iy Articles. 

Joseph A, Bullard, Henry K, Lapham, 

Wm. O. Brownell jr,, John A. Lee, 

Andrew T. Craigie, Josepli W. Lumbard, 

Ira M. Chase, Charles S. Philliijs, 

James M. Dwyer, Phillip S. Sherman, 

William Foley, Eber C. Simmons, 

Edward H. Field, A. G. Slocum, 

Humphrey A. GiffiDrd jr,, William T. Smith, 

Benjamin H, Garfield, Charles H, Sylvester, 

Moses E. Hatch, E. T. Tillinghast, 

Albert W. Holmes, John E. Triup, 

Henry Howard, Arnold W, Southwick. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY, 



327 



Weigher 

Zenas H. Adams, 
Joseph A. Ballard, 
Wm. O. Brown ell jr., 
AndreV T. Craigie, 
Ira M.Chase, 
James M, Dwyer, 
Edward H. Field, 
Joseph Crone, 
Humphrey A. GifFord jr. 
Benjamin H. Garfield, 
B. F. Hathaway jr., 
Albert W. Holmes, 



s of Coal. 

Lemuel M. Kollock, 
Joseph W. Lumbard, 
Frank C. Parker, 
Charles S. Phillips, 
Philip S. Sherman, 
Orrin L. Sparrow, 
A. G. Slocum, 
Charles H. Sylvester, 
Eber C. Simmons, 
E. T. Tillinghast, 
John E. Tripp, 
Arnold W. Southwick. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



CHIEF OF POLICE. 

THOMAS L. ALLEN. 

Office Central Police Station, 5* South Second street 

Depicty Chief of Police — Israel C. Cornish. 

Captains of Police — Luther M. Dayton, and William 
E. Macomber. 

Lieutenants of Police — Daniel A. Butler, Edward W. 
Waite, and George Dunham. 

Police Officers 



George S. Anthony, 
David B. Peirce, 
Lemuel D. Adams, 
John Corey, 
James Craft, 
Benjamin Hillman, 
Thomas M. Comstock, 
Seth E. Bryant, 
Peter G. Law, 
James A. Mitchell, 
Timothy Sullivan, 
Patrick Can n a van 
James W. Arnett, 
Seth Hinckley, 
Edward F.Jennings, 
Geoi'ge F. Netclier, 
Andrew J. Skiff, 



Henry W. Bumpus, 
John H. Dean, 
Frederick Hussey, 
Isaac M. Jones, 
Robert Moynan, 
Henry Stevens, 
John Savage, 
William L. Wade, 
James L. Wilbur, 
Edward R. Bentley, 
Franklin L. Hathaway, 
David G. Kirby, 
James A. Wixon, 
Joseph D. L. Sisson, 
William T. Higgins. 
Daniel J. Humphrey, 
Jacob H. Denby. 



Constables — Chief, Deputy Chief, Captains, and Lieu- 
tenants of Police, and Police officers, as above. 

Keeper of the Lockup — Daniel A. Butler. 



328 NEW BEDFOED DIRECTORY. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Frederick Macy, Chief Engineer. Office in City Hall 
building. 

Michael F. Kennedy, First Assistant Engineer., 
Nathan M. Brown, Second Assistant Engineer. 
Pliny B. Sherman, Third Assistant Engineer. 
Augustus A. Wood, Fourth Assistant Engineer. 
Luther G. Hevvins, jr., Clerk of the Board of Engineers . 

ONWARD STEAM FIRE ENGINE, NO. 1. 

House 530 Purchase street, foot of Franklin. 

Julian A. Sweet, Foreman. 

Allen W. Tinkham, 1st Assista^it. 

George F. Brown, 2d Assistant. 

Eben C. Milliken, Clerk. 

George Tripp, William J. Marr, George H. Price, Irv- 
ing Smith, HaiTis N. Tinkham, Henry O'Neale, James L. 
Willis, jr., and Henry F. Hammond, Hosemen. 

George H. Parker, Eu^gineer. 

Charles S. Stratton, Stoker. 

James L. Bryant, Driver. 

Michael Lee, Reel Driver. 

William H. Taber, Torch Dearer. 

PROGRESS STEAM FIRE ENGINE, NO. 2. 
House Purchase street, corner Mechanics lane. 

Charles S. Paisler, Foreman. 

John Downey, 1st Assistant. 

John H. Dollard, 2d Assistant. 

James D. Allen, Clerk. 

Edward C. Spooner, James G. Harding, Eugene R. 
Leverett, Charles F. Dean, Allen T. Kendrick, Moses 
Dean, H. T. Southwick, George M. Crapo, Hosemen. 

James R. Goddard, Sam'l W. Mitchell, Torch Bearers. 

George B. Russell, Engineer. 

Lemuel W. Hayes, Stoker. 

William P. Sowle, Driver. 

M. Conway, Deel Driver. 

CORNELIUS HOWLAND STEAM FIRE 

ENGINE, NO. 4. 

House South Sixth street, corner Bedford. 
Joseph B, Wing, Foreman. 
, Plenry A. Gray, 1st Assistant. 
E. S. Gilbert, '2d Assistant. 
W. A. Gibbs, Clerk. 



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329 



James M. Tripp, James A. Murdock, Hush McDonald, 
Joht. Gillis, R. V. Jason, Charles H. Card, E. D. Francis, 
Charles S. Winy, Hosevien. 

Daniel D. Brigo-s, Engineer. 

George H. W. Tiipp, Driver. 

R. S. Taber, Stoker. 

Charles W. Borden, Reel Driver. 

William D. Feirce, C. E. Leinunyon, Torch Bearers. 

ZACHARIAH HILLMAN STEAM FIRE ENGINE, 

NO. 5. 

House County street, corner Ilillman. 

William A. Russell, Foreman. 

E. R. Bentley, 1st Assistant. 

George H. (Jhadwick, 2d Assistant. 

C. \t. Wheeler, Clerk. 

J. H affords, I. H. Wilcox, W^illiam T. Khig, M. J. Mur- 
phy, Geo. W. Parker, J. H. W^heeler, J. HiUman, 0. F. 
Bly, Hosernen. 

G. H. llowland, Frank Wood, Torch Bearers. 

M. Blanchard, jr., Engineer. 

B. F. King, jr.. Driver. 

Charles L. Davis, Stoker. 

Reuben Taber, Heel Driver. 

FRANKLIN HOSE CARRIAGE, NO. 1. 

House Purchase street, corner Mechanics lane. 

Pliny B. Sherman, Foreman. 
Clarfns Vansant, 1st Assistant. 
William K. Wagner, 3d Assistant. 
James S. Hathaway, Clerk. 
John F. Snow, Driver. 

PIONEER HOOK AND LADDER, NO. I. 

House Purchase street, corner Mechanics lane. 

Lysander W. Davis, Foreman. 
James Conway, 1st Assistant. 
Nathaniel H. Caswell, 2d Assistant. 
Charles E. Pierce, Clerk. 

HANCOCK HAND ENGINE, NO. 9. 

House located at Head of the River. 
George W. Bennett, Foreman. 
John A. Russell, 1st Assistant. 
Alexander O. Pierce, 2d Assistant. 
A. B. Grinnell, jr., Clerk. 



330 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH. 

SUPERINTENDENT. 

Frederick Macy, Chief Engineer. 

ASSISTANT. SUPERINTENDENT. 

Daniel D. Briggs. Residence, Engine house, N. W. 
corner of Bedford and South Sixth streets. Office, City 
Hall. 

locatioint of fire alarm signal boxes 

No, 3. On pole at Lund's Corner, Head of tlie River. 

5. On store northeast corner of Linden and Ash- 

land streets. . 

6. On house northeast corner of Hazard and State 

streets. 

7. On engine house, Purchase street, near foot of 

Fi;anklin street. 

8. On pole southeast corner of County and Pearl sts. 

9. On southwest corner of North Third and Wam- 

sutta streets. 

14. On store northwest corner of Purchase and Wil- 

lis streets. 

15. On pole northeast corner of Smith and Cedar sts. 
IG. On engine house northwest corner of County and 

Hillman streets. 

17. On house southwest corner of Maxfield and Third 

streets. 

18. On bakery southeast corner of North and Pur- 

chase streets. 

24. On pole northwest cor, of Cedar and Kempton sts, 

25. On store S. E. corner of County and Kempton sts. 

26. On factory S. E. cor. of Water and Middle sts. 

27. On engine house northwest corner of Purchase 

street and Mechanics lane, 

28. On pole northeast corner of Court and Cedar sts. 
'^9. Arnold, corner Ash street. 

32. On Unitarian cliurch, northwest corner of Union 
and Eighth streets. 

34. On building N, W. cor. of Union and Water sts. 

35. On Trinitarian church, southwest corner of School 

and Fourth sti'eets. 

36. On paint mill southeast corner of Walnut and 

South Water streets. 

37. On pole N. E. corner of Bush and Orchard sts. 

38. On engine house northwest corner of Bedford and 

South Sixth streets. 

39. On carriage manufactory southeast corner of 

Third and Cannon streets. 
45. On pole southwest cor. of Bonney and Allen sts. 



NEW BEDFOED DIRECTORY. 



331 



46. On Mission chapel noitlieast corner of Leonard 

and South Water streets. 

47. On pole at the junction of County and South 

Sixth streets. 

48. On liouse N. E. cor. of South and So. Water sts. 
5"2. Acushnet avenue, corner Rockland street. 

56. On pole N. W. cor, of So. Water and Rivet sts. 



FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

TRUSTEES. 

JEx-officio. Term expires January, 1880. 

William T. Soule, Mayor of the City. 
Robert W. Taber, President of the Common Council. 
Eben C. Milliken, Chairman of the Committee of the 
City Council on Public Instriiction. 
Abraham H. Howlaiid jr., term expires January, 1880. 
S. Gi'iffitts Morgan, term expires January, 1880. 
George H. Dunbai-, term expires January^ 1881. 
George Howland jr., term expires January, 1881. 
Edwin Dews, term expires January, 1882. 
Charles H. Pierce, term expires January, 1882 

The Mayor, President of the Board. 

George E. Dunbar, Clerk. 

COMMITTEES. 

On the Library — The Mayor, George Howland jr., 
Morgan and Pierce, 

On the Building — Messrs. Milliken and Taber, 

On Binding and Blanks — Messrs. Abraham H. How- 
land jr., and Dunbar, 

On the Museum — Messrs, Morgan, Dews and Pierce. 

George E. Dunbar, Superintendent of the Library. 

Robeit C. Ingraham, Librarian. 

Josephine A. Merrick, Mary E. Brown, Assistant Li- 
brarians. 



EDUCATIONAL. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

William T, Soule, Mayor, ex-officio. 
Robert W. Taber, President ol the Common Council, 
ex-ojficio. 

Ward 1— J. Webster, E, W, Stanton, J. H. Cornell, 
Ward 2 — I. S. Cornish, C. R. Price, L. G. Hewins, jr. 



332 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

Ward 3 — H. A. Kerapton, I. W. Benjamin, O. A. Rob- 
erts. 

Ward 4— G. T. Hough, G. H. Dniibar, S. W. Hayes. 

Ward 5— C. T. Bonney, H. W. Seabury, F. A. Wash- 
buin. 

Ward 6— Betsey B. Winslow, Frank Paul, S. H. Pol- 
lock. 

supjeeintejStdekt of public schools. 

Henry F. Harrington, office City Hall basement. Of- 
fice hours S}4 to 9 a.m., V2}4 to 1 p.m. .Saturdays, Oi^ to 

10 A.M. 

TRUANT OFFICERS. 

Bartholomew Otheman, jr., Luther M. Dayton. Office 
Superintendent's room, from 8/^ to 9 a.m. each school day. 

OFFICERS- TO HAVE CARE OF NEGLECTED CHILDREN. 

Bartholomew Otheman, jr., and Plenry F. Harrington, 
Superintendent of Schools. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Between Summer, Chestnut, North, and Mill streets. 

Charles P. Rugg, Principal. 

Charles T. Bonney, jr., Mary S. Mendell, Sarah D. Ot- 
tiwell, Susan B. Cornish, Lizzie P. Briggs, Lydia J. 
Cranston, M. E. Austin, Assistants. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

FIFTH STREET. 

A. F. Wood, Princi2'>al. 

Hannali B. Robinson, Sarah A. Carr, Sarah E. Stod- 
dard, Mary E. Allen, M. A. Macy, E. J. Ashley, C. E. 
Brown, Mary A, Kane, Abby F. Sullivan, Lydia. A. Mac- 
reading, Assistants. 

MIDDLE STREET. 

M. C. Rodgers, Principal. 

Annie R. Commerford, Catherine Commerford, Jane E. 
Finkiil, Mary R. Hinckley, Clara R.Vincent, H. C. Arey, 
Agnes J. Dunlap, Mary A. Brownell, Lizzie Brightman, 
Assistants. 

PARKER STREET. 

Charles E. E. Mosher, Principal. 

Janet Hunter, Eliza J. 1). Shepherd, Martha A. Hemen- 
way, Helen M. Gordon, Drusilla W. Sears, Ada F. Wliit- 
ton,';iMatilda J. Smith, Lucretia N. Smith, Ruby M. Bos- 
wortli, Sarah F. Spare, Assistants. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 333 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

ACUSHNET AVENUE. 

Miss Jane E. Gilniore, PrincApal. 

Sarnh E. Kirwin, Mary J. Eldridge, Clara B. Springer, 
Teachers. 

ARNOLD STREET. 

Susan M, Tompkins, Teacher. 

BUSH STREET. 

Snrah H. Cranston, S. E. Sears, Eliza H. Sanford, E. 
G. Smith, Teachers. 

CEDAR STREET. 

Annie S. Homer, Judith S. Macomber, Louisa S. Heath, 
Abby D. Whitney, Teachers. 

DARTMOUTH STREET. 

Isadore F. Eldredge, Principal. 

Mary Eva Schwall, E. A. M. Simmons, Sarah H. Kel- 
ley. Teachers. 

GROVE STREET. 

Jane C. Thompson, S. E. Tuell, Sarah S. B. Thomas, 
E. R. Hathaway, Teachers. 

KEMPTON STREET. 

Edeni E. M. Chase, Eleanor Comraerford, A. T. Rich- 
mond, Maria E. Hayes, Teachers. 

LINDEN STREET. 

Elizabeth P. Spooner, Principal. 

Lucy S. Leach, Isabelle Luscomb, Clara E. Delano, 
Teachers. 

MAXFIELD STREET. 

Mary B. White, Principal. 

Sarah E. Field, H. B. S. Wilcox, Mercy K. Bartlett, 
Teachers. 

MERRIMAC STREET. 

Sarah H. Hewins, Principal. 

Ella Lincoln, Addie West, I. Foster, A. F. Jenney, 
I'eachers. 

WILLIAM STREET. 

Abby F. Bryant, A, Lincoln, M. J. Graham, L. E. Smith, 
Teachers. 

COUNTRY SCHOOLS. 

ACUSHNET. 

Miss C. C. Carr, M. F. Sylvia, Teachers. 



334 NEW BEDFORD DIEECTORY. 

CANJSTONVILLE. 

Mary A. Codding, E. F. Hazard, Teachers. 

Clark's point. 
Kate N. Lapham, Teacher. 

MILL SCHOOL. 

Emma R. Wentworth, Lucy J. Remington, Teachers. 

NORTH. 

C. F. Peckham, Teacher. 

PLAINVILLE. 

Miss N. Davis, Teacher. 

ROCKDALE. 

S. Flora Spare, Teacher. 

A. Cumniing, Teacher of Drawing. 

Jason White, Teacher of Music. 



PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

FRIEND'S ACADEMY. 

Morgan street. 

Andrew Ingraham, Principal. 

Edward H, Cobb, Celia L. Chase, Assistants. 

AIMWELL SCHOOL. 

North, near Foster. 

Mrs. William H. Knight, Principal. 

Mrs. Geo. O. Buckley, Miss Mary T. Smith, Assistants. 



CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 

William street, above Sixth. 
-, Pastor. 



Simeon B. Kldi-idge, Church Clerk, 

A. T. Eddy, Chairman. O. M. Leach, J. N.'Barrowsi, 
John B. Eld'ridge, Allen F. Wood, S. T. Viall, Levi 
Hawes, Asa P. Manchester, Andi-ew W. Russell, Board 
of Trustees. 

Levi Hawes, Treasurer. 

A. P. Manchester, Clerk of Trustees. 



NEW BEDFOKD DIRECTORY. 335 

William H. Pitman, Clerk of Society. 

Elij.-ih Knox, Sexton. 

A. T. Eddy, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

Joseph B. C. Tnell, Secretary. 

William H. Pitman, Treasurer. 

A. T. Eddy, President of the Society. 

SECOND BAPTIST CHURCFI. 

Middle street. 

NORTH BAPTIST CHURCH. 

County street, corner Merrimack. 

Charles A. Snow, Pastor. 

L. G. Hewins,jr., Clerk. 

Luther G. Hewins, Jonathan Smith. Thomas Pope, jr., 
George C. Hatch, Deacons. 

Augustus A. Green, President of Society. 

Luther G. Hewins, Thomas Pope, jr., John A. Bowen, 
Wm. Goddard, Trustees. 

George C. Hatch, Treasurer. 

Luther G. Hewins, jr., Clerk. 

Samuel T. Kldridge, Sexton. 

George C. Hatch, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

Luther G. Hewins, jr., Asst. Su-pt. of Sunday-school. 

Charles Baker, Secretary. 

SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH. 

North Sixth street, near Market square. 

Rev. James H. Lee, Pastor. 

Seipio Blackwell, Isaac Gwinn, M. A. Fortes, James 
Wiggins, John Carter, Peacons. 

Isaac Gwinn, James Wiggins, Theodore Taylor, Charles 
Thomas, Elias Moi-gan, John W. Williams, Trustees. 

James Reynolds, Treasurer. 

Benjamin Magnet, Clerk. 

CONGREGATIONAL, TRINITARIxlN. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

Acushnet village, New Bedford. 

Samuel- C. Bushnell, Pastor. 

Gillira Kendrick, John H. Paige, Deacons. 

Frank C. Terry, Clerk. 

Duncan I. Perry. Treasurer^ 

William Alfred, Sexton. 

Frank C. Tei'iy, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 



336 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

FOURTH STREET TRINITARIAN CHURCH. 

Fourth street, corner School. 

Rev. M. C. Julien, Pastor. 

I. N. Barrows, Ezra B, Chase, Eben Nye, Frederic A. 
Washburn, Isaac C. Sherman, William O. Woodman, 
Deacons. 

I. H. Bartlett jr., W. R. Wing, G. F. Kingman, I. C. 
Sherman, C. T, Bonnev, Trustees. 

G. W. Ellis, Clerk. 

I. H. Bartlett jr., Treasurer. 

James H. Warfield, Sexton. 

F. A. Washburn, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

NORTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

Pui chase street, corner Elm. 

Albert Hay ford Heath, Pastor. 

E. S. Cannon, Z. Sturtevant, John Hastings, Edward 
Haskell, T. C. Hatch, Deacons. 

J. C. Hitch, Clerk and Treasurer. 

The foregoing with Alex. H. Seabury and Samuel P. 
Burt, Church Committee. 

Joshua C. Hitch, Thacher C. Hatch, E. Williams 
Hervey, Trustees. 

Leonard Bushnell, Superintendent of the Sunday- 
school. 

Isaac Burns, Sexton 

MIDDLE STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCET. 

Middle street, head of North Sixth. 

Daniel L. Crafts, Pastor. 

Church Committee. — Ambrose E. Luce, Chairman,' 
Charles R. Sherman, Clerk; Charles Searell, Thomas 
Greenwood, Henry W. Tripp, Ephraim Brownell, Martin 
L. Hathaway, Joseph Lewis, Thomas E. Borden, Stephen 
G. Barnum, 

Isaac W. Benjamin, Treasurer., also Superintendent of 
Sunday-school. 

NORTH CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Purchase street, corner Middle. 

Organized Jan. 25, 1807. 

S. Wright Butler, Pastor. 

Willii^ni Pliillips, James Durfee, Charles M, Peirce, 
Asa Lothrop, Henry W. Smith, Nathaniel Stetson, War- 
dens. 

Charles E. Hendrickson, Clerk. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 337 

Orrick Smalley, Treasurer. 

Thomas T. Allen, Sexton. 

Wm. Phillips, Moses How, James Durfee, Charles M. 
Peirce, Nathaniel Stetson, Asa Lothrop, Henry W. 
Smith, Arvin Smith, L. D. Davis, C. C. Taber, Isaiah 
Wood, Wm. H. Chappell, Nye Handy, O. Smalley, John S. 
Allen, James Pierce, 2d, Geo. A. Covell, Church Com- 
mittee. * 

William Phillips, Nathan Chase, Isaiah Wood, James 
Durfee, Atwood Holmes, L. D. Davis, David S. Bliss, E. 

D. Mandell, George A. Covell, J. M. Lawton, O. Smalley, 
Chas E. Hendrickson, Finance Committee. 

James Durfee, Henry W. Smith, Charles M. Peirce, sen., 
Wra. Phillips, Nathan Chase, Trustees. 

Geoi'ge A. Covell, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

SOUTH CHPJSTIAN CHURCH. 

Bonney street, corner Sherman. 

Isaac H. Coe, Pastor. 

Allen Mosher, John S. Francis, Deacons. 

Wm. D. Sherman, Clerk. 

John B, Paulding, Treasurer. 

Isaac H. Coe, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

COKGEBGATIOKAL, UNITARIAN. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY. 

Union street, corner Eighth. 
Rev. William J. Potter, Pastor. 
John A. Hawes, Clerh. 
George A. Bourne, Treasurer. 

John R. Thornton, Edward D. Mandell, Frederick S. 
Allen, Assessors. 

Theodore Taylor, Sexton. 

Kev. Wra. J. Potter, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

EPISCOPAL. 

GRACE CHURCH. 

Union street, above Sixth. 
Rev. George A. Strong, Rector. 
Samuel Leonard, jr.. Senior Wcirden. 
C.'B. H. Fessenden, Junior 'Wa7'de?i^ 
E. H. Allen, Treasurer. 

Samuel Leonard, jr., Kilbourn Edwards, C. B. H. Fes- 
senden, Alexander Barker, H. Hathaway, T. Donaghy, 

E. H. Allen, Vestrymen. 
E. T. Morgan, Sexton. 

C. B. H. Fessenden, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 
22 



388 NEW BEDFORD DIEECTORY. 

ST. JAMES CflURCH. 

; County street, corner ]jinclen. 

Organized May 21, 1878. 
Rev. C. H. Proctor, Rector. 
Andrew Bannister, Senior Warden. ■ 
James Boardman, Junior Warden. 
Alexander Mccreary, Parish Clerk. 
William Smith, Sidney Smith, James Slater, William 
Robinson, William Phillips, Geo. R;imsbottom, Vestrymen. 
Louis H. Eaton, Precentor. 
James Wiley, Janitor. 

The Rector, Superintendent of Sunclay-school. 
Louis FI. Eaton, William Boardman, Assistants. 
William Bannister, John 'Qsium'&tQY, Parish Librarians. 

FRIENDS. 

CANNONVILLE CHURCH. 

Church at Cannonville. 

Josiah Holmes, jr., Rachel S. Howland, Wm. Thomp- 
son, Jlinisters. 

William C. Taber, Matthew Howland, Seth K. Akin, 
Betsey P. Wood, Sarah H. Anthony, Mary Smith, Anna 
G. Wood, Susan Thompson, Elders. 

There are two meetings of Fi'iends. The Society 
known as such from the earliest history of New Bedford, 
have a large brick meeting-house on Spring street, between 
Sixth and Seventh streets. Friends do not recognize the 
pastoral relation as it exists in connection with other so- 
cieties. ^ 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

ALLEN STREET METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH. 

Allen street, corner County. 

Rev. C. S. Nutter, Pastor. 

Henry M. Allen, J. C. Brock, Stephen D. Robinson, 
Charles A. Cook, James H. Sherman, Henry L. Davis, A, 
F. Bradford, Triostees. 

Charles A. Tuell, Glerh. 

Frederick P. Bliss. Sexton. 

Henry M. Allen, Frank P. T. Tuell, F. A. Bradford, 
Sidney Hatch, C. A. Tuell, J. C. Brock, Stewards. 

J. C. Brock, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

BETHEL METHODIST CHURCH. 

Kempton street, west of County. 
Rev. William J. Laws, Pastor. 
James Bailey, John L.Wright, Jackson Hawkins, Jonas 



NEW BEDFORD DIKECTORY. 339 

Allen, George T. Fisher, John L. Wright, David Robin- 
son, Trustees. 

Jackson Hawkins, Clerk. 

Jolin Oliver, Sexton. 

H. Webb, Siqoerintendent of Sunday-school. 

COUNTY STREET METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH. 

County street, corner Elm. • 

Rev. W. L. Phillips, Pastor. 

James Taylor, Job Wade, Frederick A. Sowie, Solo- 
mon T. Perry, Leonard B. Ellis, Benjamin Anthony, Geo. 
M. Eddy, S."^C. Hathaway, G. G. Gifford, Trustees". 

Ambrose Vincent, Benjamin Pitman, Geo. G. Gifford, 
Benjnmin Anthony, Sylvanus Bennett, George M. Eddy, 
Savory C. Hathaway, Charles DeWolf, Frank A. Butts, 
jr., Stetoards. 

William Hammond, Addison Woodward, Robert G. 
Bennett, Caleb L. Ellis, S. Hathaway, James Taylor, Class 
Leaders. 

George M. Eddy, Treasurer. 

Asa H. Kelley, Sexton. 

Leonard B. Ellis, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

FOURTH STREET METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH. 

Fourth street, south of Walnut. 

Rev. Asa N. Bodfish, Pastor. 

Niles Tiklen, John W. Pierce, Charles C. Sayer, Chas. 
H. Gifford, Irustees. 

George A. Poole, Amanda M. Macy, William A. Ellis, 
Chas. A. Fuller, Chas. H. Gifford, George Cooper, James 
D. Slocum, Stevmrds. 

Charles H. Gifford, Treasurer Board of Stetoards. 

Jason L. Ballon, Sexton. 

George Cooper. Siqoerintendent of Sunday-school. 

PLEASANT STREET METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH. 

Pleasant street, corner Sycamore. 

Established 1844. 

Rev. J. W. Malcolm, Pastor. 

S. S. Paine, W. Walker, J. L. Humphrey, S. Dammon, 
N. Tripp, John Kirk, B. Hinckley, H. R. Wilcox, R. Al- 
len, Trustees. 

R. Allen, Edward Milliken, I. B. Tompkins, E. J. Col- 
lamore, H. R. Wilcox, John Kirk, Chas. Gushing, Alfred 



340 ]SrEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

Studley, Jas. N". Parker, David W. Holmes, I. B. Tomp- 
kins, jr., Steioards. 

T. Trueraan, George W. Paine, G. M. Ripner, William 
Walker, S. Shepard, S. S. Paine, H. Freeman, D. S. 
Small, S. C. Caldwell, G. W. Paine, S. tS. Perry, B. Hinck- 
ley, N. Tripp, Leaders. 

S. S. Paine, Glerh and Treasurer. 

Hiram Beals, Sexton. 

George Paiij^e, Chorister. 

George W. Paine, Superintendent of Sunday -school. 

ZION CHURCH. 

Elm street, west of County. 

Rev. George Washington, Pastor in charge. 

Matthew Strawn, John Washington, John W. Davis., 
Thomas Clark, Abram Conklin, Jacob Johnson, Alexan- 
der Felton, Trustees. 

Abram Conklin, Sexton. 

Alfred Smith, Clerk. 

Wilson Turner, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

ST. LAWRENCE CHURCH. 

County street. 
Rev. Hugh J. Smyth, Pastor. 
Rev. James F, Clark, Assistant Pastor. 
James F. McKenney, Sexton. 
John Corish, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 

CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART. 

Ashland street, corner Robeson. 
Rev. George Pagei-, Pastor. 

ST. MARY'S CHURCH. 

Fifth street, corner School. 
Is used for children's mass and Sunday-school. 

ST. JOHN BAPTIST (PORTUGESE). 

Wing street, corner Fifth. 
Rev. Antonio M. Freitas, Pastor. 

SECOND ADVENT. 

CHRISTIAN UNION. 

100 High street. 
Rev. A. Higgins, Pastor. 
E. C. Palmer, Cleric and Treasurer. 
Ellery Records, William A. Bassett, Deacons. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 341 

Ellery Records, Win. A. Bassett, Charles Daggett, Jas. 
Prior, E. C. Palmer, Thomas Sharpies, Directors. 
E. J. GifFord, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 
Iram Hayward, Sexton. 

KEMPTON STREET ADVENT CHURCH. 

Kempton street, near County. 
Rev. E. A. Stockman, Pastor. 
E. E. Church, H. V. Davis, Deacons. 
Benjamin Irish, Chairman of Church and Finance 
Committee. 
James G. Harding, Clerk and Treasurer. 
Ezra Wing, Sexton. 

UNIYERSALIST. 

FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH. 

William street, near Eighth. 
Rev. W, C. Stiles, Pastor. 
Hiram Van Campen, Clerk. 
Hosea M. Kuowlton, Treasurer. 
A. H. Heath, Sexton. 

J. M.'Morton, W. C. Hodgdon, S. N. Cudworth, John 
M, Foster, Standing Committee. 

H. M. Knowlton, Superintendent of Sunday-school. 



SEAMEN'S BETHEL. 

Bethel street, between William and Union. 
James D. Butler, Chaplain. 
James G. Harding, Superintendent Sunday-school. 

UNION CHURCH. 

Allen's Corner, Plainville. 

HOWLAND CHAPEL. 

588 Purchase street, North of Merrimac. 

Erected in 1871, by Matthew Howland, for a free cliap- 
el, and a Sunday-school for the population in the vicinity 
of the Wamsutta Mills. A Sunday-school is held oil Sun- 
day afternoons, and religious services on Sunday even- 
ings during the year. 

OLIVET CHAPEL. 

Tiiird street, corner Blackmore. 
David S. Wood, A. K. Dennison, Trustees. 
David S. Wood, Superintendent of Bible School. 



342 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

ROCKDALE FREE CHAPEL ASSOCIATION 

Organized March 19, 1873. 
-, Pastor. 



Elias Terry, President. 

George A. Potter, Secretary and ClerJc. 

William P. Jones, Treasurer. 

Elias Terry, Meltiali Hathaway, Jas. T. Almy, Trustees. 

MISSIONARY CHAPEL. 

Located on South Water street, corner Leonard. 
Tristram R. Dennison, (Jity Missionary. 
T. R. Dennison, Superintendent. 

150 scholars. Religious service is held and a Sunday- 
school maintained in this Chapel. 

NEW BEDE^ORD SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIA- 
TION. 

Rev. M. C. Julien, President, 
Leonard B. Ellis, Vice-president. 
Rev. Benjamin S. Bachelor, Secretary. 
Samuel P. Bart, Treasurer. 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 
ANDONIRAM CHAPTER. R. A. CHAPTER. 

Regular convocations first Wednesday in each month. 
Jas. L.Sherman, J/: ^.^ P. Benj. S. Jenkins, R. A. C. ■ 
Albert E. Waight, E. K. G. R. Stetson, M. of 3d V. 
Henry M. Olmstead, E. S. J. W. Taylor, M. of 2d V. 
Edward Stetson, Treasurer. T. W. Cole, M of 1st V. 
H. Wilder Emerson, Sec. Wanton T. Drew, Chaplain. 
Thomas L. Allen, O. of H. B, F. Jenney, Orc/anist. 
William M. Thorup, P. S. Wm. A. Searell, Sentinel. 

SUTTON COMMANDERY. 

Knights Templae. 

Regular assembly first Thursday in each month. 

I-Ienry Field jr., E. C. Wm. H. Sherman, Std. J3. 

James Taylor, Qen. Edwin Dews, War. 

Chas H. Sanford, Oapt. G. Thos. L. Allen, S(l G. 

Wanton T. Drew, Prelate. Benj. S. Jenkins, 2d G. 

Jacob B. Hadley, Treas. Henry G. Pomeroy, 1st G. 

H. W. Emerson, Mec. B. F. Jenney, Organist. 

Wm. T. Soule, S. W. Wm. A. Searell, Armorer 
Jas. L. Sherman, J. W. and Sentinel. 

W. H. Matthews, Swd. B. 



NEW BEDFORD DTRECTOEY. 843 

STAR IN THE EAST LODGE, F. & A. M. 

Reo^nlar communications first Monday in each month. 

E. C.^Ganliner, W. M. Frank S. Akin, 3Iar. 
Anthony D. Hall, S. W. B. Frank Jenney, Chajylain. 
Theodoi-e VV. Cole, J. W. Abram C. Luce, jS. S. 
Erlward Stetson, Treasurer. Richmond A. Gifford, e7. /S. 
James C. Flitch, Secretary. Leonaixl H. Morse, I. /S. 
Fred S. Brailford, S. D. Chas. H. Sanford, Organist. 
Frank M. Asldey, J. D. Wm. A. Searell, Tyler. 

Edward Stetson, Hall Committee. 

EUREKA LODGE, F. & A. M. 

Reo-nlar communications first Friday in each month. 
WmTT. Soule, W. M. Daniel W. Corey, J. D. 

F. W. Mosher, .S^. W. El bridge A. Turner, S. S. 
Edwin. Dews, J. W. Edward H. Field, J. S. 
H. A. GifFord jr.. Treasurer. Haile R. Luther, Mcir. 
Geo. W. Parker, Secretary. George Pierce, Organist. 
Wanton T. Drew, Chaplain. William A. Searell, Tyler. 
Arnold B. Wady, S. D. John A. Lee, Hall Com. 

UNION LODGE, NO. 7, F. & A. M. 

(COLOKED.) 

Regular communication first Monday in each month, 
at hall, 139 Union street. 
William B. Smith, W. M. Charles J. Wood, Sec. 



ODD FELLOWS. 

ANN A WAN ENCAMPMENT, L O. OF O. F. 

Meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month, in 
Odd Fcdlows Hall, Hicks' building, Purcliase street. 
James H. Sherman, C. P. Herbert A. Brown, e7". TF! 
Stephen P. Sawyer, H. P. Charles V. Hillman, Treas. 
John H. Lowe, S. W. Herbert B. Gardner, P. S. 

Charles W. Brownell, P". S. 

ACUSHNET LODGE, NO. 41, L O. OF O. F. 

Meets every Tuesday evening, at Odd Fellows Hall, 
Hicks building. Purchase street, corner Mechanics lane. 
Amos W. Iladley, JV. Gf. Crawford S. Pierce. Sec. 
Clias, W. Brownell, V. G. Robert W. Taber, Treas. 

VESTA LODGE, NO. 166, I. O. OF O. F. 

Meets every Monday evening, at Odd Fellows Hall, 
Waverly building, 9 P^ourth street. 
John Wing, JSF. G. Frederick Denham, Sec. 

Herbert A. Brown, V. G. Alfred Wilson, Treas. 



3i4 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTOKY. 

POTOMSKA LODGE, NO. 1511, G. U. O. OF O. F. 

Meets first and third Fridays in each month, at Liberty 
Hall building. Purchase sti-eet, corner VVilliaai. 
James A. Robinson, IT. G. Daniel W. Davis, P. S. 

ODD FELLOWS BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION OF 
SOUTHERN MASSACHUSETTS. 

Samuel C. Hart, President. 
Charles B. Hilhnan, J/'irst Vice-president. 
George W. Farnham, Second Vice-president. 
Robert W. Taber, Secretary. 
Charles H. Taber, Treasurer. 

Joseph G. Tirrell, Chai-les W. Brownell, Geo. P. Brock, 
Finance Committee. . 

DIRECTOES. 

Samuel C. Hart, E. D. Tisdale, 

Charles H. Taber, James H. Pizer, 
W. R. N. Silvester, Taunton. 

George W. Farnham, John Baxter, 

Chartes W. Brownell, Geo. N. Craudall, 
Charles B. Hillman, Attleborough. 

Robert W. Taber, Nelson Wilbur, 

Jos. G. Tirrell, William J. Mclntyre, 
John Wing, Fall River. 

O. E. GiffoKl, J. J. Whipple, 

George P. Brock, H. H. Howard, 
J. L. Ballon, Brockton. 

New Bedford, Lemuel Bradfoixl, 

Plymouth. 



RED MEN. 

POTOMSKA STAMM, NO. 182. 
Meets every Monday evening, at 23 South Second st. 
Frank Steil, 0. C. John B. Habicht, Treas. 

Will. Quesko, U. (J. Geoi-ge Vogel, Pr. 

Geo. Hammerschmidt, ^. C. Peter Fichtenmayer, K. 
Herman Karcher, Sec, Martin Freundschu, W. 



KNIGHTS OF HONOR 

NEW BEDFORD LODGE, NO. 667. 
Meets every Thursday evening, in Knights of Honor 
Hall, Masonic building, Union street. 
O. E. Gifford, P. I). William B. Anthony, G. 

William H. Estes, D. Fred. S. Gifford, M. 

D. F. Waterman, V. B. John A, Bates, F. R. 
Robert G. Reed, A. B. L. G. Ilewins, jr., T. 

Wm. W. Weeden, Chap. R. S. Eldridge, Guard. 
John II. Flood, S. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 31:5 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

* DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETT, WILLIAM 

LOGAN RODMAN POST, NO. 1, G. A. R. 

Meets every Wednesday evening at Grand Army Halb 
39 Purchase street. 

Andrew J. Smith, Com. F. B. Nesbitt, Surgeon. 
James L. Wilbur, S. V. C. Charles A. Crookei-, Chap. 
John W. Footman, J. V.C. Otis B. Phinney, Q. M. 
Ezra K. Bly, Ac7Jt. 

ROBERT G. SHAW POST, No 146, G. A. R. 

Meets Thursday evenings, Neptune Hall, Market street, 
corner Pleasant. 

George T. Fisher, Com. Cliarles Harrison, Surgeon. 

Robert R. Green, S. V. C. C. S. B. Ellis, Chcq^Mn. 
Geo. Williams, J. V. C. Horatio N. Smitli, O.J). 

I. H, Clayton, ^i1 term, ^y^. Harrison Lee, 0. G. 
Richard Oliver, Q. M. ' ' J. A. Peugh, S. 31. 
Joseph Wilson, Q. M. S. 



MILITARY ORGANIZATION. 

NEW BEDFORD CITY GUARDS. 

Meets every Monday evening, at Armory, Mechanics 
Hall, William street. 

William Sanders, Captain. Wm. R. Spooner, Clerk and 
J. K. McAfee, First Lieut. Treasurer. 
J. H. Dean, Second Lieut. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 
NEW BEDFORD REFORM CLUB. 

Organized 1876. 

Meets every Sunday in City Hall, At the rooms, 
Sears court, Monday and Friday evenings at 7.30. 

William A. Beard, President. 

Isaac N. Barrows, Charles A. Gilman, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Bliss, John C. Lee, Wm. C. Gilford, Vice-presidents. 

Henry C, Farnham, Secretary. 

George B. liichmond. Treasurer. 

T. R. Dennison, Chaplain. 

Mrs. Etta S. Shaw, Organist. 



346 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

MOUNT TABER COITNCIL, NO. 13. 

Meets first Friday in every month, at Templars Hall, 
in Ricketson block, Union street, corner Fourth. 

EL BETHEL TEMPLE OF HONOR, NO. 24. 

Meets Thursday night, at Templars Hall, in Ricketson 
block, Union street, corner Fourth. 

Anthony D. Hall, W. C. T. .Jas. S. Hathaway, W. T. 
Francis H. Greene, W. V. T. Amos W. Hadley, W. TJ. 
Charles W. Knight, W. R. Chas. S. Phillips, ^Y. D. U. 
Gideon L. Taber, W. A. R. Alden Braley, Chaplain. 
Win. H. H. Allen, W. F. R. Benj. Haffords, jr., W. G. 
Jesse A.. Warner, W. S. 

ORIENT LODGE, NO. 173 GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Meets Thursday evenings, at Orient Hall, Elm street, 
corner Purchase 

John Wilson, W. C. T. Mamie L. Haward, I. G. 

Amelia Howard, W. V. T. George G. Peck, 0. G. 
Eliza M. Bliss, R. S. Georgie Bowman, De;:*. Jfar. 

Charles Bliss, F. S. Nannie Eilenwpod, R. 8. 

John Mitchell, Treasurer. Sarah Butman, L. S. 
Clara Rowe, Chaplain. Lottie Cross, Assistant Sec. 

Daniel Mitchell, Marshal. Etta Shaw, Organist. 
Charles A. Oilman, P. ^¥. C. T. 

LIBERTY LODGE, NO. 48 GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Meets Temperance H;>11 Monday night. 
Wm. O. Cross, W. C. T. Elizi J. Mitchell, W.I. G.' 
Abby Leavitt, W. V. T. D. J. Humphrey, W. 0. G. 
R. T. Durfee, R. S. Emily B. Butnvm, W. D. M. 

Julia E. Hathaway, W. F. S. Lillie Humphrey, W. A. S. 
George A. B^ard,''TF; T. Harriet Stimpsou, TF;^.//1*S'. 
Elizabeth Eldridge, W. C. Mary Bowen, W. L. H. S. 
Hannah Greenwood, W. 31 Tiios. T. Allen, R. W. C. T. 

REFUGE DIVISION, NO. 36, S. OF T. 

Meets Wednesday evening of each week, at Temple of 
Honor Hall, Union street, corner Fourth. 

ACUSHNET DIVISION, NO. 87, S. OF T. 

Meets every Tuesday evening, at Temperance Hall. 

B. F. H. Reed, IF. P. Elnatlian Hawes, Chap. 

Wm. O. Cross, IF. A. Adaline A. Durfee, C. 

Richard T. Durfey, R. S. Joseph B. Reynolds, A. O. 

Thomas Forbes, A. R. S. Geoi-ge H. Tram an, I. 8. 

Charles D. Tuell, F. 8. Samuel Jones, 0. 8. 

Augustus Smith, T. James Winslow, P. W. P. 



NEW BEDFOED DIEECTOKY. 347 

ST. LAWRENCE CATHOLIC TEMPERANCE 
SOCIETY. 

Meets eveiy Sunday evening, at Neptune Hall, Market 
street, corner Pleasant. 
John \Velch, President. 
Richard Dnffacy, Vice-president. 
Michael Dugan, Recording /Secretary. 
John Johnson,. Corresponding Secretary. 
Edward Kenney, Treasurer. 



I. O. OF G. S. 

TEMPLE UNION LODGE, NO. 4. 

Fountain Ellis, TF] C. Alfred A. Smith, TF. V. 

Sonovia Smith, P. D. Sai-ah E. Johnson, J), of F. 

Jacob Johnson, li. S. Frances T. Johnson, />. ofi. 

Chas. L. B. Ellis, P\ S. Sarah E. Townsend, F. D. 

James Thomas, Prelate. Mary E. Robinson, T. 
Geo. Washington, P. W. C. Arabella Webster, P. P. JD. 



BENEVOLENT AND OTHER SOCIETIES. 

ASSOCIATION FOR THE RELIEF OF AGED 
WOMEN OF NEW BEDFORD. 

Mrs. Matthew Howland, President. 
Mrs. Loura Snow, Vice-president. 
Mrs. Henry T. Wood, Treasurer. 
Mrs. Oliver Pi'escott, Secretary. 

MANAGEES. 

Mrs. Jose])h Grinnell, Miss Louise S. Cummings, 

Mrs. Abrnham Russell, Mrs. Frederick S. Gifforcl, 

Mrs. Geo. Howland, jr., Miss Susan Snow, 

Mrs. Willi.-im Phillips, Mrs. Edward C. Jones, 

Mrs. Wm. G. E. Pope, Mrs. Chas. D. Sticl<ney, 

Mrs. Joseph R. Reed, Mrs. Wm. G. Wood, 

Mrs. Cornelius Howland, Mrs. Horatio Hathaway, 

Mrs. Caleb Anthony, Mrs. Wm. A. Dana, 

Mrs. B. R. Almy, " Miss Gertrude Baxter, 

Mrs. William Thompson, Miss Anna Clifford, 

Mrs. J;imes Fisher, Miss Mary T. Howland, 

Mrs. William J. Rotch, Mis. George Hussey, 

Mrs. James Almy, Mrs. Daniel Wilder, 

Mrs. Edward D. Mandell, Mrs. John F. Tucker. 

ADVISERS. 

Thomas Nye, jr., Edward D. Mandell, 

Oliver Prescott, Horatio Hathaway. 

Joseph Grinnell, 



348 NEW EEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE. 

Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Pope, 

Mrs. Henry T. Wood, Mrs. Read, 

Mrs. Tlioinpson, Mrs. James Aliny. 

John F. Tucker, Auditor. 

BRISTOL SOUTH DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Orgniiized June 26, 1839. 

Dr. E. P. Abbe, New Bedford, President, ■ 
Dr. C. L. Svvasey, Vice-jyresident. 

Dr. A. M. Pierce, New Bedford, Secretary, Treasurer, 
and Librarian. 

COUNCILORS. 

Drs. S. W. Bowen and R. T. Davis, Fall River. 

A. B. Paun, Middleborougli. 

F. A. Sawyei-, Warehara. 

John A. Mackie and F. H. Hooper, New Bedford. 

CENSORS. 

Drs. C. D. Stickney, H. Johnson, New Bedford. 

J. B. Whittaker, Jerome D welly, A. M. Pierce, Fall 
River. 

Dr. G. S. Eddy, Fall River, District Reporter. 

This Society is subordinate to the Massacliusetts Medi- 
cal Society, and consists of Fellows of that Society re- 
siding in this part of the state. Its object is the promo- 
tion of medical science, and meetings are held at Fall 
River in May and at New Bedford in November of each 
year. 

BURNS CLUB. 

Meets every Thursday evening, at Hall, Market square. 

Regular business meeting on the first Monday of each 
month. 

Joseph Johnson, President. 
Joseph Deacon, Vice-president. 
WiUiam Deacon, Secretary. 
George McNeil, Treasurer. 

LADIES CITY MISSION SOCIETY. 

The annual meeting of the corporation is held on the 
first Wednesday of January. 

Mrs. Matthew Ilowland, President. 
Mrs. Catherine Seabury, Vice-p>resident. 
Miss Amelia B. Sears, Clerk. 
Mrs. Cliarles P. Rugg, Treasurer. 
Mrs. George B. Richmond, Auditor. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 349 

DIEECTORS. 

Mrs. John Hastings, . Mrs. S. Thomas, 

Mrs. E. S. Cannon, Mi's. S. Hutcliinson, 

Mrs, J. D. Knowles, Mrs. Rhoda Giiford, - 

JMrs. J. II. Read, Mrs. Wra. A. Church, 

Mrs. C. D. Stickney, Mrs. George Hastings, 

Miss L. G. Davenport, Mrs. William Wood, 

Mrs. G. B. Hathaway, Miss E. W. Montague, 

Mrs. H. M. Stowe, Mrs. George Homer, 

Mrs. Augnstus A. Green, Mrs. James M. Tripp, 

Mrs. S. JB. Coggeshall, Mrs. Charles Taber, 

Mi's. Cornelius Flowland, Mrs. James Stanton, 

Miss Emily H. Boui'ne, Mrs. Edward Whiting, 

Mrs. Ruth' Smith, Mrs. S. N. Potter, 

Mrs. Prince Sears, Miss Jane Gardner. 
Mrs. George Marston, 

ADYISORY COMMITTEE. 

Matthew Howland, G. P. Bartlet^t, 

E. S. Cannon, James Munroe. 

Charles T. Bonney, 

T. R. Dennisou, City 3Iiss%onary. 

NEW BEDFORD BASE BALL ASSOCIATION. 

DIRECTORS. 

Charles W. Clifford, Edwin Dews, 

Morgan liotch, Arthur S. Anthony. 

Ruths A. Soule, 

Horace Wood, Treasurer. 

LIBERTY HALL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized July 15th, 1841. 

Hall re-built in 1865. 

George A. Bourne, President. 
Thomas Wilcox, Clerk. 
Joseph Buckminster, Treasurer. 

George A. Bourne, Thomas Wilcox, Joseph Buckmin- 
ster, Directors. 
Thomas L. Parsons, Agent. 

NEW BEDFORD BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Depository at S. Hutchinson's, Union street. 
Matthew Howland, President. 

William H. Taylor, Henry T. Wood, Yice-presidents. 
David S. Wood, Secretary. 
James W. Hervey, Treasurer , 
James D. Butler, Agent. 



350 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

BOAED OF MANAGERS. 

Rev. A. H. Heath, E. liodnian. 

Rev. B. S. Bachelor, CTeoraje B. Richmond, 

Rev. I. H. Coe, E. William Hervej^, 

Rev. O. A. Roberts, F. A. Washburn, 

Rev. M. 0. Julien, Wilham Phillips, 

Rev. J. D. Bntler, F. L. Gil man. 

Rev. D. D. Winn, A. T. Eddy, 

C. T. Bonney, I. W. Benjamin, 

S. Griiiitts Morgan, James Taylor, 

T. K. Dennison, George C. Hatch, 

G. W. Paine, Wm. L. Sayer, 

H. Van Campen, Wm. F. Butler. 

NEW BEDFORD CHORAL ASSOCIATION. 

Leonard B. Ellis, President. 

B. F. Jenney, Thomas Hersom, Elisha B. Tinkham, 
Vice-presidents. 
B. F. W. Reed, Secretary. 
Fred. A. Washburn, Treasurer. 
Sylvanus Bennett, Librarian. 
Alfred G. Wilbor, Assistant JLibrarian. 

DIRECTORS. 

Leonard B. Ellis, Svlvanus Bennett, 

B. F. Jenney, Mrs. D. A. Caldwell, 

Thomas Hersom, Mrs. O. A. Buckley, 

Elisha B. Tinkham, H. Wilder Emerson, 

B. F. H. Reed, Charles H. Sanford, 

Fred. A. Washburn, Dr. Wm. H. Taylor. 

The Officers and Directors constitute the Board of 
Management, who attend to the general and business in- 
terest of the Societ3^ 

NEW BEDFORD DORCAS SOCIETY. 

Oi'ganized .January 3, 183L 
Regular meetings are held every two weeks, and the 
annual meeting the second week in October. 
Mrs. A. D. i-latch. President. 
Mrs. William Tallman, Vice-president. 
Mrs. Ezi'a K. Bly, Secretary. 
Mrs. Joseph Brownell, Treasurer. 

MANAGERS. 

Mrs. Benjamin Pitman, Mrs. William Gordon, jr., 

Mrs. A. C. Bacon, Mrs. Leonard Crowell, 

Mrs. Josiah Richmond, Mrs. Humphrey Kirby, 

Mrs. James M. Tripp, Mrs. H. N. Deane, 

Mrs. John Hunt, Mrs. Prince Sears, 

Mrs. Robert C. Topham, Mrs. William J. Norton, 
Mrs. Charles W. Brownell, Mrs. William J. Cobb, 
Mrs. Loum Snow, Mrs. Job Wade, 

Mrs. James Taylor. 
This is one of our oldest and most efficient charities. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 351 

NEW BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI. 

Dr. Robert G. Reed, President. 
Dr. William H. Taylor, Vice-president. 
Miss Mary Otlieman, Secretary. 
Miss Annie E. L. Borden, Treasurer. 

NEW BEDFORD LYCEUM. 

Founded 1828. 
Annual meetino-, first Tuesday in May. 

C. P. Rngg, President. 

Joseph Buckininster, E, W. Hervey. Vice-presidents. 

Thomas H. Knowles, Clerk. 

.James W. Hervey, Treasurer. 

Thomas R. Rodman, Leonard B. Ellis, William H. Pit- 
man, Committee on Lectures. 

Charles T. Bonney, Henry J. Taylor, John W. Sail- 
ings, Trustees. 

NEW BEDFORD PORT SOCIETY. 

Hon. George Howland, jr., President. 

James B. C(.)ngdon, William Phillips, Vice-presidents. 

James Taylor, Rec. Secretary. 

James D. Butler, Correspoyiding Secretary. 

Gideon B. Wright, Treasurer. 

Rev. James D. Butler, Chaplain. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

Thomas H. Knowles, Edmund Rodman, 

William H. Taylor, Augustus A. Greene, 

Joseph C. Delano, Samuel H. Cook, 

Alexander H. Seabury, Jireh Swift, 

George B. Richmond, Henry T. Wood, 

Oliver Prescott, F. A. Washburn, 

Edward D. Mandell, George F, Bartlett, 

Edward Haskell, Matthew Ilowland, 

C. B. H. Fessenden, Timothy D. Cook, 

Abram T. Eddy, George \\. Phillips, 
John F. Tucker. 

NEW BEDFORD PROTECTING SOCIETY. 

Lemuel M. Kollock, President. 

Edvvarc^H. Allen, Secretary and Treasurer. 

George R. Phillips, Otis N. Pierce, George D. Gifford, 
Jonathan Handy, L. M. Kollock, Charles S. Kelley, 
Directors. 



352 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

LADIES' BRANCH N. B. PORT SOCIETY. 

Meets secon;! Thursday in each month. Annual meet- 
ing, second Thursday in January. 

Mrs. "Joseph Browuell, Presi(iri??i?. 
Mrs. Joseph Grinnell, Vice-president. 
Mrs. A. D. Hatch, Secretary. 
■ Mrs. John Hunt, Treasurer. 

The Mariners Home, on Bethel street, is conducted un- 
der the manngement of this society. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. 
O. Nye in charge. 



SOUTHERN MASS. POULTRY ASSOCIATION. 

Incorporated July, 1878. 

James Davis, Fall Fiiver, President.' 
Philander Williams, Taunton, Dr. James C. Mara, E'air- 
haven, Vice-presidents. 

Edmunil Rodman, New Bedford, Secretary. 
R. G. Buffi ngton, Somerset, Treasurer. 
George D. Johnson, Fall River, Auditor. 

DIEECTOES. 

Philander Williams, J. E. Wilraarth, Taunton. 
Charles H. Jenney, Westort. 
William P. Shepard, Fall River. 
R. G. Bnffington, Somerset. 
Lucius Dunbar, North Bridgewater. 
Holder M. Brownell, George F. Parlow, Edmund Rod- 
man, New Bedford. 



NEW" ENGLAND MUTUAL AID SOCIETY. 

J. A. Beauvais, Esq., President. 

Hon. Francis A. Hobart, Charles E. Carpenter, Esq., 
Vice-pres iden ts. 

Geo. Kempton, Secretary, 31 Milk street, Boston. 

Joseph Buckminster, Treasurer, New Bedford. 

John H. Mackie, a.m., m.d., Medical Director, New 
Bedford. 

Geo. T. Perkins, m.d., Medical Ex-atniner, Boston. 



THE FIREMAN'S MUTUAL AID SOCIETY. 

James G. Harding, President. 
Henry A. Gray,' Secretary. 
Alfred M. Chapman, Treasurer. 



NEW BEDFOKD DIRECTORY. 



353 



WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Mrs. Matthew Howland, President. 
Mrs. Josiah Richinond, Mrs. Thatcher C. Hatch, Mrs. 
Horatio Hathaway, Vice-jyresidents. 

Mi'S. George Hasting-s, Corresponding Secretary. 
Mrs. A. D. Hatch, Recording Secretary- 
Miss Lizzie N. Crowell, Treasurer. 
Mrs. William Thompson, Auditor. 

DIRECTOKS. 

Mrs. Wm. Dana, Mi's. George A. Poole, 

Mrs. Lemuel T. Wilcox, Mrs. William J. Norton, 



Miss Ella Smith, 
Mrs. Charles Brownell, 
Mrs. Annie Scott, 
Mrs. Isaac Benjamin, 
Mrs. Job Wade, 
Mrs. Wm. S. Cobb, 
Mrs. Leonard Jenney, 
Mrs. John B. Paulding, 
Mrs. Abram Taber, 
Mrs. Freeman Luce, 
Mrs. Sylvanus Thomas, 
Mrs. Leonard Crowell, 
Mrs. Abner Bartlett, 
Mrs. Leonard B. Ellis, 
Mrs George D. Hough, 
Miss Emma C. Haskell, 
Miss Mary E. Austin, 
Mrs. Henry T. Wood, 
Miss LucyHewins, 
Mrs. John B. Baylies, 
Mrs. Charles S. Nutter, 
Mrs. Ruth S. Murray, 
Mrs. Edward H. Martin, 
Miss Hattie Seabu'ry. 



Mrs. S. Hutchinson, 
Mrs. H. W. Seabury, 
Mrs. Simeon M. Rose, 
Miss Lydia G. Davenport, 
Aliss Florence Ladd, 
Mrs. Dana Humphrey, 
Mrs. S. GrifBtts Morgan, 
Mrs. Alonzo Cory, 
Miss Electa Montague, 
Miss Ella I vers, 
Mrs. Humphrey Kirby, 
Mrs. Phineas White, 
Mrs. Stephen N. Potter, 
Mrs. Charles Dias, 
Mrs. Catherine Seabury, 
Mrs. Amasa Bullard, 
Mrs. Henry G. Weeks, 
Mrs. Wm. Gordon jr.. 
Miss Lizzie B. Gordon, 
Miss Carrie Burt, 
Mrs. George B. Richmond, 
Mrs. Henry Walker. 
Mrs. Harry J. Leach, 
Mrs. Abram M. Gidley, 

A general representation of the various religious socie- 
ties aimed at in the selection of managers. 

The object of the association is to surround all women 
residing in the city with christian influences ; and such a 
commendable mission should attract all who love Jesus 
and his work. The condition of membership is an annual 
payment of 50 cents, or life membership can be secured 
for $20. 

CITY FARM. 

At Clark's Point. 
Peleg S. Macy, Sujyt. Asa Allen, Cook. 

Mrs C. S. Macy, Matron. Wm. O'Hara, Baker. 
Rev. O. A. Robeits, Chap. John Blanding, Farmer. 
Albert A. Chase, Hospital Mrs. Albert A. Chase, IIos- 
Steioard and JS'urhe. pital Nurse, 

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354 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

UNION FOR GOOD WORKS. 

Rooms in Hicks' building, Purchase sti'eet, corner 
Mechanics lane. 

Established Feb. 9th, 1870. 

The object of the members of this Society is "To do 
Good and to Grow Better." 

S. Griffitts Morgan, President. 

Hii'am Van Campen, James M. Lawton, Mrs Caroline 
A. Tucker, Mrs. Mary P. Rugg, Vice-presidents. 

Miss Emily H. Bourne, Secretary. 

Miss Lucy A. Leonard, Assistant Secretary. 

Frederick S. Allen, Treasurer. 

Miss Abby S. Tobey, Matron. 

William M. Webster, Superintendent of Amusement 
room. 

G. H. Bartlett jr., and Thomas H. Knowles, Auditors. 

The above officers, with William J. Potter, Charles 
Chandler, constitute the Executive Committe. 



YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF 
NEW BEDFORD. 

Rooms bl4 Purchase street, second floor. 

Geo. M. ^^dy, President. Edmund Rodman, Sec. 
H. T. Wood, Vice Pres. John F. Tucker, Treasurer. 
Religious meetings at the rooms. Prayer-meeting 
every Sunday evening at six p.m. during the summer 
months, and at five and a half p.m. during the winter. 
The regular meetings of the association are held on the 
first Thursday evening of every month, and the regular 
meeting of the Board of Directors is held on the previous 
Tuesday evening. 



ORPHANS HOME. 

Clark's Point road, corner Cove. 

Organized in 1842. 

For orphans of both sexes. About 30 inmates. 
Miss Celia Brett, Matron. 
Mrs. Eliza A. Brett, Assistant Matron. 
Mrs. William C. N. Swift, President. 
Mrs. William Crapo, Secretary. 
Mrs. James D. Thompson, Treasurer. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 355 

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL. 

Cnmpbell street, corner Pleasant. 

Under control of the Sisters of Mercy, is now open for 
the reception of the sick. A Board of experienced phy- 
sicians and surgeons have been selected as officers of the 
Hospital, and patients will have the kind and attentive 
care of the Sisters of Mercy. The following gentlemen 
comprise the Hospital stnff. 

Sister Bernard, Superior. 

Rev. Hugh J. Smyth, Director. 

S. W. Hayes, m.d.. Physician in Charge. 

George Atwood, m.d., Fairhaven, J. H. Mackie, m.d., 7 
Morgan street, E. P. Abbe, m.d., Clinton street, corner 
County, Gonsxdting Physicians and Surgeons. 

S. W. Hayes, m.d., 68 Purchase, G. T. Hough, m.d., 95 
Elm, F. H. Hooper, m.d., 150 County, H. Johnson, bi.d., 
14 South Sixth, Visiting Physicians and Surgeons. 

J. J. B.Vertnyne, m.d., 167 Union,' Opthalmic Surgeon. 

Applications for admission should be made at the Hos- 
pital betweeh 9 and 10 a.m., daily. In cases of emergen- 
cy patients admitted at any time. 



INCORPORATED COMPANIES, ETC. 

ACUSHNET CO-OPERATIVE. 

213 Acushnet avenue, corner Russell. 
Sylvanus Bennett, Agent. (See adv. dept., p. 28.) 



CENTRAL UNION ASSOCIATION. 

5 North Sixth street. 
B, F. Brownell, Treasurer. (See adv. dept., p. 30.) 



FALL RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. 

William J. Rotch, President. 

Morgan Rotch, Treasurer. 

"William Rotch, Clerk. 

William J. Rotch, J. A. Beauvais, Morgan Rotch, New 
Bedford, Nathaniel Thayer, jr., Lancaster, John H. Perry, 
Boston, William Rotch, Fall River, Directors. 



356 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

GOSNOLD MILLS. 

Office 566 Acushnet avenue. 

Manufacturers of Iron. 

Capital, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. Par value, |100. 

Joseph H. Cornell, President and Treasurer. 

Henry Howard, Superintendent. 

John A. Bates, Clerk. 

George Wilson, J. H. Cornell, Geo. F. Kingman, Wm, 
G. Taber, Atwood Holmes, Directors. (See advt. front 
colored page.) 



MORSE TWIST DRILL AND MACHINE CO. 

Located on Fourth street, corner Bedford. 

Edward S. Taber, President and Treasurer. 

Nathan Chase, Frederick S. Allen, Thomas M. Stetson, 
Gilbert Allen, Andrew G. Pierce, and Edward S. Taber, 
Directors. 



MOUNT WASHINGTON GLASS CO. 

Located on Prospect street. 
Agency in New York, 42 Murray street. 



NEW BEDFORD COPPER COMPANY. 

Works, rear Wamsutta mills. 

Office, Rodman street, corner North Front. 

Incorporated 1860. Shares, $100. 

Capital, $250,000. 
Henry F. Thomas, President. 
William H. Mathews, Treasurer. 
Henry Field, jr., Superintendent. 

DIRECTORS. 

Otis Seabury, Leander A. Plummer, 

Edward D. Mandell, William J. Rotch, 

Gilbert Allen, James D, Thompson. 

Hemy F. Thomas, (See advt., front colored i^age.) 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 357 

NEW BEDFORD CORDAGE CO. 

Court street. 

Office, Rotcb's square. 

Incorporated 1846. Capital, 175,000. 
"William J. Rotch, President. 
L. A. Plumnier, Treasurer and Clerk. 
Annual meeting first Monday in March. (See adv. 
dept., page 21.) 



NEW BEDFORD GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 

70 South Water street. 

Incorporated 1850. Capital, $225,000. 
William C. Taber, President. 
James B. Congdon, Treasurer. 
Gideon Wood, Superintendent. 

DIEECTORS. 

William C. Taber, Ward M. Parker. 

William J. Rotch, Charles Almy, 

Jonathan Bourne, jr., Abram H. Howland, jr., 

Edward C.Jones, James B. Congdon, 

Joseph C. Delano, Lemuel Kollock. 



NEW BEDFORD, VINEYARD AND NANTUCKET 
STEAMBOAT CO. 

Office over Merchants National Bank, North Water street. 

Incorporated March 21, 1854. 

Capital, 170,000. 
Edward D. Mandell, President. • 

Andrew G. Pierce, Treasurer. 
Edward T. Pierce, Clerk. 

DIEECTORS. 

Charles L. Wood, Samuel P. Burt, 

Edward D. Mandell, New Bedford. 

Ward M. Parker, Charles Bradley, 

Jonathan Bourne, Vineyard Haven. 

Andrew G. Pierce, 

This Company owns and runs the steamer, Martha's 
Vineyard, 525 tons burthen, also steamer Monohansett, 
475 tons, between New Bedford and Edgartown, Oak 
Bluffs, Vineyard Highlands, Vineyard Haven, and Wood's 
Hole. Also steamers Island Home and River Queen to 
Nantucket. 



358 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

NEW BEDFORD AND FAIRHAVEN STREET 
RAILWAY COMPANY. 

President's oiRce 442 Purchase street, corner Pearl. 

Treasurer's office over Merchants National Bank, 50 
North Water street. 

Incorporated 1872. Capital, $54,100. 

Warren Ladd, President. 
Andrew G. Pierce, Treasurer. 

DIKECTOES. 

William W. Crapo, Charles H. GifFord, 

George Wilson, New Bedford. 

Warren Ladd, W. Howland, 

S. P. Burt, James V. Cox, 

Andrew G. Pierce, Fairliaven. 

Annual meeting first Wednesday in November. 

NEW BEDFORD AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP 
COMPANY. 

Office 6 Commercial wharf. 

' Otis Seabury, President. 
W. H. P. Brownell, Agent and Treas. for New Bedford. 
Henry H. Barling, Agent, 46 South street, N. Y. 

(See adv. dept., p. 37.) 

POTOMSKA MILLS. 

Opposite 269 South Water street. Office over Mechanics 
National Bank, foot of William street. 

Incorporated 1871. 

Edward Kilburn, President. 
Andrew G. Pierce, Treasurer. 
Pliram Kilburn, Agent. 

DIKECTOES. 

William J. Rotch, Andrew G. Pierce, 

Horatio Hathaway, Edward Kilburn, 

William W. Crapo, William Watkins, 

Henry F. Thomas. 

David S. Wood, Paymaster. 

Robert G. Taylor, Clerk. 

Samuel E. Bently, Overseer of Carding. 

Wm. E. Clarke, Geo. A. Collins, Overseers of Frame 
Spinning. 

James Gleason, Overseer of Mule Spinning. 

A. K. Dennison,Thomas Truman, Oyerseers of Weaning. 

David S. Wood, Bookkeeper, 



NEW BEDFORD DIEECTORY. 359 

ROTCH WHARF COMPANY. 

Office Rotch squnre. 

William J. Rotch, Pres. Isaac W. Benjamin, Treas. 
Elisba Gibbs, Wharfinger. 



THAYER AND JUDD PARAFFINE COMPANY. 

' Office Rotcb's square. 

In'corporated May 1, 1872. Capital, $300,000. 

Edwin S. Thayer, President. 

L. S. Judd, Treasurer. 

E. S. Thayer, General Agent. 

DIRECTORS. 

John B. Hussey, J. B. Merriam, 

E. S. Thayer, William Morgan. 

L. S. Juddj (See adv. dept., p. 6.) 



UNION BOOT AND SHOE ASSOCIATION. 

Tilson B. Denham, President. 

Nathan Chase, Vice-jyresident. 

William J. Sherman, Secretary and Treasurer. 

DIRECTORS. 

Tilson B. Denham, Atwood Holmes, 

Benjamin F. Brownell, Charles R. Sherman, 

Edwin L. Barney. 



WAMSUTTA MILLS. 

Factory located on Wamsutta street. 

Office over Merchants National Bank, 50 North Water st. 

Incorporated 1847. Capital, 12,500,000. 

Joseph Grinnell, President. 
Andrew G. Pierce, Treasurer. 
Edward Kilburn, Agetit. 



360 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 



DIRECTORS. 

Joseph Griiinell, George O. Crocker, 

Edward D. Mandell, William W. Crapo, 

Horatio Hathaway, William J. Rotch, 

Francis Hathaway, Charles L. Wood. 

Otis N. Pierce, Paymaster, 

Ed. R. Milliken, Beiij. Willcox,W.D. Howland, Clerks. 

B. L. Keuyon, A. J. Williams, Overseers of Carding. 

Hiram H. Goff, Overseer of Spinning. 

Albert Sweet, Thos. Greenwood, Overseers of Weaving. 

William W. Arnold, Overseer of Dressing. 

Joseph B. Smith, Overseer of Cloth. 

Amos H. Rhodes, Chief Engineer. 

Otis N. Pierce, Georare M. Haskell, Bookkeepers. 

Edward T. Pierce, Clerk. 



INSURANCE COMPANY. 

BRISTOL COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO. 

44 North Water street. 

Incorporated a.d. 1829. 

William. H. Taylor, President. 

Geoi'ge N. Alden, Secretary and Treasurer. 

(See advt. inside back cover.) 



INSTITUTION FOR SAVIN&S, 

Office, corner of William and North Second Sts. 



OIHFICERS. 

T^IILiI^IjIlIVE "Vrj^^TItllVB, President. 

WILLIAM H. TAYLOR, WILLIAM J. ROTCH, Vice-Presidents. 

HENRY T. WOOD, Secretary. CHARLES H. PEIRCE, Treasurer. 

FREDERIC A. WASHBURN, Assistant Treasurer. 

Board of Investment.— William Watkins, Chairman; Chas. L. Wood, Edward D. 
Mandell, Geo. O. Crocker, Horatio Hathaway, Abraham H. Howland, jr., J. R. Thornton. 

Trustees.— William C. Taber, William H. Taylor, William Hathaway . jr., Benjamin 
T. Ricketson, John R. Thornton, George A. Bourne, William J. Rotch, William Watkins, 
Edward D. Mandell, Charles L. Wood. Matthew Howland, Henry T. Wood, Gilbert Allen, 
Andrew G. Pierce, Leander A Plummer, Charles H. Gifford, Asa C. Peirce, Chas. Taber, 
William G. Wood, Wm. C. Taber, jr., Joshua C. Hitch, John F. Tucker, Abrani T.Eddy, 
Stephen G. Driscol, Samuel P. Burt, Horatio Hathaway, George O. Crocker, Edward S. 
Taber, Lemuel M. Kollock, Thomas M. Hart, Abraham H. Howland, jr., Charles W. 
Clifford, Isaac W. Benjamin. 



BANKS IN NEW BEDFOKD. 



361 



Tl 



(Formerly Sedford Commercial Bank.) 

35 NORTH WATER STREET. 



0]FnGElI^S z 



FKAIS^CI© ri^TiIA.^VA.Y, Fresiclen-t. 

(TAMES S. TJ.T.LMAN, CasJiier, HORACE WOOD, Teller, 

CHARLES i. RTTSSELL, Boohheeper. 

DIRECTORS— Francis Hntliawav, William Hatliaway, jr., Charles L. Wood, William C. 
N. Swift, Mattliew Howliuid, William J. Rotcb, Henry Tater, Thos. Kye, jr., Leander A. 
Plumiuer, Bt- uj. T. Cuiumiiigs, Charles W. Clifford. 

Discount Days, Monday and Thursday. Annual Meeting 2d Tuesday in January. 

MEEOHAJSTTS 



NATI 




50 North Water St., foot of Wiiliam. 



CA.F»IT^L, 



a,ooo,ooo. 



OFr"iC3Erts. 

JONATHAN BOURNE, President. 

p. C. HOWLAND, Cashier, HENRY C. W. MOSHER, Teller. 

H. WILDER EMERSON, C. W. RICKETSON, G. B. WRIGHT, Clerks. 

DIRECTORS— Jonathan Bourne, Andrew Hicks, George F. Bartlett, William R. Wing, 
Geo. R. Phillips. George F. Kingman, S. G. L>ri?col, L. S. Judd, Thomas H. Kuowles, 
S. C. Hart, A. H. Howhuid, jr., Gilbert Allen. 



!H>i><couMt l>ays; Tuesday a.M<l Friday. 



MEGHAN 




North Water Street, foot of William 



Oi^IPIT^Ij, 



»600,000. 



WM. W. CRAPO, President. 

E. WILLIA:\]S HERVEY, Cashier, JAMES W. HERVEY, Asst. Cashier, 

LEMUEL T. TERRY, Bookkeeper, NATHAN C. HATHAWAY, Clerk. 

ALFRED THORNTON, Clerk. 

DIRECTORS— W.W. Crapo, J. R. Thornton, Jireh Swift, jr., Thomas Wilcox, Edward 
D. Mandell, Andrf w G. Pierce, Horatio Hathaway, Henry F. Thomas, Loum Suow. 

Discouut Days, Wednesday and Saturday. 



362 



BANKS IN NEW BEDFOED. 



Ilif 141 Iil41i lAI 

90 Union St., corner South Second. 



CAPITAL, 



S1,000,000. 



WM. WATKINS, President. 

WALTER P. WINSOR, Cashier, WM. A. CHUJtCJEC, Ass't Cashier. 
GEO. B. SATSAWAT, Boohheeper. 

WM. A. 31ACKIE and A. S. FOSTER, ClerJes. 

DIRECTORS- Joseph Grinnell, Ward M. Parker, Wm. Watkins, Clias. H. Gifeord, John 
P. Kuowles, 2d, A. H. Seabury, James Heary Howland, Lemuel KoUock, Edward C. 
Jones, Joseph C. Delano, Abram T. Eddy, W. P. Winsor. 

Itiscoiiut Days, Tuesday and Friday. 




36 North Water Street, corner Centre. 



GAFITAIi, 



J. A. BEAUVAIS, President. 

T. B. FULLER, Cashier, EDWARD S. BROWN, Teller. 

WILLIAM A. TUCKER, Bookkeeper. 
DiEECTOES— J. A. Beauvais, John P. Knowles, Wm J. Kilburn, Jos. H. 
Cornell, Chas. Tucker, John F. Tucker, Henry T. Wood. 

Discount Days, ITIonday and Thursday. 



'^TiT lO E3 33 ::F^ O IFL x> 



Five Cents Savings Bank, 

PURCHASE STREET, CORNER MECHANICS LANE. 



O IT m I C E R S . 
OEOnGEJ HOTVIL.A_]VI>, Jx'., President. 

FRED S. ALLEN, LEMUEL KOLLOCK, Vice-Presidents. 
CHARLES ALMY, Secretary. BARTON RICKETSON, Jr., Treasurer. 

Board of Investment.— Georgre Howland, jr., Fred S. Allen, Thos. Wilcox, George 
R. Phillips. A. H. Seabury, Loum Snow, Wm. R. Wing. 

Trustkes.»— Wm. Phillips, Edward S. Cannon, Joshua Richmond, James Durfee, 
Frederick S. Allen, Wm. G. Taber, Samuel Ivers, James Taylor, Thos. Wilcox, Geo. R. 
Phillips, John P. Knowles, 2d, E. Williams Hervey, Peleg C. Howland, Henry J. Taylor, 
Jas. P. Macomber, C. B. H. Fessenden, Loum Snow, Fred S. GifEord, Thos. H. Knowles, 
Benj. T. Cummings, Otis N, Peirce, A. H. Seabury, Edward H.Allen, Wm. J. Kilburn, 
Geo. F. Kingman, J. Augustus Brownell, Warren Ladd, Savory C. Hathaway, Edwin S. 
Thayer, Wm. R. Wing, John F. Swift, Geo. F. Bartlett, Edwin Dews, Henry C. Deunisou. 



NEW BEDFOl^D DIRECTORY. 363 

POST OFFICE DEPAUTMENT. 

Thomas Coggeshall, Postmaster. 

Alfred Wilson, Assistant. 

C. H. Lobdell, S. S, Taber, William H. Denham, Frank 
R. Kittredge, Clerks. 

James F. Tripp, William H. Carney, Arthur D. Swift, 
William G. Dunham, James R. Denham, Alexander H. 
Hillman, William D. Wilson, Letter Carriers. 

Samuel J. Russell, William S. Backus, Sub. Carriers. 

Ella C. Nye, Postage Clerk. 

CARRIERS DISTRICTS. 

No. 1. W. G.Dunham. No, 4. W. H. Carney. 

No. 2. A. D. Swift. No. 5. A. F. Hillman. 

No. 3. J. F. Tripp. No. 6. W. D. Wilson. 

No. 7. J. R. Denham, , 

Office hours from 7 o'clock a.m. to 8 o'clock p.m. Sun- 
days, from 8 to 9>^ o'clock a.m. Saturdays, close at 8.30 

P.M. 

MoxEY Orders. — Issued and paid from 8 o'clock a.m. 
to 7 o'clock p. M. 

Domestic. — The fees are for |15 and under, 10 cents; 
over 815, and not exceeding $30, 15 cents; over $30, and 
not exceeding $10, 20 cents ; over $40, and not exceeding 
$50, 25 cents. 

Foreign. — Orders for Great Britain and Germany are 
issued at the following rates : On orders not exceeding 
$10, 25 cents; over $10, and not exceeding $20, 50 cents; 
over $20, and not exceeding $30, 75 cents ; over $30, and 
not exceeding $10, $1 ; over $40, and not exceeding $50, 
$1.25, Orders for Germany, not exceeding, $5, 15 cents. 

Rates of Domestic Postage. — On letters, sealed 
packages (except local or "drop" letters), 3 cents per each 
half-ounce. 

On local or "drop" letters, at offices where free deliv- 
ery by carriers is established, 2 cents for each half-ounce 
or fraction thereof. Merchandise so wrapped that it can 
be examined, one cent per ounce. 

Valuable letters should be registered. Money should 
never be inclosed in an ordinary letter. Either procure 
money order or have the letter registered. 

The following articles are excluded from the mails ; 
Liquids, poisons, glass, explosive materials ; books, paraph- 
lets, pictures, and other publications of an obscene or in- 
decent character; all letters upon the envelopes of which, 
and postal cards upon which, scurrilous epithets are 



364 NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

written or printed, or engraved, or disloyal devices printed 
or engraved ; and all articles w^hich from their form or 
nature are liable to destroy, deface, or injure the contents 
of mail bags, or the persons of any one engaged in the 
postal service. 



UNITED STATES OFFICEHS, ETC. 
CUSTOM HOUSE. 

District of New Bedford. 

The Custom House is situated on North Second street, 
corner of William, and is open every day (Sundays and 
the Fourth of July excepted) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

OFFICERS. 

J. A. P. Allen, Collector. 

James Taylor, Deputy Collector. 

James C. Hitch, Clerk. 

Orrick Sm alley, Inspector, Weigher, and Ganger. 

James V. Cox, Inspector and Boarding Officer. 

C. M. Stubbs, Janitor. 



U. S. SHIPPING COMMISSIONERS. 

Bangs Hallett, office 18 South Water street; resi- 
dence at Yarmouth Port, Mass. 
Thomas A. Codd (deputy), 18 South Water street. 



LIGHTHOUSE KEEPERS. 

George Cowie, Palmer's Island, 
Amos C. Baker, Clark's Point. 
George H. Kelley, Ned's Point. 

Charles A. Clark, Bird Island, Jabez D, Jenney, As- 
sistant. 

S. Austin Smith, Cuttyhunk. 

George B. Sistare, Dumpling Rock. 

W. H. Doane, Sow and Pigs Light Vessel. 

Josiah Richmond, Hens and Chickens Light Vessel. 



ISTEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 365 

U. S. REVENUE OFFICERS. 

C. B. H. Fessenden, XJ. S. Int. Bev. Deputy Collector. 
Office 22 North Water street. 

, North Water street, United States Deputy 

Marshal. 

Charles W. Cliftord, 35 North Water street, United 
States Commissioner. 



BRISTOL COUNTY. 

Incorporated June 2, 1685. 
County Towns, Taunton and New Bedford. 

Edmund H. Bennett, Taunton, Judge of Probate and 
Insolvency. 

William E. Fuller, Fall River, Register of Prolate. 

Simeon Borden, Fall River, Clerk of Courts. 

Joseph E. Wilbar, Taunton, Register of Deeds., North 
District. 

Charles C. Sayer, New Bedford, Register of Deeds, 
South District. 

Geoi'ge F. Pratt, Taunton, County Sreasurer. 



DISTRICT ATTORNEY. 

Hosea M. Knowiton, New Bedford. 



JAILERS AND MASTERS OF HOUSE OF 
CORRECTION. 

Charles D. Burt, New Bedford. 
Isaac G. Carrier, Taunton. 



SHERIFF. 
Andrew R. Wright, Fall River. 



DEPUTY SHERIFFS. 

Walter R. Spooner, Acushnet. 
James W. Riley, Attleboro. 
Elijah Capron, Attleboro. 
, E. Carlise Brown, Attleboro. 
John A. Lewis, Dighton. 
Rufus H. Willis, Easton. 



366 . NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 

Thomas S. Butman, Fairhaven. 
Franklin Gray, Fall River. 
Francis H. Wixon, Fall River. 
Jerome B. Westgate, Fall River. 
Jonathan Chaifee, Fall River. 
Charles L. Dean, Fall River. 
Hiram B. Wetherell, Freetown. 
Jacob A. Blake, Mansfield. 
Alson W. Cobb, Mansfield. 
Charles D. Burt, New Bedford. 
John W. Nickerson, New Bedford. 
Thomas J. Cobb, New Bedford. 
Jethro C. Brock, New Bedford. 
George H. Arnold, Norton. 
Chauncey G. Washburn, Raynham. 
Edmund Buffington, Somerset. 
Alfred P. Lawton, Swansea. 
James Barney, Swansea. 
Isaac G. Carrier, Taunton. 
Isaac G. Carrier, jr., Taunton. 
Henry F. Cobb, Taunton. 
Peter C. Thayer, Taunton. 
David Dean, Taunton. 
George F. Seaver, Taunton. 
Thomas O. Falvey, Taunton. 
Willis Potter, Taunton.' 
Albert C. Kirby, Westport. 

Edwin L. Barney, New Bedford, Master in Chancery. 
Henry Johnson, New Bedford, 3£edical Examiner. 



SESSIONS OF COURT IN BRISTOL 
COUNTY. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Jury Teem. — At Taunton, for the County of Bristol, 
third Tuesday of April. At New Bedford, for the Coun- 
ty of Bristol, second Tuesday of November. 

Law Terms. — At Taunton, in the County of Bristol, 
and at Plymouth, in the County of Plymouth, annually; 
at Taunton, for the County of Bristol, on the fourth 
Tuesday of October, and at Plymouth, for the County of 
Plymouth, on the third Tuesday of October. 

The usual tei'ms of the Supreme Judicial Court for 
Nantucket and Dukes Counties are now, by law, holden 
at the regular terms at New Bedford. 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTOKY. 36? 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Taunton, for Bristol County, first Mondays of 
March and September. 

At New Bedford, for Bristol County, first Mondays of 
June and Decenibei-. 



PROBATE COURT. 

Edmund IT. Bennett, Taunton, Judge. 

W. E. Fuller, Taunton, Register. 

At Fall River, on the first Friday of January, April, 
and October, and the second Friday of July. 

At New Bedford, on the first Friday of February, May, 
August, and November. 

At Taunton, on the first Friday of March, June, Sep- 
tember, and December. 



THIRD DISTRICT COURT OF BRISTOL. 

Office Central Police station. South Second st., n. Union. 

Alanson Borden, Jtistice. 

Frank A. Milliken, Fi-ancis W. Tappan, SpecialJustices. 

Charles H. Sanford, Clerk 

The Court is held on the mornings of every day, Sun- 
days, public days and holidays excepted. 

Regular term days for the trial of civil cases, Mondays 
at 10 o'clock, A.M. 



NOTAKIES PUBLIC. 

Fred S. C. Bartlett, James C. Hitch, 

J. Arthur Beauvais, Lem Le Baron Holmes, 

Charles T. Bonney, Hosea M. Knowlton, 

Alanson Borden, Elisha C. Leonard, 

S. P. Burt, George Marston, 

Albert E.Clarke, F. A."" Milliken, 

Charles W. Clifford, Alfred R. Paulding, 

Walter Cliftord, Arthur E. Perry, 

Sam. H. Cook, Gardner T. Sanford, 

Wendell H. Cobb, Thomas M. Stetson, 

Thomas A. Codd, . James Taylor, 

William W. Crapo, Wm. H. Taylor, 

Francis B. Greene, Lemuel C. Terry, 

George C. Hatch, George F. Tucker, 
Frederick A. Washburn. 



368 



NEW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Including Justices of tfie Peace and Quorum, desig- 
nated by a*, and Justices throughout the Commonwealth 
designated by a f- 



fCharles Almy, 
fEdwin L. Barney, 
Fred S. C. Bartlett, 
Robert W. Bartlett, 
J. Arthur Beauvais, 
Charles T. Bonney, 
Josiah S. Bonney, 
Alanson Borden, 
George A. F^ourne, 
James C. Briggs, 
Jethro C. Brock, 
Charles D. Burt, 
Samuel P. Burt, 
William A. Church, 
Albert E. Clarke, 
Charles A. Clarke, jr., 
Charles W. Clifford, 
Wendell II. Cobb, 
Thomas A. Codd, 
Isaac H. Coe, 
Thomas Coggeshall, 
Samuel H. Cook, 
Timothy D. Cook, 
Ivory S. Cornish, 
tWiUiam W. Crapo, 
John Davis, 
Tilson B. Denham, 
Tristram R. Dennison, 
Thomas F. Desmond, 
tRodney French, 
Francis L. Oilman, 
Francis B. Greene, 
tAlbert D. Hatch, 
George C. Hatch, 
Mose's E. Hatch, 
Henry C. Hathaway, 
James H. Hathaway, 
Luther G. Hewins, 
Luther G. Hewins, jr., 
James C. Hitch, 
^Joshua C. Hitch, 



William Henry Johnson, 
David B. Kemjaton, 
Hosea M. Knowlton, 
Warren Ladd, 
fE. C. Leonard, 
Daniel B. Leonard, 
Adam Mackie, 
fGeorge Marston, 
VVilliam H. Mathews, 
Frank A. MiUiken, 
John W. Nickerson, 
Charles A. W. Oesting, 
William C. Parker, jr., 
William A. Paulding, 
Arthur E. Perry, 
George R. Phillips, 
William Phillips, 
Philip A. Pierce, 
Southward Potter, 2d, 
Isaiah C. Ray, 
Benjamin T. Ricketsou, 
Jones Robinson, 
Charles H. Sanford, 
Charles C. Sayer, 
Orrick Sm alley, 
^George T. Stearns, 
Thomas M. Stetson, 
Emanuel Sullavou, 
Francis W. Tappan, 
Josiah S. Tappan, 
James Taylor, 
William H. Taylor, 
Elias Terry, 
Lemuel C. Terry, 
Henry F. Thomas, 
"^Jaines D. Thompson, 
*John T. Tillinghast, 
Joseph Tillinghast, 
Geoi'ge Fox Tucker, 
Charles W. Underwood, 
Hiram Van Campen, 



Lemuel Le Barron Holmes, William W. Weeden, 
Abraham M. Howland, jr., Henry N. West, 
Thomas M. James, Lemuel T. Willcox, 

W. H. Williams. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



(Successors to FERRT G. MACOMBER), Dealers in 

f Mil, tllll, fill, 



f 

MEAL, SALT, and OTHER PRODUCE, 

No. 6 Union Street, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



Anthracite and Bituminous 



LEMUEL M. KOLLOOK, Agent, NEW BEDFOED, MASS. 

UMlLiB FOEL, ffOOD aoil COAL. 

ORDERS LEFT AT William T. Luce's, 172 
County St. ; Edwin Dews, corner of Middle 
and Purchase sts. ; Robert H. Carter's, cor. of 
North and Purchase sts. ; C. H. & H. A Law- 
ton's, cor. of Purchasp and Union sts.; and 
at Charles H. Rowland's, cor. of County and 
Allen streets, will receive prompt attention. 

AUGUSTUS BOBBINS, 

Court Street, nearly opposite the Jail, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 





]Vj*.t l. reeve, 

(Formerly of the Mansion House.) 

DINING ROOmSj 

No. 6 So. Water St., New Bedford. 

N. B.— Families and Parties furnished with 
SUPPERS at reasonable rates. 




DAVID WATSON & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Fresh, Salt, and Pickled FISH, 

AND FISH OF ALL KINDS. 
OYSTERS by the quart or gallon. 

Families & Hotels supplied at short notice. 

16 No. Second St., and at Eddy's Wbf. 

NEW BEDFORD. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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E. O. MILLIKEN, 

Bread, Cake and Pastry 



435 & 439 Purchass Street, cor. Pearl, HEW BEDFOED, MASS. 



i!IL>>afejgg5^ 



-DEALER IN- 



FBESH 



TELAS. 








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Provisions and Hardv^are, 

IT -A-itaflCE! lets' :E;3i::cia:./a.T«"<3-3E!, 
NO. 663 PURCHASE STREET, . . NEW BEDFORD. 

IIABIJ) ami 80FT WOOD for male foi- wliips aud family une. 

DEALERS IN 




J 

AND 

C3r :ei !«• rr ' s 

FURNISHSNG 

GOODS. 

No. 594 Purchase St. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTxMENT. 



aroHixr s- xv^ iFt i ci- la: t", 

72 William Street. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



GENERAL 



IfiH^U^ poll?, 

FINE TEAS, 
O XT 3FL I O S . 



UMBRELLA M PARASOL 



Recovering and Repairing 

Done on the Premises. 



THOMAS A. 

SHIP BROKER Al COMMISSION 




Freights and Charters Obtained. 

VESSELS BOUGHT and SOLD 
ON COMMISSION. 

n SOUTH WATER STREET, UP STAIRS, 



jpk,eoek.iok: al.lei>j 



Dealer in all kinds of 



Statuary, Soap Stone, Etc. 

Particular attention given to the 
Cuttins of 

TIBLETS & MOi^fflENTS, 

All work executed at tlie lowest prices 
and satisfiiction guaranteed. 

20 No. Second St., NEW BEDFORD. 




DAVIS & H 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



PURE COFFEE, SPICES, 

-^:^^^^^^^?^ CREAM TARTAR, 



jT^ 



£'^J^'tirioj^m;^^^ Yeast Powder, Bi. Carb. Soda, Extract 
- v*«K.^=!^_^a-^^j^ Jamaica Ginger, Lemon, Pepper- 
"^ mint, &c. Also dealers in 

FINE GRADES OF TEAS, 

^" 59 Htt St, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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CENT STORi 



Opp Engine House, 82 Porekse St., New Bedford, 

l3 the place to buy useful and Fancy Articles cheap. 

COME AND SEE WHAT MACT WILL GIVE 

YOU FOIt 99 CENTS. 

Constantly receiving lots of Goods to meet the demands, 
suit the tas'e, and please the eye of old and young. 



Manufacturers and Dealers in 



Lawn Tents of Every Variety. 

Carpets made and laid. Trunks and valises covered to order. 
Curtains hung and P~ixtures adjusted. Hassocks of different pat- 
terns made to order. Decorations for interior and exterior of 
buildings furnished and put up. 

66 PnrchasD Street, NEW BEDFOED. 

Heney B. Almy. Tip stairs, over "W. T. Soule's. Otis L. Hitch. 



MOBERT G. CHURCHILLj 





A^ucl MauiifaclDirerof SHOOHLS, Olli AND ^VATGR CASKS, 
AIho, Dealer in HOOP IRON. 



9 Cannon St., near South Water St. 



NEW BEDFORD. 




ROSE BUDS A SPECIALTY, 

34 Arnold St., Oor. Cottage St., New Bedford, Mass. 

All kinds of Trees, Plants and Shrubs. Cut Flowers, for Weddings, Funerals and Fairs, 
furnished at short notice and low prices. 

N. B.— Your patronage is respectfully solicited. 



Wholesale and JRetail Dealer in 



LXHEMTT BALL 
BUILDING. 



NO. 101 WILLIAM STREETj 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




Of all Descriptions, for Business or Pleasure. 

HACKS 




Furnished for 

FUNERALS. 

— ALSO,— 



Hacks for Funerals, Parties, Pleasure or 
Business Driving. Also, Hacks run- 
ning to and from all Trains. 

NEW BEDFORD J MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



P^R^FinilsrE "W^X, 



ROTCH'S SQUARE, NEW BEDFORD, MASS; 

E. S. TBAYEB, General Agent. JL. S. JT7DJ), Treasurer. 

NEW BEDFORD CONSERVATORY. 



Florist and 




Seedsman, 

Grower and Importer of 

PLANTS, SEEDS, BULBS 



Fruit Trees, Sbrnbs, &c. 

Also, Floral Designs for "Wed- 
dings, Funerals, etc. For 
sale wholesale and retail 
at Greenhouses. 

Cor. Elm and Cottage Sts.) 

Store, 162 Union St., 
NEW HEDFOnj), 31 ASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



JOSIAH HOLMES, Jr., 

Dealer in all the Choice Varieties of 

iiit 111 wiii. 



For Family Use and Manufacturing- Purposes. 

Atlantic Wharf, foot of Cannon (formerly Russell) St., 

»R»E:RS SOIilCITJBO AND PROMPTLY FIt.IiE»...^I3 



JOSEPH P. G. MUNROE, 

GRANITE STONE CUTTER, 

And all kinds of BUILDING & CEMETERY 
WOKK furnished at sbort notice. 

OFFICE AND YARD, 

JVo. 145 WEST CAMPBELL STREET, 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



It-NI-Rfll illlViiyilxVll 
ULIlLilHL y U Ifi ifl I O V I I 




Front St., head of Tabor's Wharf, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



GENERAL JOBBING ^^REPaili SHOP, 



-AND DEALER IN- 



Stencils. Clothes Wringers Repaired. 

And New Rubber Rolls adjusted. Locks and Keys Fitted, 
Knives Sbarpened & Re-Bladed, Shears & Scissors Sharp- 
ened, Saws Set and Filed, Umbrellas Repaired, Door 
Numbers. Also, 

FISHING TACKLE FOR SALE. 
L. H. MORRILLj 

No. 87 Middle Street, New Bedford. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



GEORGE DELANO & CO., 

Successors to Chas. M. Leonard and Lyles and Polhanms, 

MANUFACTUBBKS OF 




SPERMACETI, 

Patent and Plain Sperm Candles, 

WHALE nmmi, sperm & whale oil soap, 

Office and Factory:, 
SOUTH SECOND, COMER OF SOUTH STREET, 

GEO. DELANO, New Bedford. ) 
F. L. B. MAYHRW, New York. ( 
JAS. A. FU8SELL, New York. ( 
S. C. L. DELANO, New Bedford. ) 






lltlitfi: 



And Manufacturers and Dealers in 

LUBRICATING 01 

OF EVERY VARIETY, 



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-FOR- 



Cylinder, Spindles, and all kinds of Machinery. 



-ALSO DEALKKB IH- 



ALBAIY ]L1[JBMI€ATI1(& (CCDHFOOTJE), 

Burning- Oils, Naptha, Paraffine, Candles, Chimneys, Oil 
Cans, &c., &c. 

No. 27 William St., New Bedford, Mass. 

j^^All orders filled promptly and forwarded with dispatch. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



MA.NUFACTTTJIEMS OF 



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-AND 



Haslings Wharf, foot of Grinnell Street, 

I8EW liir©«i. 

Office, No, 154 Front Street, New York. 

GEO. HASTINGS, New Bedford. JOHN HASTINGS, New Bedford. 

x: s 1' .i^ :^ Xj X s xz :e: x> xo37. 




(Successor to SAMUEL LEONARD & CO.), 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 



AND SPERMACETI. 
ce, XaGonardL 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 







PROPRIETORS. 



Nos. 42 South Water and 10 School Sts., 




Wholesale and Hetail Dealers in 



lEAL BUCKIEAT FLOUR, 



Feed, Oats. Xltc. 



A.nd Manufacturers of 



tlJlltk/l, \m% CIJY, 



AND OTHKR 



Brands of Flour, 

FOR FAMILY AND SHIPS' USE. 

N. B.— ALL KINDS OF GRASS SEED, AND 
OATMEAL FOR FAMILY USE. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Successors to NEW BEDFORD FLOVR CO. 




-MANUFACTDBEES AND DEALERS IN- 








Grraham Flour, Middlings, 

CORN, lElL, OATS, FINE FEED, SHORTS, ETC. 



ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF 



FINE CRUSHED WHITE WHEAT, 

Corner of North Water and Hillman Streets, 
NEW BEDFORD J MASS. 



George "Wilson. 



John H. Denison. 



Henby C. Denison. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



S. 0. HATHAWAY, 



K. A. SOULB, 



H. A. HARRINGTON. 



HATHAWAY, SOULE & HARRINGTON 



MANUFACTVREItS OV 






m i.li J. 



% I^WH'^lpi^ 



Pi 



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NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Office and Salesroom, 280 Devonshire St., 



"^IT^fQ'S 



For Ladias and Gentlemen, 

liiberty Ilall Block, 

103 and 105 WILLIAM STREET. 

We welcome you all, 
Whether christian or sinner, 

And always are ready 
To give a good dinner. 



M. L. FllEEMAN, 

And Manufacturer of 

WASHING SOAPSj 
86 Prospect Street, 

Near Potomska Mills, . NEW BEDFORD. 

A.ISO Stenof/rnpher, at 82 
Prospect Street, 

Grease and A!>hes taken in exchange for 
Soap. Cash paid for Junk, Tallow, Bones, 
etc. 



Established 1833. 



COFFm-BEOS., 

PAPER BOX 

MANUFACTURERS, 

Standard Building, Union St., 

NEW BEDFOED, MASS. 



Surveyor of Lumber 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

White Cedar Boat Boards 

City Planing Mill, 

Leonard's Wharf, NEW BEDPOED. 




STAIR BUILDERS 

51 to 55 No. Water St., New Bedford. 
Pattern Making in all its Branches 

A SPECIALTY; ALSO 

Sawing and Turning, and House 
Trimmings. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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m. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Aiiiiiiip^ 



STEA3I ENGINES, SHAFTING, Etc. 




JPXJKIVISHES 



CEDAR &. PINE SHINGLES, 

MATCHED SPRUCE AND PINE, 

Fine Znniber Planed, Rouc/h and .Jointed, Spruce and Pine Clapboards, 
Hemlock. Boards, Laths and Mouldings. 

T. H. HATHAWAY^ 

Office, foot of Walnut Street, . r^EW BEDFORD, MASS. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



NEW BEDFORD 

ACHINE SHOP 

90 South Water Street, New Bedford, Mass., 

Manufacturer of 



MILIL, maohinji:ry. 

Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Mincing Machines, 

.A^t^^.^AAAlWrought and Cast Iron 





AIVO niACHIIVERV OF EVERV DESCKIPTIOIV. ALSO, 

Wooden Columns for Buildings Turned to Order. 
WM. WATTIE, . . Manager. 




AUGUSTUS SWIFT, Agent, 

Corner of North and Water Streets, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

—AND— 

MACHINE SHOP. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

llOA.STIN'aS. 

Also, Patterns Made to Order. 



127 North Water Street, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

(Formerly at A.tlantic ^Vliarf). 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in every variety of 

SASHES, BLINDS, DOORS, 

Shutters, Window and Door Frames. 

wm)| Particular attention given to all kinds of 
SCROLL SAWING and JOBBING. 

•AH Orders Froniptly Attended to» 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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No. i23 Union St., Sampson's Block and 345 Acuslinet Avenue, 



John "W. Sullings, 
George F. Kingman, 
Charles B. Hillman, 



NEW EEBFORB, MASS. 



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65 William Street, cor. Acuslmet Avenue, 



Manufacturers of and Dealers in 




Bene!) Planes 



MOLDING, 





AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, 

TABLE k POCKET CUTLERY, 

House Furnishing Goods, Etc., 

CALEB HAMMOIVD. Pres. IIKIVRY V. DAVIS, Tieas. 

JOHN HERBERT, Manas*-!-. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMElSrT. 



WESTON C. VAUGllAN, Jr., 

m IBffiTMEE. 




Caskets, Cofliii,«i, Kobes 
and Flo^vei'M Furnish- 
ed at short notice. 

runerals attended In or out of the 
city. Carriages furnished when de- 
siied. All orders from iibighboring 
towns, by express or otherwise, will 
be promptly attended to. 

17 NORTH SECOND STREET,| 

NEW BSDFOED. MAiiS. 



IiH^iffiK;g',BB smm»ffijMi»™'™-»^''i'M^''g''"'^'!^'»»-'f^^^ 



'f 



^ND MANUFACTVJtEJtS OF 




Machinery for Saw, Grist and Other Mills fur- 
nished and put up. 

90 South Water Street, 



ii^'F^iO), mm^^ 



NELSON COLLINS. 



E. R. BOWIE. 



GEORGE PEIRCE, 




REPAIRER. 

No. 162 Union Street, - NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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AETTMO 



DEALER IN- 



xm S S 



Ship Hardware S, Cutlery, 

NEW YORK EDM TOOLS, GALVANISED BAND and ROUND IRON, 
COOPEKS' AND CALKERS' TOOLS, 

Jirass anil Composition Ship Tviimninffs, Galvanized Iron SjriJces, Nails, 
Tach-s, Jirads, Rotvlochs, Btmgs, Taps, &c. 

210 COMMERCIAL STREBTj BOSTON. 




Gravel Roofliig Put On. 

CONCRETE WALKS & DRIVES 

Matle ill tlie beat manner at reason- 
able rates, and satisfaction guar- 
anteed. Orders left witli F. A..S(iwle, 
77 Xorth Water Street, corner Elm. 




-ALSO, DEALER IN- 



Cedar Street, cor. Hmman, . NEW BEDFORD. 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTER, 

b,. 45 William Street, NEW BEDFORD. 




Executed in a Neat, Worlsniaulike Manner, and Satisfaction 
Guaranteed. When in want of Printing give us a call. 

BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC., 
A_t; tlae T^o^vest; T*i*lces. 

VISITING CARDS Printed to Order at Short Notice. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



JOHlSr KIRK, 1st, 

Dealei- iw 



f Mil, iill, HML 



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84.7 A.GUSHNET AVENUBj 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

OBED B. LEWIS, 

— DEALBK IN— 

VEGETABLES, 

Produce, Poultry* Canned 
Goods, Etc., Etc. 

A SPECIALTY IS MADE OF 

Home-Made Sausages, 

PREPARED BY 

IiBtvis' Mincing Process. 





fILLIAM A. HATHAWAY, 



T 



Mt. Pleasant Green Houses 



MT. PLEASANT AV. [STATIONl.FAU RIVER R.R., 
ISTew I3eclford, Mlass., 

DEALER IN 

TREES, PLANTS, 

Bouquets and Cut Flowers. 

FTuOltAL DESIGNS for Weddings 
and Funerals. 

N. B.— All orders promptly filled at the 
LOWEST PRICES 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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SE2TH c:JOX>x>x]!xrc3r, 



mmm 




-DEALER IN- 



Teas, Coffees, Stirpars, 

and .Spices, Flour, 

Orain, and Meal, 

Constantly on hand. 

Please give me a call, i 

180 County Street 
NEW BEDFORD. 





HARLEON P. B ABOOOK, 

GENERAL BIRD STORE, 

Hat Feathei? 

AND 

WmMimEMMISW WEWBT 

149 Purchase St., New Bedford, Mass. 
LA.VE:LL0 I. PEIROE, 

jrilliW/iljGJJt lil Willi iililii. 

Rear 150 South Water St., NEW BEDFORD. 

fersonal Attention fflven to Ttepairing. 




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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



AMBROSES irZNCKMT, 

Importer and General Dealer in 



MOUSE FURjyiSHIJYG GOODS, 

Agricultural Implements, 



COOKING STOVES AND RANCHES. 




And Olliver Chilled Plow. 
120 UNION, COR. ACUSHNET AV., - NEW BEDFORD. 





ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. 



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New Bedford, Mass., 



MANUFACTUEEKS OF 



Patent 



RDAGE 



Gangs of Rigging made to order. 

WM. J. KOTCH, Pees. J. W. MACOMBER, Supt. 

L. A. PLUMMER, Tbeasukee. 



WILLIAM F. POTTER & CO., 



and dealeks in 



UNION STREET, cor. Front, NEW BEDFORD. 

REUBEN WEEKS & SON, 

ALKERS. 




AND DEALERS IN 



CITY WHARF, 



OAKUM, TAB, PITCH I ROSIN. 

JLU. Orders promptly attended to. 

.... NEW BEDFORD. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



BRIGG^S ^ LiAITITRESMCEl, 



-DEALEKS IN- 




1472 Union St., Masonic Block, New Bedford. 

REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 




DEAIiKR IN 









1- i!^-' '41 '^ 



^4»trf other varieties of MEATS. 

Also, Vef/etables of nil 7ii»ds 

■in their season. 



V 'Wfct '^ lilj niiBS i'*- t/ieir season. 



L-V-i .^rf*'^' NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



AND 



Concrete Drives and Walks. 



CALDWELL & DREW 

Are prepared to attend to this class of work in all its 

branches. 

Satisfaction G^nax^anteed. 

ji^^' Orders left at 185 Pleasant Street, or at F. A. 

Sowle's, corner Elm and Water Streets, will 

be promptly attended to. 



S. C. CALDWELL. 



CHABLES J. DREW. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Oi Xia » 



iND mm. 




E EfE 



Cnii be cousiillcd daily from 9 to 11 A.IU., anil 'i to 4 11*.!T1., 

Consulting Rooms, 92 Purchase Street, NEW BEDFORD. 



No. 51 ELM STREET. 



Aftj 



fimKiE, 



NO. 51 ELM STREET. 



CARRIAGE HANDFACTDREa 

No. 51 Elm Street, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



GHAS. M. HASKELL, 



-DEALER IN- 




— AND— 

O e n t n' Furnishing 

fiooAn, 

Umbrellas, 

G-love.-^, ISTec-kties, Etc., Etc. 

138 Union St., cor. Fourth, 

JSfBW BEDFOJtD, MASS. 



Manufacturer of 
Russet, Russia Red and Wblte Sumac 

CALFSKLISiCOWHIDES 

t^OR POCKET BOOKS, BOOK 
BINDERS & S USBENDERS. 

Russia Red and Sumac Calf Skins a sj3ec- 
ialty. 

Rear 550 Acushnet Av., 

NEW BEDFORD, 31 ASS. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




SOUTH END 





187 and 189 Acuslmet Avenue, 

Corner Hedford Street, 

jin Standard fharniaeeutical Preparations, STRICTZT OFFICINAL, 
constantly on, hand. fUOPER CA.UE and jl'l'T E ]S' TION always given to 
the Vispensinrj of Physicians ■ Prescriptions. 

A Full Line of E. R. Squibb's Preparations constantly on hand. 

Fancy and Toilet Articles and, Perfumeries in, ip'eat variety. Also, a large 
assortment of Cigars, Chewing and S-inoking Tobacco for sale. 



A^. Gr. STA.isrTonsr & CO., 



-DEALERS IN CHOIOE- 



02 




DRUGGIST and APOTHECA 





-DEALER IN- 




CJ r:IE]>.XICA,I^&?!, 

Perfumery and Toilet Articles, 

Also, FANCY GOODS, STATIONKRY, Ac, Ac 

Cor. Fourth and Grinnell Sts., 



PHYSICIANS' PPFSCJilPTIONS 1 
CAREFULLY PREPARED, J 




SEV BEDFORD 



If yoti once use Shurtleff's Royal Cologne, you will use no other. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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-DKALEll IN- 





VEGETABLES, 
2l6Acushnet Avenue, 

Oorncr Caiiiioii Sti'eel, 

IsT K \V B E D m O R 13 . 



GEO. A. BOURNE & SON, 



-AND- 



41 William Street, . . NEW BEDFOKD, MASS. 



Veteran Market and Grocery. 

ME ATS J VEGETABLESj 

Butter, Lard, Flour, Teas, Coffee, &o., 

OP THE CHOICEST QUALITIES, AT LOWEST PRICES, 

Goods Delivered in any part of the City Free of Charge. 

No. 179 AGUSHNET AVENUE, . NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



T 



A.. K. P. SA.^WI]sr, 





^Ind Dealer Iti 

AH kinds of Barrels Bought aud Sold. 

MERRILL'S WHARF, . . . JVLJW BEDFORD. 

Prompt Attention Given to all Branches of the Business. 



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ADVERTISING DEPAKTMENT. 



SIlil 



C:J XJ S H I ONT Gt , 



-MANnFACTUKER OP 




fticiilai- altciiiioii paid to Filling an<l Polishing Ilartl Woods. 
Calciniining Tfails in any Color or Tint* 

DEALER IN 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



PlIST 



An(» 



Fruit Grower. 

Cut Flowers, WreatJis, 

Bouquets, PJants, 

aiKl Christmas 

111 very reeiis, 

Constautly ou band. 




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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Manufacturers and Dealers in 




160 UNION STREET, 



rniHATTIEM 

Furniture Repaired and 
nicely Upholstered. 

The host of South Ameri- 
can Hair used. 

Give U9 a sliare of your patronage. 

NEW BEDFORD. 



ACUSHNET CO-OPERATIVE. 



Incorporated Feb. IS, 18G7» 



lJl©il^« 



And l*axnily Stores^ 

M 213 Aciistiiiet Aveiine,cori!er of Russell Slreet, New BeMord, Mass. 



DEALERS IN 

CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES 

A_iidL Provisions. 

FKUIT A SPECIALTY. 
Corner Fourth and Bedford Sts., New Bedford, Mass. 

Dealer in 

FURNITURE | CHAMBER SETS 

236 Purchase Street, NEW BEDFORD. 

Repairing and Upholstering Promptly attended to. Please 
give me a call. 





JAMES T. JACKSON, 



Repairing in all its branches done in tlie 
neatest manner. 

Ttirningr Coats a, Specialty. 

110 William St., opp. Union Boot and Shoe Store . 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ALFBED G-. WILBOR, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Western and St. Louis 



PLOUE, 



PURE RHODE ISLAND MEAL, ETC. 
197 Acushuet Avenue, NEW BEDFORD. 



ji.tid Wholesale Dealer in 



PROVISIONS, FLOUR and GRAIN, 

Nos. 3 and 4 Union Street, NEW BEDFORD. 



mmwm 

GARRIA6I 



m T. 



lANUFAGTURER 




-AND- 



TV^he e l^v^r i g h. t. 

LIGHT IVORK 

A. Specialty. 

726 Purchase St.; e. Logan. 



HERBERTS. HAMMOND & CO., 

Dnalers in 

Meats and Prpvisions, 

Butter, Cheese, Lard, and Vt;g;etal)les, 

Also, Fresh, Salt, and Shell Fish, 

Pigs Feet, Tri|ie, and Cow Jieels. 

TOBACCO, CIGARS & SNUFF, 

dive us a call, one and nil. 

1681-2 Kempton Street. 




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ADVERTISI2q"G . DEPARTMENT. 



Dealers in 

Groceries 



AND PROVISIONS, 

Flour, 

Graifi and 

Produce. 

622 Purchase Street, NEW BEDFORD. <icli5^ 




CENTRAL UNION ASSOCIATION, 

DEALERS IN 

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Flour, Grain Patent Mefllclnes, &c. 

NO. 5 NORTH SIXTH STREET, 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

B. W. BRO'VSAjSrKLrj, Treasni-er. 



JAMES L. HUMPHREY, Jr., 

(Successor to James L. Humphrey), 

Butter, Cheese, Lard, Eggs, 

No. 2 North Second St., NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

JASPER ^W^. BRXlEY, 



'J ■•■.-.. IV/J 

AND PROVISIONS, 

Flour, Gi'ain, and Pro- 
j»* duce. Veg-etables 5§^! 

mmmt of an kinds. M§i»!,: 

Nos. 214 and 216 County Street 
NEW BEDFORD. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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JLji . lEX . C3r X DIB JkiS tSif 



Wholesale aitcl Metnil Dealer in 



FAMILY GROCERIES 

Provisions |l Ship Stores. 

Jacob T. Alburger's Philadelphia Family Beef, 




At Wholesale and Retail, 

4>oo<l»* <lelivei-ed to any part of the city 
free of charge. 

36 and 38 Union Street, 
NEW BEDFOED. 




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-AND- 



MERCHANTS' TRANSCRIPT, 
PuUished hy EBEK. P. BAYMOKD, 

AT 

No. 8 So. Second Street, NEW BEDFORD. 

Price, $3.15 ner annum, ivhicJi inclndes postage 

to any part of the United States, strictly In advance. 

A papi-r containing a complete list of all vessels engaged 
in the Whaling business in the United States, with their ton- 
nage, dates of sailing, latest reports of their whereabouts, 
and oil on board. Also, Imports and Exports of Oils and 
Bone, a weekly statement of the Oi 1 Market, and an Annual 
Review of the Whaling business, published as soon after the 
beginning of the year as circunistauces will permit. The 
Shipping List has a large circulation in foreign countries. 




JOHN W. HOW^LAND, 
AMD COIVrTRAGTOR. 

Models, Dra^vings, and Calc^ilations 

Of all descriptions of Veesels made at the short- 
est notice. 

Particular Attention paid to Repairing;. 

Dealer in Ship Lumber, Felt, Oakum, Black and 

Galvanized Iron and Spikes, and all kinds 

of Ship jNlaterials. 



Office, Steamboat Sq., c. Front and School Sts., 




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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




Wholesale and Retail Commission Dealer in 



Foreign I Domestic 

FRUITS, 



ISTo. 75 XJiiion Street, 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



iiiiiiiiiiii ii 



.^«w» Jiiiiii r 

Wholesale Dealer in 

GROCERIES, SALT PROVISIONS, 

Ship Stores and 
Grass Seeds, 

35 Union Street, NEW BEDFORD, M4SS. 




GEORGE KIHBY, JR., 

lUaiiiii'actiii'er of the Celcbi-ateit 

New Bedford Verdigris 



-A.ism- 



idard and Parisian Greeus, Pure Colors, etc. 1 
Paints a Specialty. 

Wall Street, Ji'EW BEDFORD, MASS. 



-DEALER IN- 



ALL KINDS 



And Qualities of 






FOR FACTORY 



And Family Use. 



Office aii[l Coal yard 590 Aciislinst Avenue, foot of Willis Street. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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(EstabHshed in 1831.) 
I'lx'blisliedL I3vei*y Mloniing "by 

MERCURY PUBLISHING CO., 

AT $6 PER ANNUM, 

Or ^Sj "Wlion. 3E*6ti«i for a, "Wliolo TJTea.r in. .A.tSL-%r 0,10.00. 

Advertisements inserted at the current rates/ 



THE n: 



Ik Quarto Form— Established in 1808. 
The Largest Weekly Paper in Southern Massachti setts, 

IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, ON WELNESLAY AFTEBNOONS. 

SUBSCRIPTION PBICE, $1.75 A TEAR, IN ADVANCE. 



JO 

Executed with neatness and dispatch, and upon liberal terms. 

Office, 92 (Jnion Street, cor. Soutli Second, New Bedford. 




PUBLISHED EVERT? AFTERNOON BY 

67 Union Street, Standard Building. . . NEW BEDFORD, 

A.T S6.00 A. YEA.R. 

The JEvenlnff Standard is the largest Daily, and has a very much larger circula- 
tion than aiiy other paper in the State south of Boston. Its circulation in this city is 
THKEE 'I I ME"' that of any other paper. Our "Weekly has a circulatiou 
DOUbLE that of any other in Southern Massachusetts, and SIX 
TflJJlElS that of any other weekly printed in this city. 



THE REPUBLICAN STANDARD, 

WEEKLY, IIV QUAKTO FOKffl, 

fe-as a circulation double that of any other weekly paper in this section of the State. 
Price, S'-i.OO a year, strictly in advance. 

ADVEPiTISEMENTS WILL BE INSERTED TO A LIMITED EXTENT. 



IN" E-STKRY VARIETY. 



34 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

"V^ X :^ Xj X u5L ivi: ivi: .ia. zs:: x^ i es Xj i> , 

House, Ship, Sign and Ornamental 





AND DEALER IN- 

Paints, Oils, Varnish :s, and "Window Glass. 

Also, Af/erit for Ifetterstedt's Metallic Composition for Vessel's Bottoms^ 

Graining- and Paper-Hanging- executed to order. 
]Vos. 2.5 «fe ar Centre Street, . . T»fEW BEI>FOIlD. 



House, Ship § Sign Painter, 

MANUFACTUBEU OK 

White Lead, Window Bliod, anil Faocy Greens, 

VERDIGRIS, and COLORS of all hinds. 





Also, Dealer in WINDOW nnd PICTIJKE Gf>ASS, Variiishei*, Brushes, 
Japnii, KpiritM Turpentine, etc., etc. 

South Water St., cor. School, New Bedford, Mass. 
3E=»E:jEi.aFnr 3f». ar :e3 3?^ 3xr iej -y , 

MACHINIST and GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. 

Cutlery, &c., Sharpened and Ground, Including Tools of all kinds. 

Scissors, Axes, Butcher Knives, Carving Knives, Skates, &c. 

SAWS FILED AND SET. 

Jjmvn Moirers nnd 

Scythes Sharpened, 

FuBNiTURK Repaired. 

COOVERING done in 
the .Xeatest Manner. 

40 Kempton Street, 

mS.W BEDFORD. 





ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



ffOUSE, Stfip j{ita SiqiH pi{ltlTES{, 

9 

Dealer in Paints, Oils, Turpentine, Varnithes, Window Glass, etc. 

Of all kinds, promptly executed to order. Patronage respectfully solicited. 

Foot of Middle Street, . . NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

WILLIAM H. CASWELL, 

And Dealer ia 



Paints, OilM, VariiiMheM, Turpentine, 

Window OlasA, Verdigri*, topper 

Paints, Japan, Coloa-s, etc. 

21 Union St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Orders respectfully solicited, and promptly 
executed. 






DRIED SKINS A SPECIALTY. 

ORDERS BY MAIIi or EXPRESS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

House cor. Rivet and Soutd A coslinet Avenoe, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



Sign Painter, 

And Dealer in 

JPnitita Oilx Varnishe/t , 

Window Glass, Putty, 

<fec. A-lsOffaper Hany- 

ing (lone to order. 

431 Acnahnet Avenue, 

NEW BEDFORD. MASS. 




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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 






5 

0pp. Mechanics Hall, 

NO. 114 WILLM STREET. 



Residence, No. 46 North Second St., New Bedford, Mass. 

UNION BOOT ANdTsHOE CO., 



-Kelailers of- 



OF XIVERIT DESCRIPTION. 

Nos. Ill and 113 William Street. 



NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



JACOB HOWARD &; BKO., 



-DEALERS IN- 




AND RUBBERS. 

—ALSO,— 

IMPOETED LINENS, 

2ti9 and S93 

Purchase Street, 

Corner Maxfield, 




Manufacturer and Dealer in 



Sporting and Fishing Apparatus , 

10 William, formerly 36 Fo. Water St., 

NEW BEDFORD, JIASS. 

Guns restocked, and all kinds of Instruments made and repaired at short notice. Also, 

AGENT FOR HAZARD'S POWDER. 

Powder of all grades of tliis manufacture, for Lances, Sporting, Blasting, and Shipping, 
for salp, wholesale and retail, at the agency. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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New Bedford and New York 

STKAMSHIP COMPAI^Y. 



Boats leave NEW BEDFORD from Commercial Wharf, and NEW 
ITOKK from Pier 39, Eaat River, 

Lsave New York and New Bedford every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 

at 2.00 P. M. 

OTIS SEABUBT, Pres. and Treas. W. ff. P. SSOWNELL, AgenU 

L. W. FROST, Clerk. 




CENTRAL HOUSE, 

82 William Street. 

Mrs. C. H. WOOD, Proprietor. 




NOVELTY MARKET, 128 purchase street. 



Chas. H. Wood, Prop. 



STURTEVANT & SHERMAN, 

Carpenters & Builders, 




-AND DEALERS IN- 



©@©BS, S^SHl 




BLINDS, &c., 

132 NOKTH WATER STREET, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



JAMES L. SHERMAN & CO. 



• DEALERS IN- 



EASTERN SPRUCE LUMBER 



Office, No. 132 North ^\^ater Street, 
NEW BEDFORD J MASS. 



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ADYEETISING DEPARTMENT. 




LEE & STAPLES, 

Horse Shoers 

Carriage 

— AND— 
GENEMAIj JOBBING. 

683 Purchase Street, corner Linden, NEW BEDFOED, MASS. 

Also, Manufacturer of 

TENTS, AWNINGS, Etc. 

122 North Second St., NEW BEDFORD. 

Orders respectfully solicited and 
promptly attended to> 

GREENE ^ WOOD, 

Dealers in EASTEMN and WESTERN 




ALSO 

Southern Pine Heading, Timber and Ship Plank. 

LUMBER YARD AND PLANING MILLS, LEONARD'S WHARF, 
NETV BEBFORD. 

JOHN A. WOOD & CO, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Also, "Wholesale Dealers in 

jl:ples,tophtatoe3 

AND OTHER PRODUCE. 

WILI^IAHI H. COOK & CO., Salt Flsh and Provisions. Sweet Potatoes 

Dealers in all kindB of f>cLX90x- Stools., » SpCClaity. 

Old Iron. Brass, Copper, Lead, Pewter, Whales' _ ^-v . -r-r ,~, 

Teeth. Walrus" Tusks, &c. Also, OLD SRIPS T\0 34- TTmOTl St"PftGT,. 

BOUGHT AND SOLD. Nob. 9 and 16 North -^^ »-'• '-'^ l^ l±J.«_»±i. ^LIC!C3U, 

Front Street, New Bedford. Orders solicited, and NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 
satisfaction guaranteed. 

WM. H. COOK. James MACKIE. JOHN A. WOOD. WM. H. WOOD. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. o9 

DENNISON MANUFACTURINt; CO., 

SCCCESSORS TO 

DENNISON & CO, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




STATIO EBS' SPECJ ALTIES. 

DENNISON'S TOUKISTS' TAGS FOR TEAVELERS. 



Stratton's «uninie<l Isabels, and Oiiiuuied Paper of all colors; liegal 
au<l Notarial iiiealH ; JFoliliiig ami Fancy Tickets; ITlcntzel's Pat- 
ent SiiNpensioai Kiug!<; The .«tar Copying Padii, DenniMon's 
Ouiue l!ouuiers; ^Vedding Cake Boxes ; Visiting 
aui Piayiug Cant Cases, Ktc., £ic. 

DENNISON'S TARGETS FOR RIF LE PRACTICE. 

Phillips' Ilook and Claisp Tags; Kimball's .lielf-Fastening Tickets; 

Postal JKuvelopes; ITIcCJill's Paper Fasteners at manufacturer's 

discounts; Dickinson's £Sul>ber Bands, £tc. 

SEALING WAX i\,IAKERS. 
TISSUE PAPERS: 

Proprietors "Globe" and Centennial Prize " Excelsior," and Importers of 

English Grass Bleached and Colored Tissue Papers, 

from the celebrated 39 Mill. 



ProBrielors of 'SILVER WHITE," Best Article for Polisliini Silver! 

Ana Miller's "JEWELRY CLEANING CASKET" and "SILVER WfllTE CASKET." 

J-EVT'EUERS' BONCES, 
Jc^velcrs' Cards, Pink and 'White Cotton, Fine Tivines, etc., etc. 

DRUGGISTS' BOXES, 

Apothecaries' Powder and Counter Papers: Dennison's Shaving Papers. 
For Dental and Surgical Purposes. 



ALL OF OUR HOODS ARE FOR SALE BT DEALERS EVERYWHERE, 

A^ND BY 

Dcnnison Kinfg. Co., 

19 Milk Street, Boston, 102 Madison Street, Chicago, 

198 Broadway, New York, 143 Walnut St., Cincinnati, 

630 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, 409 Washi»gton At., St. Louis. 



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ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. 



Boston, Mass , and McKeesport, Penn. 

Manufacturers of 

BEST LAP-WELDED 



(1 Inch to 16 Inches Diameter), 

Steam and Gfas Pipes Artesian and Oil Well Tubingr* Casing, 

(1-4 Inch to 16 Inches DUtmeter.) 

'MACK'S" PATENT INJECTOR FOR FEEDING BOILERS. 




NOT AFFECTED BY RUST OR ACIDS. 
1^ SEJVD FOR TESTIMOJYIALS. 

10. 8 PExMBEETON SQUAKE, . 




AT GREAT BARGAINS. 



Have Removed to the Larffe and Elegant Warevooms, 

No. 592 WASHINGTOiJ ST., NEAR GLOBE THEATRE. 

The remarkable beauty and purity of 
sound that modern skill has succeeded 
in producing, are nowherfl better ex- 
emplified than in the instruments that 
crowd our warerooms. All the quali- 
ties that jsive superiority, strength of 
tone, sonorousnfss, ability to stand in 
tune, and ease and flexibility of action, 
are found there in perfection. Theie 
Pimos have long been famous, also, for 
thorough workmanship, and the dura- 
bility that charncterizes them. After 

years (t service, the full, mellow tone 

so dtlighttul and satisfying to the ear, is as perfect as al lirsf, and in every detail c-ire 
and nicety in labor are.evident. 

At the recent Worcester County Exhibition thev were awarded the highest premium. 
The same was thip case at the last great Kxhibition and Fair of the Massachusetts Chari- 
tab'e Association, held in Boston, of which th^ late Jonas Chickering was the president, 
and his pianos took the second prize. Ttiey will stand in tune longer than any other pi- 
ano manufactured, as we make a spetiiaity of tliat point. 

Pianos sold on installments. Old Pianos taUen in exehanae for New. 

Pianos to let. Pedal Pianos. Timing and Itepwiiing done in the 

best manner. I>0.\'T FORGE I THE NUMIiER, 

Woodward & Brown. 




592 Washington Street. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Formerly A. Wilbur & Co. Established 1821. New England Emporium for 

ROOFING SLATES 

Merrill's Celebrated Unfading Brownvllle Maine Slate. Purple and Black Welch. 
Monson, Bangor, and Siar Perina., Black Diam< nd, Purple, Green and Red Slates. By 
cargo or square. Special rates by carloads from quarries. Slate Dressing and Punohing 
Machine. Rooting Tin, Zinc, Solder, Sl&ting Tools and Nails, Elastic Cement, Rosin 
Sized Tarred and Dry Fp1-s. 

Slate Wharves, 529 Commercial St. (Near Old Cliarlestown Bridge.) Boston. 
J. S1^0K,Y. S- A. T^^IIjBXJR. 

Messrs. S. & W. have the entire product of ray quarries, for twenty-flye years known aa " Brownville " 
or '■ Bangor Maine Slate," the standard slate of New England; awarded a Silver Medal hy the Mass. Char- 
itable Mechanic Association; and the " Centennial Medal" ttve Highest AivarUs to Roofing Slate. As my 
quarries are the only ones making this peculiar quality, architects, builders, and others, by specifying 
" Merrill's No. 1, Brownville, Me. S'' " .... . =„.i !_^._:-_i.:_ j. 



, Slate," may protect themselves against inferior kinds. 
ADAiTlS H. ITIJEKKIL.!^, BrowiiFiIIe, 



me. 



DEWSON, WILLIAMS & CO., 

JTIauufactiireri!) of 

CALF SKINS, SPLITS, 



TANNERY, NEW BEDFORD. 
43, 45, and 47 South Street, . . . BOSTON. 



Practical Lithographers f Printers, 

No. 4 State Street, Boston. 

Color Show Card.s, Views of Factories, Machinery, Illustra- 
tions for Books and Catalog-ues, Portraits, Tickets, 

Labels, plain and in colors; Maps, Plans, Bonds, Certificates of Stock, Diplo- 
mas, Billheads, Checks, Notes, Drafts, Business Cards, Lt^tter Headings, 
Autographic Letters, etc., executed in the Best Style, at Short Notice, and 
Moderate Terms. 

PHOTO-LITHOaRAPHY A SPECIALTY. 




Seines, Weirs, and Netting, 

Of evpry description, constantly on hand, or 

made to order in the bp>t manner, at 

short notice, and for sale at 

ALSO, 

TWINE and FITTINGS 

Of all kinds, by 

H. & G. W. LORD, 

111 Commrrrinl Street, . . BOSTOIV. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



" Whatever is worth doing is worth doing WELL." 

• ♦ 

A. H. SPISMGESR^ 

SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, 

And Expert in Patent Causes. 

28 State Street, room 19, BOSTON. 

All branches of Patent Busine'^s attended to. I dVE mV PERSONAIi 
ATTUN TIOIV TO EAt'H CASE. 

MSMRIT M. STOME, 

Constriicter and Manufacturer of 

Pumps and Ship • Fittings, 



Edson's Power anrl Common Capstans, 
Edson's Patent Boom Buffer, 
Edson"s Patent Tube Well Strainers, 
Ed^on'3 Adjustable Rudder Holder. 



No. 132 Commercial St, BOSTON. 




Edbon's Patent Ships' Main Pumps and Fountain Engines, with 
Bia«s or Copper Cylinders, and Air and Vacuum Chambers; Ed- 
son's House, Mine, Steamboat, and Factory Force and Lift 
Pump«, Edson's Patent Windlass Power Beam, Chain Stoppers 
and Cham Buffers; Common and Cargo Winches; Hose, Lead, 
and Iron Pipe; Couplings, Hose 
Pipes, Robinson's Patent Steerers, 
&c. ; Edson's Oscillating Steerers, 
and Edson's Patent Street Sweeper; 
Edson's Patent Rudder Holder, 
Edson's Fountain Force Pump, 
Wood and Iron Steering Wheels; 
Rubber Hose, Hose Pipe, and Brass 
Couplings. 

BRASS FOUNDRY AND FINISHING SHOP. 

iUACHINX: AND BliACKIiiniTII SIIOP. 

REPAIRING Done at Short Notice. 



A. J. WILKI 



& CO., 



184 and 188 

Washington 

Street. 

23 and 25 

DevoD shire 

Street. 




Between 



State Street 

AND 

Dock Square, 

BOSTON. 
Hardware, Tools, Machinists' and Manufacturers' Supplies. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



43 



EUREKA SALVE! 

PURELY VEGETABLE. 



This remarkable cleansing and healing agent having been usfed by the dis- 
coverer and his family, employes, friends, and neighbors for many years, in 
numberless cases, with the most satisfactory results, we feel the utmost confi- 
dence in offering it to the public, (which we do by the earnest solicitations of 
those who have used it), for the immediate Relief and Permanent Cure 
of Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Cuts, CATARRH, Felons, Corns, Frozen 
Hands and Feet, Chilblains, Old Sores, Sore Throats, Diphtheria, 
Pneumonia, Scarlet Fever, Piles, Bad Colds in the Head, Ehett- 
MATic AND Neuralgic Pains; also. Pains in the Back, Side, and 
Breast, Numbness of Limbs, Cold. Feet, Chapped Hands, Sorb Etes, 
Varicose Veins, Sore Lips, Hay Fever, Bowel Complaint, Dvspep- 
siA, AND Ulcers. It produces circulation, and prevents and removes in- 
flammation, and stagnation of fluids, and maturation in sores, which is the 
cause of pain and soreness; and also prevents mortification from setting in, 
if applied in season, used freely, and renewed often. 

S^^ See Directions for use with Box. 



REFERENCES BIT PERITIISSIOIV. 



BOSTON. 

Mrs.T. K. Homer, 659 Tremont street. 

Mrs. A. J. Abbott. 69 Myrtle street. 

B.K. Swift, 75 Dover street. 

C. Seabury, 95 C >urt street. 

Mrs. Cash, Havre, E. B. 

Mrs. Jo^lyn, 684 TrPtnont street. 

G. H. Floyd, 257 Washicgton. 

Mrs. (-atimer, 12 Mi! ford street. 

Mrs. Purington, 44 Clarendon street. ■ 

Mrs. Burnham, 104 Dartmouth street. 

Mrs. Parker, 41 Warren avenue. 

Mr. Graves, 13 Edinboro street. 

Mrs C. Noyes, 105 Warren avenue. 

Mrs. Curley, 33 Woodward St., So. Boston. 

Mary Bwing, 28 Jenkins street. " " 

Robert Barham, 289 E street. " " 

Mrs. S. C. Hobart, 401 4th st., " " 

Wm. H. Covelv, 212 W. 7th st. " 

Mrs. Burns, 135 K street, ' " 

Mrs. Wentworth, 18 Oakland, Brighton. 

SOMERVILLE. 

Mrs. Ingalls, cor. School and Berkeley sts. 

Mr. Locke, 51 Springfield street. 

Mrs. Caleb Page, Webster av., Union sq. 

B. P. White, postmaster, College Hill. 
Mrs. Orcutt, 3 Clark st. 

Mrs. E. Emery, 10 Prescott. 

C. T. Benson, 14 Wallis st. 

M. B. Harring on, 1 Bolton st. 
Mrs. Wm. Mathews, 1 Wyatt st. 



CAMBRIDGE. 

Mrs. W. H. Hidden, 259 Harvard street. 

E. H. George, 375 Cambridge street. 

Mrs. C. P. Smith, 5 Williams street. 

Mrs. I. Stevens. 220 Harvard street. 

H. S. Andros, drugs, 641 Main street. 

Cbarles Stephens, 13 Cottage street. 

]\1rs. Britton, 89 Spring st., E. Cambridge. 

Mrs. Melville, 1 Sixth street. 

W. S. Metcalf, 164 Mt. Auburn st. 

Mrs. C. K. Metcalf, 154 Mt. Auburn st. 

Mrs. Woodward, 5 Sixth street. 

Mrs. R. R. Hudson, 82 Inman street. 

Mr. Dolloff, 143 Otis street. 

Mrs. J. L. Smith, 5 Limson place. 

CHAELESTOWN. 

J. Armstrong, 58 Harvard street. 

Mrs. C. T. Kelley, 421 Main st. 

Mrs. Orne, 10 Irving place. 

Mrs. C. B. Goo 'rich, 104 Bunker Hill st. 

Mrs. Randall, 78 Baldwin street. 

Mr. Greenough, 13 Baldvpin street. 

W. M. Butterfield, 151 Bunker Hill st. 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Geo. A. Fitch, R. R. oflBce. 

NEW YOKE. 

D. S. Thomas, the celebrated Aeronaut. 

8ATBROOK, ILLINOIS. 

Oliver C. Sabin, Attorney at Law. 



Orilers filled at wholesale and retail, at 247 Washington Street, Boston, room 
2, by S. G. BRETT. Also, at 22 School Street, Boston, room 7, by GUEEN- 
OUGH & CO. 

ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT. 



I»IilCJE 35 Cts., 50 Cts., and. Sl.OO I»I:R BOX. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



CRAWFORD HOUSE, 

ON THE EXJKOI»E^]V PI^^N, 

Cor. Court and Brattle Sts., BOSTON. 

OFFICE, 83 COURT STREET, 

Ladies' Entrance, 81, 

In direct communication by Elevator, is kept 
open until midnight. 

L.ADIES' and GENTS' 

FASHIONABLE IMM ROOMS 

In connection with the House. 

ENTRANCE, 9, 11 & 13 BRATTLE ST. 

Open until 1 o'clock A.m. 

^^ Sample Rooms, Dining or Supper Rooms 
•■^ ' , for the necommodation of Private Parties 
^&' upon application at the Motel Office, 

Octagon Portable Range. 

THE LATEST AND BEST. 




In appearance and operation, 
the OCTAGON is offered to the 
public as being unsurpassed by 
any Range now in the market. It 
possesses all the modern improve- 
ments, and is warranted to give 
-perfect satisfaction in every case. 

manufactured by the 




SALESROOMIS, 

87 and 89 Blackstone Street, Boston. 

Manufacture Furnaces, Portable Ranges, Cooking Stoves, Round and Oval 
Parlor Stoves and Airtiglits, large Portable Ovens and Patent Camp Stoves, 
Hollow Ware Cauldrons, Boiler and Ash Doors. 

WORKS AT TAUNTON, MASS. 



Philip L. Moen, 

President and Treasurer. 




Chas. F. Washburn, 
Vice President and Sec. 



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WORCESTER, MASS., 



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Manufacturers of 



IRON and STEEL WIRE 

OF EVERY BESCRIPTIOIV. 

WIRE RODS of all grades; ROUND IRON, Rivet quality, 3-16 in. 
to 1-2 in. Plain and Patent Galvanized Telegraph Wire. 

MarJiet atid Stone Wire, A.iinealed Fence and Grape Wire, in lontf lengths. Coppered 
Pail Kail Wire, Rope Uridr/e, Bolt, Scretv. Rivet, Buckle, and Chain Wire ; Wire for 
the Ulanutncture of Card. Clotliing, Heddles, Reeds, etc. Piano- String Covering 
Wire, Tinned, Broom Wire, and Tin Plated Wire of all sizes. A specialty is 
made of Clock Machinery, 6un Scretv, and Spiral Spring Wire, and Refin- 
ed Wire to patterti for pnrficulnr ptirposes, from, selected statnps of 
Nortvay Iron. Any grade of Wire furnished. Annealed, Bright, 
Polished, Coppered, Galvanised, or Tin-plated. Wire furnish- 
ed, straightened and cut to any length. Patent steel Barb 
Fencing, Barb Fence Armor, and Steel Bale Ties. 



Supefior iSleel Cofsel Wire, Sleel Cfinoline Wife, Pateat Lioen Fioisti, 

UNRIVALED STEEL MUSIC WIRE. 
STEEL WIRE for SPRHSTGS, NEEDLES, and DRILLS. 



Patent Steel Barb F'eneing. 




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A Steel Thorn Hedge. No otber Fencing so cheap, or put up 
so easily or quickly. Never rusts, stains, decays, shrinks, nor 
warps. Unaffected by fire, wind or flood. A complete harrier to 
the most unruly stock. Impassable by man or beast. 



■ Twelve Thousand Tons Sold and put up during the 
Last Year. For sale at the leading hardware stores, with 
Stretchers and Staples. Send for Illustrated Pamphlet. 



REVERE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Office, No. 48 Congress Street, BOSTON. 

Insures Building's, Houses, and Furniture, for one, three, 

or five years , also, other classes of property at fair rates. 

JOHN W. BELCHES, Sec. JOSEPH H. WEJ:L3IA.N, Pres. 

DIUECTOItS—'SAt'h&.n Crowell, C. J. Whitmore, Alfred T. Turner, S. T. Snow, 
M. F. Dickinson, jr., Geo. E. Hatch, Henry P. Stanwood, Benj.P. Cheney, Ezra H. Baker, 
Stillman B. Allen, Geo. Thacher, Jacob H, Loud, J, Henry Sears, John R. Bullard, Jos. 
H. Wellman. 

THOS. M. JAMES, Agent, 40 North Water Street, New Bedford. 



E. J, BAKER, Pres. P. 0. Nepoiiset, Mass. W. P. TEMPIE, Sec. 

M\kt\ iutual Fire Insurance Company, Boston. 

ST^TEMIBNX A-FRIJli 1, 1879. 

Aiuouut Inisiired Xty 6,699 Outstanding Policies, $10,764, 84».00 

Cash Assets, 177,937.53 

Amount of Deposit Notes availably to pay losses, 35l,56'<2.41 

Casii Surplus, 87,347.93 

Available Surplus over amt. required to re-insure all our risks, 338,810.33 

The Company continues to insure the safer class of prop?rty at current rates, and to pay 
Keturii Pnuniunis on terminated policies at 40 per cent on flve-year policief, 25 per cent 
on three years, and 15 per cent on one-year policies. 

H. VAN OAMPEN, Agt., 17 No. Water St., New Bedford. 




Casli Fiiiul, Nov. 1, 1879, $860,000, 

Surplus over Re-insurance, over . . . $160,000. 

50 per cent Dividend note paid, on every ,5 years Policy. 
30 per cent on 3 years, and 20 per cent on all others. 

ISRAEL W. MUNROE, Pres., CHAS. A. HOWLAND, Sec'y. 

H. VAN OAMPEN, Agt., 17 No. Water St., New Bedford. 

DWELLIfig ffOUSE IftSUffJiflCE CO, 

OF BosTonsr. 

0,25k.I=»IT.A.Xj, .... $300,000. 

(ALL PAID IN AND INVESTED.) 

Ofllce, QO Htate Street, . . . BOSTON. 

This Goipny Insures ONLY Dwelling House Property & Household Furniture. 



HENRY P. PERKINS, Secretary. 



ARTHUR WM. HOBART, Ppesldent. 



DIRECTORS. 

George C. Richardson, Avery Plumer, Alexander Strong, Otis Norcross, James H. Beal, 

N. J. Bradlee, James L. Little, Henry P. Kidder, Walter Hastings, A. S. Wheeler. 

John D. W. Joy, Augustus Flagg, Charles Merriam, Arthur Wm. Hobart. 

SAIVIUEL H. COOK, Agent, 37 No. Water Street, New Bedford, 



ii ntii 

28 State Street, Merchants Bank Building, BOSTON^ 
ASSETS, . . $450,000. 

Insurance of Dwellings and Household Furniture only, 

AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE OR LIGHTNING. 

CASH DIVIDENDS TO POLICY-HOLDERS. 

CHAS. B. CUMINGS, President. JOHN M. CORBETT, Secretary. 

I. S. CORNISH, Agent, 41 William Street, NEW BEDFORD. 



CIMBBE MIHp lUm CO. 

I3>a"C30:E«.I=»OH-A.T:ESX> 1033. 



Home Office, No 555 Main St., CAMBRIDGfEPORT, MASS. 

Insures Dwelling Houses and their Contents, in Massachusetts. 

so per cent Heturii Dividend on five year Policies at expiration, 

STA.TEM:e:T^T. Jan. 1, 1880. 
Amount at Risk, $3,000,000.00 

Cash and Securities, $105,350.00 

Deposit Notes iu Force, 117,450.00 

Total, $a33,roo.oo 

Liiabilities (Re-insurance Fund), 37,450.00 

JOSIAH W. COOK, President. ALFBED L. BARBOUR, Secretary. 



MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., 

I]VCORI>OIlA.m:i> 1846. 

No. 42 Congress Street, Boston. 



Amount at Risk Jan. 1, 1879, $21,196,399. 

< ^ fc ifc » 

.ASSETS, 
Cash and Securities, . . . -^339.570.55 
Deposit Notes in Force, . . 37 8,879.90 

Total Available Assets, . . ^618,450.45 

Liabilities, Re-Insurance Fund Reserved, $153,530.04. 

Are now paying 70 per cent Dividend on 7 year Policies, 50 per cent on 5 year and 40 per 
cent on all others at expiration. 

J. W. PEABODY, Sec. and Treas. H. 0. BIGELOW, Pres. 

I. S. CORNISH, Agent, 41 William St., New Bedford. 




Office, 49 State Street, BOSTON. 
MARINE RISKS ONLY. 



C O. Whitmoref 
Nathan Crowell, 
C. jr. Morrill, 
Andrew Nickerson, 
A. . a. Hardy, 



Edward Whitney, 
Ralph Warner, 
G. Q. Myder, 
Joshua Sdker, 
J, H, Dane, 



N. H, Emmons, jr., 
Wm. S. Forbes, 
E. S. Dane, 
Wm. T. Bramhall, 
Freeman Hinekley. 



JOHN H. DANE, President. 
W. L. CAVERLY, Secretary. 



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[mtial liimrmii'i© it^^ 

62 STATE STREET. BOSTON. 

This Company, with a Permanent Fund of $350,000, continues to write 



tmAmzmm »m4. wxmm ftssKS 

Dwelling Houses and Furniture insured for one to five years. 



Geo. C. Itord, 
tTohn S. Farlow, 
Osborn Hotves, 
J". W. Seaver, 
Alfred A. Nickerson, 
B.enry Gardner, 



E. B. Baker, 
Pliny Nickerson, 
Hartley Xiord, 
Daniel S. Emery, 
Henry Hastings, 
Alden Speare, 
Charles CarrtUh, 



Alpheus H. Hardy, 
R. W. JLord, 
Isaac T. Burr, 
W. B. Sewall, 
Francis F. Emery, 
Edward Sands, 



GEORGE C. LORD, President. 
A. PRESSON, Secretary. 



NQPTUNS 

Fire and Marine Insurance Go. 

No. 64 Slate St., Boston, Mass. 
CAPITAL, - - $300,000. 

This Company, with a paid up Cash Capital of $300,000. is now prepared to 

insure against 

FIRE AND MARINE RISKS, 



DIRECTORS. 

George F. Osborne, Isaac Thacher, Wrn, Endicott, Jr., 

Caleb A.. Curtis, Chas. Homer, Caleb Wm. Ijoring, 

A.aron Bobart, Jr., Edtvard Page, George A. Meyer. 

Charles J. Morrill, 

GEORGE F. OSBORNE, President. 
EUGENE B. HINKLEY, Secretary. 



MAl^UFAGTURSRS^ 

Fire &. Marine Insurance Co.^ 

ISTo. 09 State Street, Boston. 
THIS COMPANY WITH A PAID-UP CASH CAPITAL OF 



IS NOTV^ FREPA-RED TO UsTSURE 

FIRE AND MARINE RISKS, 

AT CURRENT RATES. 

DWELLINGS and FURNITURE INSURED 

For One, Three, and Fire Veara, 

SAMUEL GOULD, President. 

JAMES J. GOODRICH, Secretary. 



FIRE INSURANCE. 

TILLINGHAST & ALDEN. 



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'o tJie Late 




1 JOSEPH S. TILLINGHAST. 



Agency Established in 1830. 



Office, 44 No. Water Street, 

IVEW BKDFORD. 

Joseph Tillinghast. Geo. N. Alden. 



rHE FOLLOWING TIRST-CLASS COMPANIES REPRESENTED: 



Guardian Assurance Company, 
North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., 
Queen Insurance Company, .... 
Scottish Commercial Insurance Company, 
Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Company, 
-^tna Insurance Company, .... 
Home Insurance Company, 
Insurance Company of North America, 
Hartford Fire Insurance Company, 
Continental Insurance Company, 
German American Fire Insurance Company, 
Hanover Fire Insurance Company, 
Springiield Fire and Marine Insurance Co., 
Connecticut Fire Insurance Company, 
Niagara Fire Insurance Company, 
National Fire Insurance Company, of 
Williamsburg City Fire Insurance Company, 
Westchester Fire Insurance Company, 
Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, 
Hoffman Fire Insurance Company, 
Meriden Fire Insurance Company, 
Equitable Fire and Marine Insurance Co. 
Shawmut Insurance Company, 
Merchants Insurance Company, 
Star Fire Insurance Company, 



London. 

England. 

Liverpool. 

Glasgow. 

Germany. 

Hartford. 

New York. 

Philadelphia. 

Hartford. 

. New York. 

New York. 

. New York. 

Springfield. 

Hartford. 

. New Y^ork. 

Hartford. 

New York. 

New York. 

San Francisco. 

New York. 

Meriden, Ct. 

Providence. 

Boston. 

Providence. 

New York. 



INSURANCE effected to any amount in the above, and 
other Reliable Companies. 

LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAID. 



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WM. H. TAYLOR, THOMAS COOK, 

SETH K. AIKEN, CHARLES L. WOOD, 

BENJ. T. RICKETSON, JOS. W. CORNELL, 

JONATHAN BOURNE. 

WM. H. TAYLOR, President. 

GEO. N. ALDENj Secretary and Treasurer. 



tjlAAILIIlTTAM 03E1."X'ST-A.i:i' ) ^anuni. b^r C. a. TOEii.lNiw Bedford. Masi, 

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INSURANCE! 

MARINE, FIRE, AND LIFE. 

Safest and Largest Companies in the World. 

FAVORABLE TEEMS & LOW RATES. 

yWRElE GRINILL & SON, 

Office, North Water St., over Mechanics National Bank. 




Particular attention given to 



riRE INSUEANCE. 



TILiLiinrGHAST & AJmU^SN 



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No. 44 North Wator Street, 

CAPITAL REPRESESTED % 

Ow|60,0(IO,000 

(Seeadvt, opp. inside back cover). 




Mannfacturer and Dealer in 



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FINE CARRIAGES, HEARSES, 

SLEIGHS, HARNESSES, ROBES, &c. 

A Specialty made in ttae I 

MANUFACTURING of HEARSESj 

At his Manufactory and depository, j 

Cor. Acushnet Av, and Cannon Streets, 
GILES G. BARKER, Supt. 




T. M. JAMES' '^' 
INSURANCE AGENCY. 



Fire, Life, f Accident. 

0001> COM3PA.1VIES 

^— AND— 

AT MY OiVN ItJlTES, 

No. 40 North Water Street, NEW BEBFORD* 




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